Data for Do Highly Proficient Learners of a Second Language Process Rhythmic Pattern Like in Their Native Language? An Event Related Potential Study

Published: 2 September 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/xr2c73xdy4.1
Yujun Lee


we hypothesis that second language speakers can process prosodic effects on semantics like Native speakers . the data is concered with ERP value in the window of 350- 400ms. We compared average amplitude mean of processing the V2+N1 and V2+N2 in the left and right hemisphere , front and backward brain. specifically , data analysis is followed as For the lateral analysis, the additional factors were Hemisphere (left and right) and Region (frontocentral, centratooccipital). Thus, lateral electrodes were organized into four regions of interest, each with 8 or 9 representative electrodes: left frontocentral (F1, F3, etc.), left centre–occipital (CP1, CP3, etc.), right fronto-central (F2, F4, etc.) and right central-to-occipital (CP2, CP4, etc.). Averaged ERPs over the electrodes in each region of interest were used for statistical purposes..


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we collect ERP data how Yi speakers process Rhythmic Pattern V2+N2 and V2+N1


Affiliated Hospital of North Sichuan Medical College


Semantic Processing, Language