Hierarchical Structure in Sequence Processing: How to Measure It and Determine Its Neural Implementation

Topics in Cognitive Science 12 (3):910-924 (2020)
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Spoken language consists of a linear sequence of units, from which the existence of particular underlying hierarchical processing mechanisms is inferred. Uddén et al. use graph theory to provide a framework for describing the possible structural relationships that may underlie a linear output sequence. Being more explicit in defining different structures can help identifying and testing for such structures in AGL experiments, as well as help showing how behavioral and neuroimaging data reveals signatures of hierarchical processing in humans.



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