cSCAN Rounds

Resolving ellipsis in monologue, and soon, maybe, dialogue: Evidence from event-related brain potentials

Language comprehension and production involve linking linguistic representations through time, via a noisy and fallible human information processing system. In this talk, I will present electrophysiological evidence for a particular memory architecture for linguistic representations that is vulnerable to factors known to affect general memory performance. I will explore the extension of said architecture to more a naturalistic dialogue paradigm.