The extent and conditions under which musical training modulates auditory statistical learning: EEG and behavioral evidence

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Musicians’ advantages in speech processing (e.g., speech segmentation) may stem from enhanced statistical learning (SL) skills. To test this hypothesis, we examined musicians and non-musicians’ learning of an artificial sung language. Implicit (i.e., Event-Related Potentials) and explicit (i.e., behavioral responses) measures were combined to examine SL per se and its outcomes. Brain and behaviora...


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