Subject: visual word recognition | emotion | bilinguals | Psychology | Neuroscience | BF1-990 | Original Research | Event-related potentials | second language processing | ERPs
To investigate whether second language processing is characterized by the same sensitivity to the emotional content of language – as compared to native language processing – we conducted an EEG study manipulating word emotional valence in a visual lexical decision task.... View more
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