Neurocognitive processing of auditorily and visually presented inflected words and pseudowords: evidence from a morphologically rich language.

@article{Leinonen2009NeurocognitivePO,
  title={Neurocognitive processing of auditorily and visually presented inflected words and pseudowords: evidence from a morphologically rich language.},
  author={Alina Leinonen and Petra Gr{\"o}nholm-Nyman and Miika J{\"a}rvenp{\"a}{\"a} and Carina S{\"o}derholm and Otto Lappi and Matti Laine and Christina M. Krause},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2009},
  volume={1275},
  pages={54-66}
}
The aim of the study was to investigate how the input modality affects the processing of a morphologically complex word. The processing of Finnish inflected vs. monomorphemic words and pseudowords was examined during a lexical decision task, using behavioral responses and event-related potentials. The stimuli were presented in two modalities, visually and auditorily, to two groups of participants. Half of the words and pseudowords carried a case-inflection. At the behavioral level, the… CONTINUE READING