Semantic memory and verbal working memory correlates of N400 to subordinate homographs.

@article{Salisbury2004SemanticMA,
  title={Semantic memory and verbal working memory correlates of N400 to subordinate homographs.},
  author={Dean F. Salisbury},
  journal={Brain and cognition},
  year={2004},
  volume={55 2},
  pages={396-9}
}
N400 is an event-related brain potential that indexes operations in semantic memory conceptual space, whether elicited by language or some other representation (e.g., drawings). Language models typically propose three stages: lexical access or orthographic- and phonological-level analysis; lexical selection or word-level meaning and associate activation; and lexical integration, sentence- and discourse-level operations. The exact stage that N400 reflects is unknown, although opinion favors… CONTINUE READING

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