Human brain potentials to violations in morphologically complex Italian words

@article{Gross1998HumanBP,
  title={Human brain potentials to violations in morphologically complex Italian words},
  author={M. Gross and T. Say and Michael Kleingers and H. Clahsen and T. M{\"u}nte},
  journal={Neuroscience Letters},
  year={1998},
  volume={241},
  pages={83-86}
}
Event-related brain potentials were recorded while 12 Italian-speaking subjects read correctly and incorrectly inflected verb forms. Participle forms of three types of verbs were investigated: 1st conjugation verbs (parlato 'spoken'), 3rd conjugation verbs (dormito 'slept'), and irregular 2nd conjugation verbs (preso 'taken'). We compared correct and incorrect participle forms; the latter had stem formation errors and/or incorrect participle endings. Event-related potentials (ERP) showed… Expand

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