Funding for Dwivedi Brain and Language Lab

External funding

2019- :Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Grant
Title: The role of individual differences in motivation and emotion in language comprehension
Principal Investigator: Veena Dwivedi; co-applicant: Louis Schmidt (McMaster University)
Amount: $186,232

2016- :Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Development Grant
Title: The role of emotion in language comprehension
Principal Investigator: Veena Dwivedi; co-applicant: Louis Schmidt (McMaster University)
Amount: $60,438

2016- : Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Partnership Grant
Title: Words in the World(Collaborator; Project Director: Gary Libben)
Amount: $2,499,832

2007-2010: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Standard Research Grant
Title: Locating logical semantics in the temporal dynamics of language comprehension
(Co-applicant with Principal Investigator Karsten Steinhauer and John Drury; McGill University)
Amount: $124,288

2008: Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation
Title: Determining How the Brain Processes Language
Principal Investigator: Veena Dwivedi
Amount: $83,875

2007: Canada Foundation for Innovation Leaders Opportunity Fund
Title: A neurophysiological investigation of language processing
Principal Investigator: Veena Dwivedi
Amount: $83,884

2006-2009: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Standard Research Grant
Title: An electrophysiological investigation of processing quantifier ambiguity in discourse.
(Co-applicant with Principal Investigator Natalie Phillips and Shari Baum; Concordia & McGill ).
Amount: $145,627

Brock internal funding

April 2018: Match of Minds – Research Assistant Funding
Amount: $5,000

April 2017: Match of Minds – Research Assistant Funding
Amount: $5,000

May 2016: Council for Research in the Social Sciences (CRISS)
Title: An ERP investigation of language processing
Amount: $3,000

February 2016: Council for Research in the Social Sciences (CRISS)
Title: Strategies used in language comprehension
Amount: $2,000

August 2015: Office of Vice President Research Funding support for SSHRC 4A
Amount: $2,500

May 2015: Council for Research in the Social Sciences (CRISS)
Title: Strategies used in language comprehension
Amount: $2,000

April 2015:  Brock SSHRC Institutional Grant (BSIG)
Title: Individual differences in sentence processing.
Amount: $4,000

April 2015: Match of Minds – Research Assistant Funding
Amount: $4,500

November 2014: Council for Research in the Social Sciences (CRISS)
Title: Investigating brain wave responses to sentence processing.
Amount: $3,000

January 2014:  Brock SSHRC Institutional Grant (BSIG)
Title: The role of attention in language comprehension: understanding heuristic vs. algorithmic processes.
Amount: $4,000

October 2013: Brock University Open Access Publishing Grant
Amount: $1,200

June 2013: Humanities Research Institute research award
Title: The cerebral lateralization of language processing
Amount: $2,400

March 2012-2017: Dean’s Travel Award
Amount: $650

Canada Foundation for Innovation, Brain and Language Lab
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Brain and Language Lab
Brock University, Brain and Language Lab
NSERC CRSNG
Ontario Trillium Foundation, Brain and Language Lab