Spoken word recognition in context: evidence from Chinese ERP analyses.

@article{Liu2006SpokenWR,
  title={Spoken word recognition in context: evidence from Chinese ERP analyses.},
  author={Yanni Liu and Hua Shu and Jinghan Wei},
  journal={Brain and language},
  year={2006},
  volume={96 1},
  pages={37-48}
}
Two event-related potential (ERP) experiments were conducted to investigate spoken word recognition in Chinese and the effect of contextual constraints on this process. In Experiment 1, three kinds of incongruous words were formed by altering the first, second or both syllables of the congruous disyllabic terminal words in high constraint spoken sentences. Results showed an increase of N400 amplitude in all three incongruous word conditions and a delayed N400 effect in the cohort incongruous… CONTINUE READING