Edward W. Wlotko
Edward W. Wlotko
Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute
Verified email at tufts.edu
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Multiple effects of sentential constraint on word processing
KD Federmeier, EW Wlotko, E De Ochoa-Dewald, M Kutas
Brain research 1146, 75-84, 2007
3872007
Word learning and individual differences in word learning reflected in event-related potentials.
CA Perfetti, EW Wlotko, LA Hart
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 31 (6), 1281, 2005
1912005
Finding the right word: Hemispheric asymmetries in the use of sentence context information
EW Wlotko, KD Federmeier
Neuropsychologia 45 (13), 3001-3014, 2007
1382007
So that's what you meant! Event-related potentials reveal multiple aspects of context use during construction of message-level meaning
EW Wlotko, KD Federmeier
NeuroImage 62 (1), 356-366, 2012
1282012
To predict or not to predict: age-related differences in the use of sentential context.
EW Wlotko, KD Federmeier, M Kutas
Psychology and aging 27 (4), 975, 2012
862012
What's ‘Right’in Language Comprehension: Event‐Related Potentials Reveal Right Hemisphere Language Capabilities
KD Federmeier, EW Wlotko, AM Meyer
Language and linguistics compass 2 (1), 1-17, 2008
822008
Time for prediction? The effect of presentation rate on predictive sentence comprehension during word-by-word reading
EW Wlotko, KD Federmeier
Cortex 68, 20-32, 2015
792015
Language of the aging brain: Event‐related potential studies of comprehension in older adults
EW Wlotko, CL Lee, KD Federmeier
Language and linguistics compass 4 (8), 623-638, 2010
792010
Age‐related changes in the impact of contextual strength on multiple aspects of sentence comprehension
EW Wlotko, KD Federmeier
Psychophysiology 49 (6), 770-785, 2012
682012
Alpha and theta band dynamics related to sentential constraint and word expectancy
J Rommers, DS Dickson, JJS Norton, EW Wlotko, KD Federmeier
Language, cognition and neuroscience 32 (5), 576-589, 2017
552017
A tale of two positivities and the N400: Distinct neural signatures are evoked by confirmed and violated predictions at different levels of representation
GR Kuperberg, T Brothers, EW Wlotko
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 32 (1), 12-35, 2020
352020
Two sides of meaning: The scalp-recorded N400 reflects distinct contributions from the cerebral hemispheres
EW Wlotko, KD Federmeier
Frontiers in psychology 4, 181, 2013
332013
Neural evidence for the prediction of animacy features during language comprehension: Evidence from MEG and EEG Representational Similarity Analysis
L Wang, E Wlotko, E Alexander, L Schoot, M Kim, L Warnke, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 40 (16), 3278-3291, 2020
82020
Shifts in hemispheric contributions to language comprehension with age
EW Wlotko, KD Federmeier, M Kutas
Psychophysiology 46, S81-S81, 2009
32009
Age-related changes in the use of sentential context
EW Wlotko, KD Federmeier, M Kutas
Psychophysiology 45, S33-S33, 2008
22008
The Polarity of Prose: Predictive and Reinterpretive Strategies in Sentence Comprehension are Reflected in Positive-and Negative-Going Late Frontal ERP Effects
EW Wlotko
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 49, S17-S17, 2012
12012
It takes two: The event-related optical signal reveals distinct contributions from the cerebral hemispheres to language comprehension
EW Wlotko, KD Federmeier, M Fabiani, G Gratton
Psychophysiology 48, S99-S99, 2011
12011
I DIDN'T KNOW YOU WERE GOING TO SAY THAT: A LEFT-LATERALIZED NEGATIVE BRAIN POTENTIAL FOR SENTENCES OF MODERATELY STRONG CONSTRAINT
EW Wlotko, KD Federmeier
Psychophysiology 47, S36-S36, 2010
12010
INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN LINGUISTIC AND NONLINGUISTIC SKILLS MODULATE NEURAL PROCESSING OF WORDS IN CONTEXT
E Wlotko, G Kuperberg
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 53, S45-S45, 2016
2016
FRONTAL THETA AND DISCONFIRMED PREDICTIONS IN THE LANGUAGE DOMAIN
J Rommers, DS Dickson, JJS Norton, EW Wlotko, KD Federmeier
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 52, S93-S93, 2015
2015
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