Sound Categorization and Conceptual Priming for Nonlinguistic and Linguistic Sounds

@article{Aramaki2010SoundCA,
  title={Sound Categorization and Conceptual Priming for Nonlinguistic and Linguistic Sounds},
  author={Mitsuko Aramaki and C{\'e}line Marie and Richard Kronland-Martinet and S{\o}lvi Ystad and Mireille Besson},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2010},
  volume={22},
  pages={2555-2569}
}
The aim of these experiments was to compare conceptual priming for linguistic and for a homogeneous class of nonlinguistic sounds, impact sounds, by using both behavioral (percentage errors and RTs) and electrophysiological measures (ERPs). Experiment 1 aimed at studying the neural basis of impact sound categorization by creating typical and ambiguous sounds from different material categories (wood, metal, and glass). Ambiguous sounds were associated with slower RTs and larger N280, smaller… CONTINUE READING
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