Speaking Style Influences the Brain's Electrophysiological Response to Grammatical Errors in Speech Comprehension

This electrophysiological study asked whether the brain processes grammatical gender violations in casual speech differently than in careful speech. Native speakers of Dutch were presented with utterances that contained adjective-noun pairs in which the adjective was either correctly inflected with a word-final schwa (e.g., een spannende roman, "a… CONTINUE READING