• Format

    • Example:
      Use Italic text
  • Emphasise / Emphatic words

  • Correspondent/correspondence

    • Map onto
      The current account maps well onto the views that the N400 refiects the ease or difficulty of accessing features in semantic memory.
  • Pre-mention

    • foreshadow
      To foreshadow those results, in all seven simulations, higher network error cor-responded to larger N400 amplitudes.
  • Difference

  • consequence/result

    • as a result of
  • Converse

    • Conversely
      Conversely, we will argue below that a consistently large prediction error provides evidence for an inconsistency between observed and learnt dynamics and can be used to discriminate among different dynamic stimuli.
  • Regard / relation

    • Regarding
      Regarding the motion task, some variables are fixed in the program such as number of dots, dot speed etc.
  • weak

    • impoverished
      T2 perception was too impoverished for effects on S to be observed.
  • show =

    • reveal
    • depict
      HFA participants did not depict enhanced gaze following after observing eye contact.
  • Treat as =

    • view
      Insofar as eliciting more semantic activity could be viewed as being more difficult.
  • In the present experiments, we therefore compared…

  • All experiments were with healthy volunteers who gave written informed consent before the experiments.

  • We will consider these questions in more detail in the following lines.

  • It is worth pointing out that…

  • Prospective avenues of research exploiting this methodology are proposed.

  • Participants’ Response

  • Stimulus

  • Procedure

  • Relationship

    -Negative

    • reverse relationship
      Thus, the reverse relationship, lower activation corresponding to larger N400 amplitudes, was observed in six of the seven simulations.
  • represent =

    • signify
      A plus sign (+) signifies an identified pathway and a dot (•) signifies a pathway.
  • Important

    • Of note
      Of note, these are positive for values of a > 0 (red/yellow shading)
  • v.

    • differ
      However, it is important to note that their network differed in several respects from ours
  • adj.

    • disproportionate
      For example, high-variance prime arrays might engage attentional or control processes that confer disproportionate benefit on processing of the high-variance target array, an explanation that has been invoked to account for adaptation to conflict between sequential trials.
  • Subject’s Report

    • Report
      Participants reported whether, on average, the tilt of the eight elements fell closer to the cardinal or diagonal axis.
  • Orientation

    • Cardinal or diagonal axis
      Participants reported whether, on average, the tilt of the eight elements fell closer to the cardinal or diagonal axis.
  • Move / Moving

    • shift
      With each new sample, the transfer function (gray lines) shifts fractionally in the direction of the latest sample
  • Order

    • in order of
      The first eight predictors encoded the decision information for each of the eight samples (DU) in order of occurrence
  • Start

    End

    • To this end
      To this end, we defined a new quantity d(DU) k that encoded the absolute dissimilarity in decision information between each sample
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