About time we make sense: Distinct neural processes engaged during temporal sequencing and coherence building in discourse

Fairbrother, Wonja M.


  • In the real world, causes always come before effects, while in communication, events can be described in either this canonical temporal order using causal connectors such as "and so", or in non-canonical order using connectors like "because". Using event-related potentials (ERPs), we determined whether the canonical sequencing of events influences the establishment of causal coherence, or vice ver... read more
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