About Me

I am a postdoctoral fellow in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department at Wayne State University in Detroit.

I completed my Ph.D. in Psychology in 2010 through the Cognitive, Developmental, and Social program at WSU.  My graduate advisor was Lee Wurm, and my graduate training was in psycholinguistics, with a minor in linguistics.   

My graduate work focussed on semantic effects in spoken-word recognition.  My current work focuses on the neuroscience of multitasking and language processing with Li Hsieh in her Speech-Language Neuroscience Lab.   

My wife, Lori Errico-Seaman, is a part-time writing instructor at WSU and a full-time mom to our two wonderful kids, Thomas and Tess.