Eddie Wlotko, Ph.D. (2012-2016)
Eddie's research probes the cognitive and neural mechanisms that support creating meaning from everyday language. His work focuses on understanding how and when the brain uses context predictively. A long standing interest is uncovering how the two cerebral hemispheres each contribute to normal language processing. He studies how hemispheric contributions to language processing may differ across individuals, or may dynamically change within an individual in response to the current situational environment. During his time in the NeuroCognition Lab, he worked on ERP and multimodal studies examining predictive comprehension at multiple levels of language representation. He then went on to accept a position at the Moss Rehab Center.