Institute of Mental Research
Institute of Mental Research

Guadalupe Gonzalez

B.A., Bethel College

Cognitive Neuroscience Lab
Guadalupe Gonzalez



Racial Bias, Ethnic Bias, Cognitive Neuroscience, Attention, Memory


Lupita received her B.A. in Psychology and Business Administration with a Neuroscience certificate at Bethel College in Kansas.  As an undergraduate, she completed her senior thesis on behavioral and ERP differences in processing early- and late-acquired words under the mentorship of Dr. Dwight Krehbiel.  She is currently a third-year graduate student in the cognitive neuroscience area working in Dr. David Schnyer’s lab.  Her research investigates the neurocognitive aspects of racial and ethnic bias.  She focuses on how racial bias manifests itself in basic cognitive mechanisms such as attention and memory.  Lupita also uses neuroimaging methods, such as electroencephalography (EEG), to investigate how racial bias affects neural components.

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