Grammatical Analysis as a Distributed Neurobiological Function

  title={Grammatical Analysis as a Distributed Neurobiological Function},
  author={Mirjana Bozic and Elisabeth Fonteneau and Li Su and William D. Marslen-Wilson},
  booktitle={Human brain mapping},
Language processing engages large-scale functional networks in both hemispheres. Although it is widely accepted that left perisylvian regions have a key role in supporting complex grammatical computations, patient data suggest that some aspects of grammatical processing could be supported bilaterally. We investigated the distribution and the nature of grammatical computations across language processing networks by comparing two types of combinatorial grammatical sequences--inflectionally… CONTINUE READING
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