Different ERP profiles for learning rules over consonants and vowels

@article{MonteOrdoo2017DifferentEP,
  title={Different ERP profiles for learning rules over consonants and vowels},
  author={J{\'u}lia Monte-Ordo{\~n}o and Juan M. Toro},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2017},
  volume={97},
  pages={104-111}
}
The Consonant-Vowel hypothesis suggests that consonants and vowels tend to be used differently during language processing. In this study we explored whether these functional differences trigger different neural responses in a rule learning task. We recorded ERPs while nonsense words were presented in an Oddball paradigm. An ABB rule was implemented either over the consonants (Consonant condition) or over the vowels (Vowel condition) composing standard words. Deviant stimuli were composed by… CONTINUE READING
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