Mikael Roll talks at FishFeed (13.10 2020)

This Tuesday (13.10) at 14.15 Mikael Roll from Lund University will held a talk entitled “The brain’s predictive use of syntactically and morphologically conditioned tones.”

In case you missed his talk, or would like to rewatch it, a video recording can be found HERE. 

More information about Mikael Roll’s research on within-word predictions, can be found here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304394017306778?via%3Dihub 

 

Abstract

The brain uses phonological information—including both segments and tones—to predict the structure of unfolding words and sentences during listening. Based on event-related potential (ERP) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings, I will present a suggested timeline and neural substrates for the processing of phoneme-based prediction. The brain activity ranges from rapid pre-activation of expected speech sounds in and around primary auditory cortex to inhibition of irrelevant morphemes, words, and syntactic structures in Broca’s area. 

 

 

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