Brain potentials to morphologically complex words during listening.

  title={Brain potentials to morphologically complex words during listening.},
  author={Monika L{\"u}ck and Anja Hahne and Harald Clahsen},
  journal={Brain research},
  volume={1077 1},
  • Monika Lück, Anja Hahne, Harald Clahsen
  • Published 2006 in Brain research
This study uses event-related brain potentials (ERPs) to investigate the processing of morphologically regular and irregular words during auditory comprehension. ERPs were recorded, while 23 German-speaking subjects listened to correctly and incorrectly inflected noun plural forms presented in sentential contexts. ERP responses to violations of morphological structure were different to those of lexical (word-level) violations: the former elicited LAN/P600 effects, and the latter an enhanced… CONTINUE READING