Task-related influences on neurophysiological assessment of auditory rhyme: Implications for clinical studies

@article{Davids2011TaskrelatedIO,
  title={Task-related influences on neurophysiological assessment of auditory rhyme: Implications for clinical studies},
  author={Nina Davids and Dani{\"e}lle van den Brink and Miranda van Turennout and Ludo Verhoeven},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={122},
  pages={1629-1636}
}
OBJECTIVE The present study investigated whether implicit rhyme detection, as an implicit measure of phonological processing, can be assessed using a passive ERP paradigm. METHODS Pseudoword pairs were presented to healthy adults while their EEG was recorded. Participants were either instructed to (a) indicate by a button press after each pseudoword pair whether the words rhymed or not (active paradigm) or (b) ignore the speech stimuli (passive paradigm). RESULTS In the active rhyme… CONTINUE READING

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