2010
DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2009.11.063
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Abstract: The current event-related brain potential study examined the processing of observed speech errors. Participants were asked to detect errors in the speech of others while listening to the description of a visual network. Networks consisted of colored drawings of objects connected by straight or curved lines. We investigated the processing of two types of errors in the network descriptions, i.e., incorrect color and errors in determiners usage (gender agreement violations). In the 100- to 300-ms and 300- to 550-… Show more

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“…Vissers et al (2006) found a P600 effect to misspelled words when the expected critical word in its correct spelling had a high cloze probability. Misspellings of critical words with a low cloze probability did not elicit a P600 effect.In a recent study by Ganushchak and Schiller (2010) an effect of conflict strength was indicated as well. In this study participants saw a visual network of coloured objects while listening to a path description through this network.…”
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“…Vissers et al (2006) found a P600 effect to misspelled words when the expected critical word in its correct spelling had a high cloze probability. Misspellings of critical words with a low cloze probability did not elicit a P600 effect.In a recent study by Ganushchak and Schiller (2010) an effect of conflict strength was indicated as well. In this study participants saw a visual network of coloured objects while listening to a path description through this network.…”
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“…In a recent study by Ganushchak and Schiller (2010) an effect of conflict strength was indicated as well. In this study participants saw a visual network of coloured objects while listening to a path description through this network.…”
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“…The literature also points out that word-level listening comprehension, which is related to vocabulary, is necessary in identifying speech errors in both inner and outer speech 33 . This system interacts with the production system in the search for errors, but the comprehension system acts on the production system and is triggered by speech monitoring 12 .…”
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