Grammatical agreement processing in reading: ERP findings and future directions

@article{Molinaro2011GrammaticalAP,
  title={Grammatical agreement processing in reading: ERP findings and future directions},
  author={Nicola Molinaro and Horacio A. Barber and Manuel Carreiras},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2011},
  volume={47},
  pages={908-930}
}
In the domain of written sentence comprehension, the computation of agreement dependencies is generally considered as a form-driven processing routine whose domain is syntactic in nature. In the present review we discuss the main findings emerging in the Event-Related Potential (ERP) literature on sentence comprehension, focusing on the different dimensions of agreement patterns (features, values, constituents involved and language): Agreement mismatches usually evoke a biphasic… CONTINUE READING
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