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ArtikelBrain potentials during language production in children and adults: An ERP study of the English past tense  
Oleh: Budd, Mary-Jane ; Paulmann, Silke ; Barry, Christopher ; Clahsen, Harald
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Brain and Language (Full Text) vol. 127 no. 3 (2013), page 345-355.
Topik: ERP; Morphology; Production; Children; Past tense
Fulltext: 127_03_Budd.pdf (964.55KB)
Isi artikelThe current study examines the neural correlates of 8-to-12-year-old children and adults producing inflected word forms, specifically regular vs. irregular past-tense forms in English, using a silent production paradigm. ERPs were time-locked to a visual cue for silent production of either a regular or irregular past-tense form or a 3rd person singular present tense form of a given verb (e.g., walked/sang vs. walks/ sings). Subsequently, another visual stimulus cued participants for an overt vocalization of their response. ERP results for the adult group revealed a negativity 300–450 ms after the silent-production cue for regular compared to irregular past-tense forms. There was no difference in the present form condition. Children’s brain potentials revealed developmental changes, with the older children demonstrating more adult-like ERP responses than the younger ones. We interpret the observed ERP responses as reflecting combinatorial processing involved in regular (but not irregular) past-tense formation.
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