Participants were fitted with an electrode cap (Easycap, Brainworks, GmbH) as they sat in a comfortable stuffed chair one metre from a CRT computer screen in a dimly lit silent and electromagnetic room. EEG signals were continuously recorded when participants heard phrases. They were instructed to listen carefully to all sentences and immediately press a specific response button when they heard the words “cut/cut” or “food/food” in the sentence. These verbs were used as capture attempts, while the task of printing a button prevented participants from making explicit grammar judgments. This probe task was therefore used to distract participants from focusing on sentence gramgrammetics without impeding the natural process of understanding (Dragoy et al., 2012). Some conjunctions – as in addition, with and also – do not make the subjects that unite them in the plural. The use of these conjunctions to replace and is a common error in research writing and usually leads to subject-verbal disagreements. For example, the significant interaction between position and ROI suggests that the average amplitude of negativity was also different depending on the expression position of the electrodes. T-pair follow-up tests for ROI position and interaction showed that verbs in the position of expression-media elicited more negativity than those of the final position of speech in the central area of speech [t (19) – 2,494 , p < 0.05], left front region [t (19) – 2,438 , p < 0.005] and front line [t (19) – 3,017, p < 0.005).
The study of language-related ERPs in auditory modalities is more ecological for understanding the factors and processes underlying language understanding. However, it poses a number of problems and poses several challenges that are not present in the visual representation. In this study, we examined the possibility that the perception testimony related to the position of ders-tzposition (medial vs. final) and the nature of the offence (failure to omission against commission) influenced the calculation of the violation of the S-V convention during the understanding of the language. We found significant differences in the ERP of mother-tongue adults for offences that occur in the final positions of the media, but no significant differences for errors of omission compared to errors made by the Commission. We have also demonstrated the importance of a balanced design of trials, especially in auditory studies of ERP, in which grammar effects can be conquered with acoustic stimuli differences. The current results of this study therefore underline the importance of transforming grammar effects on ERPs by acoustic and prosodic differences in stimuli, as this has an impact on the interpretation of ERP components related to morphosytic treatment. The methodological progress of this document will be of paramount importance for future studies of other populations, where the effects of perception are expected to have a greater impact on contract execution. Wicha, N.
Y. Y., Moreno, E.M., and Kutas, M. (2004). Anticipation of words and their sex: a study of the brain potential associated with the event on semantic integration, gender anticipation and correspondence in Spanish. J. Cogn. Neurosci. 16, 1272-1288. doi: 10.1162/0898929041920487 The Ethics Committee for Human Research at Macquarie University approved the experimental methods used in this study.