Patrick Ledwidge headshot

Assistant Professor
Ph.D, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Patrick Ledwidge

Patrick Ledwidge headshotAssistant Professor

Ph.D, M.A., University of Nebraska-Lincoln
B.A., DePauw University

Dr. Patrick Ledwidge is assistant professor of psychology. He received a Bachelor of Arts from DePauw University and completed a Master of Arts and doctorate at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. As a cognitive neuroscientist, his research focuses on using electroencephalography (EEG) to study neural mechanisms involved in cognition, language and communication. Recently, he has also studied how sports-related concussion and traumatic brain injury influence neurocognitive processing. Other research areas include the influence of anxiety and emotion regulation on communication abilities. Ledwidge teaches courses in cognitive neuroscience, physiological psychology and statistics.

Cognition, Brain, & Language Lab

Ledwidge is director of the Cognition, Brain, & Language Lab at Baldwin Wallace, which prepares undergraduate research assistants for future careers in science, medicine, research and clinical practice.