Agreement And Illusion Of Disagreement An Erp Study On Basque

Kaan, E. (2002). Study of the effects of distance and number interference in the treatment of subject-verb dependencies: an ERP study. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 31, 165-193 doi: 10.1023/A:1014978917769 Mancini, S., Molinaro, N., Rizzi, L., and Carreiras, M. (2011b). If people disagree: an ERP study from Unagreement in Spanish. Psychophysiology 48, 1361-1371. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8986.2011.01212.x Zawiszewski, A., Santesteban, M., and Laka, I. (2016). Phi-Features reloaded: an event-related potential study on the processing of person and number agreements. Appl.

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A., and Carreiras, M. (2011a). Grammatical treatment of the agreement in reading: the results of the ERP and future directions. Cortex 47, 908-930 doi: 10.1016/j.cortex.2011.02.019 Other researchers have argued that the LAN is reminiscent of N400 (e.g.B. Service et al., 2007; Guajardo and Wicha, 2014; Tanner and van Hell, 2014; but see Molinaro et al., 2015), a component related to lexikalisic retrieval and semantic integration (see Lau et al., 2008 for reconsideration). However, recent work by Caffarra et al. (2019) suggests that the LAN can characterize an agreement independently of N400 (at least for noun-determinator kind errors in Spanish). Others, however, argued that contract breaches result from either a LAN or an N400, depending on the levels of representation (e.g. .B. Morphosyntax, speech) that are disturbed by the error (e.g. .B. Mancini et al., 2011a).

What is important is that in many concordance studies, this negativity is simply lacking (e.g..B. Nevins et al., 2007; Frenck-Mestre et al., 2008; Hammer et al., 2008), also for local compliance errors in morphosyntax rich languages (z.B. Wicha et al., 2004; Alemán Bañón et al., 2012, 2014). Here we will mainly focus on the P600, which is the most consistent ERP signature of the agreement, although we are also studying the LAN. In the next section, we look at how these components have influenced our understanding of how personal dependencies are determined in real time. Mancini, S., Molinaro, N., Rizzi, L., and Carreiras, M. (2011a). A person is not a number: participation in speech in the calculation of subject-verb conformity. 1410, 64-76 doi: 10.1016/j.brainres.2011.06.055 Molinaro, N., Vespignani, F., Zamparelli, R., and Job, R.

(2011b). Why brother and sister are not only brothers and sisters: reparations in the calculation of the agreement. J. Mem. Long. 64, 211-232. doi: 10.1016/j.jml.2010.12.002 A number of studies have been used by ERP to review agreements, but few have manipulated personal dependencies. . . .