How the brain processes complex words: an event-related potential study of German verb inflections.

@article{Penke1997HowTB,
  title={How the brain processes complex words: an event-related potential study of German verb inflections.},
  author={M. Penke and H. Weyerts and M. Gross and E. Zander and T. M{\"u}nte and H. Clahsen},
  journal={Brain research. Cognitive brain research},
  year={1997},
  volume={6 1},
  pages={
          37-52
        }
}
Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) were recorded as German-speaking subjects read verbs in correct and incorrect participle forms. The critical words were presented in three different versions to three different groups of subjects, as part of a simple sentence, in a word list, and embedded in a story; for each version separate ERPs were recorded. Three types of verbs were investigated, regulars, irregulars and nonce verbs. We compared correct regular and irregular participles with incorrect… Expand
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