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This is a language mapping task designed for fMRI, in which subjects are presented sequences of 10-items in rapid serial visual presentation. These sequences can be
1. A sentence with complex syntactic structure
2. A sentence with simple syntactic structure
3. A list of words
4. A sentence of jabberwocky
5. A list of pseudo-words (from the same distribution as jabberwocky)
6. Consonant strings
A probe is then presented and the subject has to respond whether it was one of 10 items of the previously presented sequence.
Each trial lasts 10 seconds.
Contrasts between these conditions can be used to probe syntactic-specific or semantic-specific responses.
Definition contributed by BThirion about eleven months ago

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