Neural Adaptation to Speaker Reliability and Disfluencies in Speech: An Individual Differences Study

Nardulli, Rebecca L.


  • Past research has shown that cognitive differences between individuals impact the way we process and comprehend language (Shah & Miyake, 1996; Boudewyn, 2015). Specifically, individuals with greater executive function, as indexed by better performance on cognitive tasks such as the AX-Continuous Performance Task, have been found to have stronger receptive vocabularies, grammatical abilities, and n... read more
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