The Use of Brain Electrophysiology Techniques to Study Language: a Basic Guide for the Beginning Consumer of Electrophysiology Information

@inproceedings{Molfese2003TheUO,
  title={The Use of Brain Electrophysiology Techniques to Study Language: a Basic Guide for the Beginning Consumer of Electrophysiology Information},
  author={L. Molfese and Victoria J. Molfese and Spencer Kelly},
  year={2003}
}
This article provides a basic background for the professional who is interested in utilizing event-related potential (ERP) approaches to study language processes but has little background in or knowledge about the technique. First, a brief history of the emergence of this technology is presented, followed by definitions, a theoretical overview, and a practical guide to conducting ERP studies. The basis for choice of electrode positions, equipment characteristics (e.g., filter settings), and… CONTINUE READING

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