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Matt Traxler is a psycholinguist whose research focuses on syntactic processing, eye-movements and reading, and individual differences. He uses eye-tracking and ERPs to investigate language processing and comprehension in healthy adults, deaf adults, and patients with schizophrenia. He lives at his house with his wife, Michelle, a cat named Nedward, and a dog named Gunnar Blau.