Delta-band neural activity primarily tracks sentences instead of semantic properties of words

Published: 15 December 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/dhn66g7fgw.1
Contributors:
Yuhan Lu,

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This study investigated to what extent the brain can track semantic properties of individual words when listeners attended to semantic features of words. We share data and codes that support this research project. 1. For EEG data analysis, please see file: EEGResult (Fig. 3) 2. For semantic properties and semantic relatedness simulation analysis, please see file: simulation_lexical_property_and_semantic_relatedness (Fig. 2 and Fig. S2D) 3. For word frequency and ngram simulation analysis, please see file: simulation_word_freq and simulation_ngram (Fig. S2B and S2C). 4. For EEG broadband spectrum, please see file: broadband_response (Fig. S1). 5. For behavior performance, please see file: behavioralResult If you have any question, please contact: Yuhan Lu, yuhan.lu@nyu.edu, or corresponding author, Dr Nai Ding, ding_nai@zju.edu.cn

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Institutions

Zhejiang University, Zhejiang Lab, East China Normal University

Categories

Electroencephalography, Cognitive Neuroscience

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