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This task presents blocks of fixation and words, with the words varying in the degree to which they are predictable (given the context of the previous words). On each trial, a fixation cross is presented followed by a visual prompt (asterisk) and a sequence of five centrally presented words (in lower case). The experimental variable is the predictability of the terminal, target word, represented in four conditions (Congruent == highly predictable,Incongruent == target word is highly predictable, but the prediction was violated by presenting a terminal word that was inappropriate given the context, Scrambled == initial four words did not establish a context for a grammatical sentence and the target word was not predictable, and Letter String == meaningless letter strings of identical consonants as a control). After presentation of the target word, the participant is asked if the sentence is meaningful. The above description was derived from (and full details are available) here: http://www.jneurosci.org/content/34/8/2871.full
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EXTERNAL DATASETS for contextual semantic priming task
Dataset #1 Generalized Role for the Cerebellum in Encoding Internal Models: Evidence from Semantic Processing
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CONTRASTS

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Generalized role for the cerebellum in encoding internal models: evidence from semantic processing.
Moberget T, Gullesen EH, Andersson S, Ivry RB, Endestad T
The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience (J Neurosci)
2014 Feb 19
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Patients with focal cerebellar lesions show reduced auditory cortex activation during silent reading.
Moberget T, Hilland E, Andersson S, Lundar T, Due-T√łnnessen BJ, Heldal A, Ivry RB, Endestad T
Brain and language (Brain Lang)
2015 Sep 1
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