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High-density electroencephalography was used to evaluate cortical activity during speech comprehension via a sentence verification task. Twenty-four participants assigned true or false to sentences produced with 3 noise-vocoded channel levels

High-density electroencephalography was used to evaluate cortical activity during speech comprehension via a sentence verification task. Twenty-four participants assigned true or false to sentences produced with 3 noise-vocoded channel levels (1-unintelligible, 6-decipherable, 16-intelligible), during simultaneous EEG recording. Participant data were sorted into higher- (HP) and lower-performing (LP) groups.

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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1016/j.bandl.2014.10.008
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      1090-2155
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    Utianski, Rene L., Caviness, John N., & Liss, Julie M. (2015). Cortical characterization of the perception of intelligible and unintelligible speech measured via high-density electroencephalography. BRAIN AND LANGUAGE, 140, 49-54. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bandl.2014.10.008

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