Task-related influences on neurophysiological assessment of auditory rhyme: Implications for clinical studies

Conclusions
Auditory rhyme processing can be studied at the group level by a passive neurophysiological measurement. In such a test, one should focus on the anterior positivity, which seems to reflect automatic rhyme detection. Future research is needed to make this task more reliable for studying rhyme detection at the individual level.

from Clinical Neurophysiology

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