Seriality of semantic and phonological processes during overt speech in Mandarin as revealed by event-related brain potentials

@article{Zhu2015SerialityOS,
  title={Seriality of semantic and phonological processes during overt speech in Mandarin as revealed by event-related brain potentials},
  author={Xuebing Zhu and Markus Damian and Qingfang Zhang},
  journal={Brain and Language},
  year={2015},
  volume={144},
  pages={16-25}
}
How is information transmitted across semantic and phonological levels in spoken word production? Recent evidence from speakers of Western languages such as English and Dutch suggests non-discrete transmission, but it is not clear whether this view can be generalized to other languages such as Mandarin, given potential differences in phonological encoding across languages. The present study used Mandarin speakers and combined a behavioral picture-word interference task with event-related… CONTINUE READING

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