A Functional Neuroimaging Investigation of the Roles of Structural Complexity and Task-Demand During Auditory Sentence Processing

@article{Love2006AFN,
  title={A Functional Neuroimaging Investigation of the Roles of Structural Complexity and Task-Demand During Auditory Sentence Processing},
  author={T. Love and F. Haist and Janet Nicol4 and D. Swinney},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2006},
  volume={42},
  pages={577-590}
}
Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), this study directly examined an issue that bridges the potential language processing and multi-modal views of the role of Broca's area: the effects of task-demands in language comprehension studies. We presented syntactically simple and complex sentences for auditory comprehension under three different (differentially complex) task-demand conditions: passive listening, probe verification, and theme judgment. Contrary to many language imaging… Expand
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