Neural responses towards a speaker's feeling of (un)knowing

@article{Jiang2016NeuralRT,
  title={Neural responses towards a speaker's feeling of (un)knowing},
  author={Xiaoming Jiang and Marc D. Pell},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2016},
  volume={81},
  pages={79-93}
}
During interpersonal communication, listeners must rapidly evaluate verbal and vocal cues to arrive at an integrated meaning about the utterance and about the speaker, including a representation of the speaker's 'feeling of knowing' (i.e., how confident they are in relation to the utterance). In this study, we investigated the time course and neural responses underlying a listener's ability to evaluate speaker confidence from combined verbal and vocal cues. We recorded real-time brain responses… CONTINUE READING
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