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Age-related differences in auditory semantic priming : the development of normative electrophysiological data in the Dutch population

Elissa-Marie Cocquyt (UGent) , Patrick Santens (UGent) , Pieter van Mierlo (UGent) , Wouter Duyck (UGent) , Arnaud Szmalec (UGent) and Miet De Letter (UGent)
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Most aspects of semantic processing are thought to remain fairly stable with age. However, heterogeneous aging-effects in semantic processing have been reported by means of the event-related potential (ERP) technique, especially regarding the semantic N400 in the auditory modality (Giaquinto et al., 2007; Räling et al., 2016). Therefore, the aim of this study is to delineate the effects of normal aging on the N400 amplitude and latency. The investigation of semantic potentials in different ages will yield normative electrophysiological data for verbal-semantic comprehension in the Dutch population.
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Semantics, electrophysiology, N400, aging

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Cocquyt, Elissa-Marie, et al. “Age-Related Differences in Auditory Semantic Priming : The Development of Normative Electrophysiological Data in the Dutch Population.” Science of Aphasia, 20th Conference, Abstracts, 2019.
APA
Cocquyt, E.-M., Santens, P., van Mierlo, P., Duyck, W., Szmalec, A., & De Letter, M. (2019). Age-related differences in auditory semantic priming : the development of normative electrophysiological data in the Dutch population. In Science of Aphasia, 20th Conference, Abstracts. Rome, Italy.
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Cocquyt, Elissa-Marie, Patrick Santens, Pieter van Mierlo, Wouter Duyck, Arnaud Szmalec, and Miet De Letter. 2019. “Age-Related Differences in Auditory Semantic Priming : The Development of Normative Electrophysiological Data in the Dutch Population.” In Science of Aphasia, 20th Conference, Abstracts.
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Cocquyt, Elissa-Marie, Patrick Santens, Pieter van Mierlo, Wouter Duyck, Arnaud Szmalec, and Miet De Letter. 2019. “Age-Related Differences in Auditory Semantic Priming : The Development of Normative Electrophysiological Data in the Dutch Population.” In Science of Aphasia, 20th Conference, Abstracts.
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Cocquyt E-M, Santens P, van Mierlo P, Duyck W, Szmalec A, De Letter M. Age-related differences in auditory semantic priming : the development of normative electrophysiological data in the Dutch population. In: Science of Aphasia, 20th Conference, Abstracts. 2019.
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E.-M. Cocquyt, P. Santens, P. van Mierlo, W. Duyck, A. Szmalec, and M. De Letter, “Age-related differences in auditory semantic priming : the development of normative electrophysiological data in the Dutch population,” in Science of Aphasia, 20th Conference, Abstracts, Rome, Italy, 2019.
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  abstract     = {Most aspects of semantic processing are thought to remain fairly stable with age. However, heterogeneous aging-effects in semantic processing have been reported by means of the event-related potential (ERP) technique, especially regarding the semantic N400 in the auditory modality (Giaquinto et al., 2007; Räling et al., 2016). Therefore, the aim of this study is to delineate the effects of normal aging on the N400 amplitude and latency. The investigation of semantic potentials in different ages will yield normative electrophysiological data for verbal-semantic comprehension in the Dutch population.},
  author       = {Cocquyt, Elissa-Marie and Santens, Patrick and van Mierlo, Pieter and Duyck, Wouter and Szmalec, Arnaud and De Letter, Miet},
  booktitle    = {Science of Aphasia, 20th Conference, Abstracts},
  keywords     = {Semantics,electrophysiology,N400,aging},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Rome, Italy},
  title        = {Age-related differences in auditory semantic priming : the development of normative electrophysiological data in the Dutch population},
  year         = {2019},
}