Consecutive ERP effects of morpho-phonology and morpho-syntax

@inproceedings{SteinhauerConsecutiveEE,
  title={Consecutive ERP effects of morpho-phonology and morpho-syntax},
  author={Karsten Steinhauer and Michael T. Ullman}
}
Unlike previously described cases of selective anomia for people’s names and patient LS, VI features an inability to retrieve people’s names on face presentation visa-vis a normal ability to retrieve the names of the same people on definition. This case appears therefore to be an authentic case of ‘‘prosopanomia.’’ Why, however, prosopanomics do not cue themselves? Current models of face and name processing (Semenza, Zettin, & Borgo, 1998; Valentine, Brennen, & Bredart, 1996; Fig. 1) state that… CONTINUE READING

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