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How the speed of working memory updating influences the on-line thematic processing of simple sentences in Mandarin Chinese
Li, Xiao-qing1; Zheng, Yuan-yuan1,2; Zhao, Hai-yan1,2; Xia, Jin-yan1,2
2014-12-01
发表期刊COGNITIVE NEURODYNAMICS
ISSN1871-4080
文章类型Article
卷号8期号:6页码:447-464
摘要This ERP study used electrophysiological technique to examine how individual differences in the speed of working memory updating influence the use of syntactic and semantic information during on-line sentence argument interpretation, and the time course of that working memory updating effect. The basic structure of the experimental sentences was "Noun + Verb + adverb + 'le' + a two-character word", with the Noun being the sentence initial argument. This initial argument is animate or inanimate and the following verb disambiguates it as an agent or patient. The results at the initial argument revealed that, the quick-updating group elicited a larger positivity over the frontal cortex (within 500-800 ms post-noun onset) as compared with the slow-updating group. At the following disambiguating verb, the slow-updating group only showed a word order effect, indicating that the patient-first condition elicited a larger P600 (within 500-1,000 ms post-verb onset) than the agent-first one; for the quick-updating group, at the early stage of processing, the patient-first sentences elicited a larger N400 (within 300-500 ms post-verb onset) than the agent-first ones only when the initial argument was inanimate; however, at the late stage, the patient-first sentences elicited an enhanced P600 (within 800-1,000 ms post-verb onset) only when the initial argument was animate. These results suggested that the speed of working memory updating not only influences the maintenance of sentence argument when the contents of working memory change but also influences the efficiency of integrating that argument with the verb at a late time point. When integrating the argument with the disambiguating verb, individuals with quick-updating ability can combine multiple sources of information (both noun animacy and word order), and conduct rapid and fine-grained two-stage processing; individuals with slow-updating ability, however, only rely on one dominant source of information types (word order), and conducted slow and course-grained processing.
关键词Event-related Potential Word Order Animacy Individual Difference Working Memory Updating Thematic Processing
收录类别SCI
语种英语
WOS记录号WOS:000344532300002
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条目标识符http://ir.psych.ac.cn/handle/311026/13488
专题中国科学院行为科学重点实验室
作者单位1.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Psychol, Key Lab Behav Sci, Beijing 100101, Peoples R China
2.Univ Chinese Acad Sci, Beijing, Peoples R China
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Li, Xiao-qing,Zheng, Yuan-yuan,Zhao, Hai-yan,et al. How the speed of working memory updating influences the on-line thematic processing of simple sentences in Mandarin Chinese[J]. COGNITIVE NEURODYNAMICS,2014,8(6):447-464.
APA Li, Xiao-qing,Zheng, Yuan-yuan,Zhao, Hai-yan,&Xia, Jin-yan.(2014).How the speed of working memory updating influences the on-line thematic processing of simple sentences in Mandarin Chinese.COGNITIVE NEURODYNAMICS,8(6),447-464.
MLA Li, Xiao-qing,et al."How the speed of working memory updating influences the on-line thematic processing of simple sentences in Mandarin Chinese".COGNITIVE NEURODYNAMICS 8.6(2014):447-464.
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