An EEG–MEG Dissociation between Online Syntactic Comprehension and Post Hoc Reanalysis

@inproceedings{Meltzer2011AnED,
  title={An EEG–MEG Dissociation between Online Syntactic Comprehension and Post Hoc Reanalysis},
  author={Jed A. Meltzer and Allen R. Braun},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2011}
}
Successful comprehension of syntactically complex sentences depends on online language comprehension mechanisms as well as reanalysis in working memory. To differentiate the neural substrates of these processes, we recorded electroencephalography and magnetoencephalography (MEG) during sentence-picture-matching in healthy subjects, assessing the effects of two difficulty factors: syntactic complexity (object-embedded vs. subject-embedded relative clauses) and semantic reversibility on neuronal… CONTINUE READING
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