Bilingualism: Language and Cognition Individual Differences Reveal Stages of L2 Grammatical Acquisition: Erp Evidence Individual Differences Reveal Stages of L2 Grammatical Acquisition: Erp Evidence *

@inproceedings{TannerBilingualismLA,
  title={Bilingualism: Language and Cognition Individual Differences Reveal Stages of L2 Grammatical Acquisition: Erp Evidence Individual Differences Reveal Stages of L2 Grammatical Acquisition: Erp Evidence *},
  author={Darren Tanner and Judith Mclaughlin and Julia Herschensohn and Lee Osterhout and Roland Da and N ERENTaN and N JUDITHMCLAuGHLI and N JULIAHERSCHENSOH and T LEEOSTERHOU}
}
Here we report findings from a cross-sectional study of morphosyntactic processing in native German speakers and native English speakers enrolled in college-level German courses. Event-related brain potentials were recorded while participants read sentences that were either well-formed or violated German subject–verb agreement. Results showed that grammatical violations elicited large P600 effects in the native Germans and learners enrolled in third-year courses. Grand mean waveforms for… CONTINUE READING

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