Plasticity and transfer in the sound system: Exposure to syllables in production or perception changes their subsequent production

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This study focuses on the ability of the adult sound system to reorganize as a result of experience. Participants were exposed to existing and novel syllables in either a perception task (phoneme monitoring) or a production task (reading aloud) over the course of two days. On the third day they named disyllabic pseudowords while their electroencephalogram was recorded. The first syllable of these ...

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