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Category: Methods and Measures

Description: The data described in the manuscript titled “Um…, it’s really difficult to... um… speak fluently”: Neural tracking of spontaneous speech, by G. Agmon G., M. Jaeger, R. Tsarfaty, M. B. Bleichner & E. Zion Golumbic (Neurobiology of Language, 2023). In this EEG study, we showed that neural responses recorded while listening to spontaneous speech are affected by the presence of fillers in speech, sentence boundaries and speech rate. The Praat file contains the narrative that we used in this study (Hebrew) and the annotations that were used as regressors. Regressors are also provided in .csv format.


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