Evoked Potentials during Language Processing as Neurophysiological Phenomena

The evoked, event-related potential of the EEG has been extensively employed to study language processing. But what is the ERP? An extensive discussion of contemporary theories about the neurophysiology underlying late ERPs is given. Then, in a series of experiments, domain-general perspectives on E...

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