Building language: Investigating the neural processes involved in syntactic binding using MEG

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Description: The purpose of this study is to use MEG to investigate the neural processes involved in syntactic binding: the combination of words into larger structures, accounting for features that mark syntax, tense, aspect and agreement. Participants will be auditorily presented with two-word stimuli consisting of either a pronoun and a pseudo-verb for which syntactic binding occurs (e.g., “she grushes”), or two pseudo-verbs for which no syntactic binding occurs (e.g., “pob grushes”). Comparing participants’ neuronal responses in these two conditions will enable us to better understand neuronal dynamics associated with syntactic binding, the involved brain areas and inter-regional connectivity.


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