Differential electrophysiological signatures of semantic and syntactic scene processing.

@article{V2013DifferentialES,
  title={Differential electrophysiological signatures of semantic and syntactic scene processing.},
  author={Melissa L-H V{\~o} and Jeremy M. Wolfe},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2013},
  volume={24 9},
  pages={1816-23}
}
In sentence processing, semantic and syntactic violations elicit differential brain responses observable in event-related potentials: An N400 signals semantic violations, whereas a P600 marks inconsistent syntactic structure. Does the brain register similar distinctions in scene perception? To address this question, we presented participants with semantic inconsistencies, in which an object was incongruent with a scene's meaning, and syntactic inconsistencies, in which an object violated… CONTINUE READING
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