Speech Monitoring Versus Monitoring of Speech: Electroencephalographic Evidence for an Aspecific Monitoring Process
The Architecture of the Mind - Board: AM-013
Saturday, May 23, 2009, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Yerba Buena 7
Monitoring refers to our ability to control our actions on-line. Monitoring involved in speech production is traditionally considered an inherent part of the language system. We report electroencephalographic evidence that this process might in fact be common to speech and other cognitive abilities, such as visuo-motor decision making.