“What you encode is not necessarily what you store”: Evidence for sparse feature representations from mismatch negativity

@article{Cornell2011WhatYE,
  title={“What you encode is not necessarily what you store”: Evidence for sparse feature representations from mismatch negativity},
  author={Sonia A Cornell and Aditi Lahiri and Carsten Eulitz},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={1394},
  pages={79-89}
}
The present study examines whether vowels embedded in complex stimuli may possess underspecified representations in the mental lexicon. The second goal was to assess the possible interference of the lexical status of stimuli under study. Minimal pairs of German nouns differing only in the stressed vowels [e], [ø], and [o], and derived pseudowords, were used to measure the Mismatch Negativity (MMN) in a passive oddball-paradigm. The differing vowels were chosen such that the place of… CONTINUE READING

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