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Neurophysiological evidence of memory traces for words in the human brain
Mismatch negativity (MMN), an index of experience-dependent memory traces, was used to investigate the processing of lexical contrasts in the human brain.The MMN was elicited either by rare words presented among repetitive words or pseudowords, or by pseudowords presented among words. Phonetic and phonological contrasts were identical in all conditions. MMNs elicited by both word deviants were larger than that elicited by the deviant pseudoword. The presence of lexical contrast did notdoi:10.1097/00001756-200203250-00033 pmid:11930174 fatcat:y2axgxkbdrhj5eh6zhsllafcqu