When does speech planning rely on motor routines? ERP comparison of speech and non-speech from childhood to adulthood

Behavioral (Accuracy and Reaction times) and raw ERP data of 53 subjects from 3 different groups: children (7-9 y.o.), adolescents (14-16 y.o.) and young adults (19-30 y.o.) for the delayed speech and non-speech production task combined with an articulatory suppression task.

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    NeuroPsychoLinguistics Lab
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    DOI
    10.26037/yareta:dzlcttmcevbppoqn5dqdv6zrbm
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    Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Publication date20/01/2023
Retention date17/01/2033
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  • Lancheros Pompeyo, Monica Patricia
  • Atanasova, Tanja orcid
  • Laganaro, Marina orcid
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