Examining the difference in Error Detection when listening to Native and Non-Native speakers
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Description: The present study examines error detection in behavioural processing; aiming to replicate the differences found in error processing across native and non-native speakers, and questioning if behavioural error processing discriminates grammatical and contextual error-types. Using a ‘Self-Paced Auditory Task’ measuring reaction time, 30 participants listened to sentences that contained either no error, a grammatical error, or a contextual formal/informal word-choice error (e.g. Grammatical: “Do you wanting anything?”; Contextual: “Do you require anything?”).