Monitoring in Language Perception: Mild and Strong Conflicts Elicit Different ERP Patterns

@article{Meerendonk2010MonitoringIL,
  title={Monitoring in Language Perception: Mild and Strong Conflicts Elicit Different ERP Patterns},
  author={Nan van de Meerendonk and Herman H. J. Kolk and Constance Th. W. M. Vissers and Dorothee J. Chwilla},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2010},
  volume={22},
  pages={67-82}
}
In the language domain, most studies of error monitoring have been devoted to language production. However, in language perception, errors are made as well and we are able to detect them. According to the monitoring theory of language perception, a strong conflict between what is expected and what is observed triggers reanalysis to check for possible perceptual errors, a process reflected by the P600. This is at variance with the dominant view that the P600 reflects syntactic reanalysis or… CONTINUE READING

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