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In processing behavioral data from auditory lexical decision, reaction times (RT) can be defined relative to stimulus onset or relative to stimulus offset. Using stimulus onset as the reference invokes models that assumes that relevant processing starts immediately, while stimulus offset invokes models that assume that relevant processing can only start when the acoustic input is complete. It is suggested that EEG recordings can be used to tear apart putative processes. EEG analysis requiresdoi:10.21437/interspeech.2020-2450 dblp:conf/interspeech/BoschMB20 fatcat:sv4k2atwwba77facishlooc7ey