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Event-related potentials elicited by semantically associated and unassociated word pairs embedded in congruous and semantically anomalous spoken sentences were recorded from patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD) and healthy older and young controls as a means of examining the nature, time course, and relation between word and sentence context effects. All groups demonstrated lexical priming in nonsensical sentences, but it was earlier in the young (200 -600 ms) than in the older controls (600doi:10.1037/0894-422.214.171.124 pmid:12803424 fatcat:zpspkvhxmvehlbebd4sr6gx5oa