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A B S T R A C T Allocation and use of central processing capacity have been associated with the P3 event-related brain potential amplitude in a large variety of non-linguistic tasks. However, little is known about the P3 in spoken language production. Moreover, the few studies that are available report opposing P3 effects when task complexity is manipulated. We investigated allocation and use of central processing capacity in a spoken phrase production task: Participants switched every seconddoi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2017.09.024 pmid:28958910 fatcat:4k5orze32nhkvejkzfi6526cuu