Neurobiology of language

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These data are part of a multi-lab replication and extension of the study titled “Tagging the neuronal entrainment to beat and meter” published by Nozaradan, Peretz, Missal, and Mouraux (2011). The data archived here are those collected by the lab “huettig-mpi”. The project is organised by Karli Nave at Western University, Canada (knave@uwo.ca). In case of queries, contact Karli.
These data are part of a multi-lab replication and extension of the study titled “Tagging the neuronal entrainment to beat and meter” published by Nozaradan, Peretz, Missal, and Mouraux (2011). The data archived here are those collected by the lab “huettig-mpi”. The project is organised by Karli Nave at Western University, Canada (knave@uwo.ca). In case of queries, contact Karli.
Contact: Evelien Heyselaar (ev.heys@gmail.com)
In this study, we employed auditory manipulations during speech production and recorded the vocal responses of the participants. One manipulation was delaying the auditory feedback (200 ms delay), and the other manipulation was perturbing the pitch of auditory feedback (100 or 200 cents in the upward or downward direction). These manipulations disrupted speech fluency and vocal acoustics but not everybody was equally sensitive. We analysed the voice recordings of the participants to investigate the interindividual differences in susceptibility to auditory feedback manipulations.
In this study, we employed auditory manipulations during speech production and recorded the vocal responses of the participants. One manipulation was delaying the auditory feedback (200 ms delay), and the other manipulation was perturbing the pitch of auditory feedback (100 or 200 cents in the upward or downward direction). These manipulations disrupted speech fluency and vocal acoustics but not everybody was equally sensitive. We analysed the voice recordings of the participants to investigate the interindividual differences in susceptibility to auditory feedback manipulations.
This collection contains the data and materials belonging to the paper “can the English stand the bottle like the Dutch?” by Flecken & van Bergen (2019) in Cognitive Neuropsychology. The collection contains behavioural data (Experiment 1), raw EEG data files (Experiments 2 and 3), stimuli (pictures used in all experiments).
This collection contains the data and materials belonging to the paper “can the English stand the bottle like the Dutch?” by Flecken & van Bergen (2019) in Cognitive Neuropsychology. The collection contains behavioural data (Experiment 1), raw EEG data files (Experiments 2 and 3), stimuli (pictures used in all experiments).
Central Taurus Sign Language (CTSL) is an emerging sign language. It has sprung up spontaneously within the last half century in an isolated remote area in south-central Turkey. Today it has about 30 deaf and approximately 100 hearing users.