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Bernardo de la Garza

Mr. Bernardo de la Garza

Mr. Bernardo de la Garza
Assistant Professor
Behavioral Sciences



Mr. de la Garza received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Texas at Brownsville in 2001 and continued to Kansas State University to complete his Master’s (received 2008) and Ph.D. (expected December 2011) in Psychology. Mr. de la Garza’s current research interest focus in the area of Psycholinguistics, specifically examining bilingual cognitive issues (e.g., Memory, Comprehension, Language Production and Language Perception) and strategies to improve foreign language learning.


Ph.D. from Kansas State University (Expected December 2011)
M.S. from Kansas State University
B.A. from The University of Texas at Brownsville

CV/VITAE: De La Garza Vitae

Classes Taught:

Research Methods in Psychology (Psyc. 3301)
Statistics in Psychology (Psyc. 2317)
Psychology of Language (Psyc. 4374)
Sensation and Perception (Psyc. 4322)

Joined UTB:


Area of Specialty and Responsibility:

Psycholinguistics, Bilingualism, Statistics and Research Methodology

Previous Experience:

Adjunct – University of Texas at Brownsville
Graduate Teaching Fellow – Kansas State University


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