Response conflict as a mechanism for monitoring in speech production
Recent work suggests that monitoring in speech production may occur via domain-general mechanisms responsible for detecting response conflict. To test this hypothesis, we measured EEG as people engaged in both non-verbal (flanker) and verbal (tongue twisters) tasks designed to elicit response... Full description
|1st Person:||Acheson, Daniel J.|
|Additional Persons:||Hagoort, Peter|
the 20th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS 2013), San Francisco, CA
2013-04-13/2013-04-16, San Francisco, CA
|Type of Publication:||Presentation|
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