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Adaptation of The N170-Component of the Event-Related Brain Potential to Single Letters and Words in Adults and Children
Background. Neural specialization for print develops during learning to read and can be studied with event-related brain potentials (ERPs). Neural adaptation refers to smaller neural responses when a stimulus or a class of stimuli is repeated several times. Previously, neural specialization for print processing in adults has been shown to be reflected in the word-specific N170 component of the ERP. Furthermore, adapation of the N170 elicited by words has been found to correlate with readingdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-150537/v1 fatcat:j3bt7yhptzdpzmi4hrfeydvjxm