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Figures 24 and 68, repeated from the main article (pp. 556–65), are given here in color, with their captions. [End Page A1]

Figure 2. A. Grand average ERP waveforms in response to grammatical (‘the.park-to’; solid line —) and ungrammatical (‘*to-the.park’; dotted line ····) phrases at all twenty-six electrode sites. B. Grand average ERP waveforms for grammatical (—) and ungrammatical (····) phrases at the medial parietal electrode (the electrode in the dotted square in A). C. Topographic scalp isovoltage map of the mean difference (ungrammatical – grammatical conditions, 500 – 800 ms).
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Figure 2.

A. Grand average ERP waveforms in response to grammatical (‘the.park-to’; solid line ) and ungrammatical (‘*to-the.park’; dotted line ····) phrases at all twenty-six electrode sites. B. Grand average ERP waveforms for grammatical (—) and ungrammatical (····) phrases at the medial parietal electrode (the electrode in the dotted square in A). C. Topographic scalp isovoltage map of the mean difference (ungrammatical – grammatical conditions, 500 – 800 ms).

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Figure 3. A. Grand average ERP waveforms in response to congruous (meal- ate ‘ate a meal’; solid line —) and incongruous (book- ate ‘ate a book’; dotted line ····) sentence endings at all twenty-six electrode sites. B. Grand average ERP waveforms for congruous (—) and incongruous (····) endings at the right medial central electrode (the electrode in the dotted square in A). C. Topographic scalp isovoltage map of the mean difference (incongruous – congruous conditions, 300 – 600 ms).
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Figure 3.

A. Grand average ERP waveforms in response to congruous (meal-acc ate ‘ate a meal’; solid line ) and incongruous (book-acc ate ‘ate a book’; dotted line ····) sentence endings at all twenty-six electrode sites. B. Grand average ERP waveforms for congruous (—) and incongruous (····) endings at the right medial central electrode (the electrode in the dotted square in A). C. Topographic scalp isovoltage map of the mean difference (incongruous – congruous conditions, 300 – 600 ms).

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Figure 4. A. Grand average ERP waveforms in response to canonical (solid line —) and scrambled (dotted line ····) word order sentences at the nominative-marked NP, all twenty-six electrode sites. B. Grand average ERP waveforms for canonical (—) and scrambled (····) word orders at the left medial frontal electrode (the electrode in the dotted square in A). C. Topographic scalp isovoltage map of the mean difference at ‘principal-’ (scrambled – canonical word order conditions, 300 – 600 ms). D. Topographic scalp isovoltage map of the mean difference at ‘school-’ (scrambled – canonical word order conditions, 800 – 1100 ms post-stimulus onset of ‘principal-’).
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Figure 4.

A. Grand average ERP waveforms in response to canonical (solid line ) and scrambled (dotted line ····) word order sentences at the nominative-marked NP, all twenty-six electrode sites. B. Grand average ERP waveforms for canonical (—) and scrambled (····) word orders at the left medial frontal electrode (the electrode in the dotted square in A). C. Topographic scalp isovoltage map of the mean difference at ‘principal-nom’ (scrambled – canonical word order conditions, 300 – 600 ms). D. Topographic scalp isovoltage map of the mean difference at ‘school-gen’ (scrambled – canonical word order conditions, 800 – 1100 ms post-stimulus onset of ‘principal-nom’).

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Figure 6. A. Grand average ERP waveforms in response to NP- in subject (‘publisher- secretly’; solid line —) and object relative clauses (‘publisher- secretly’; dotted line ····) at all twenty-six electrodes sites. B. Grand average ERP waveforms for SRs (—) and ORs (····) at the left lateral frontal electrode (the electrode in the dotted square in A). C. Topographic scalp isovoltage map of the mean difference (OR – SR conditions, 300 – 600 ms).
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Figure 6.

A. Grand average ERP waveforms in response to NP-acc/nom in subject (‘publisher-acc secretly’; solid line ) and object relative clauses (‘publisher-nom secretly’; dotted line ····) at all twenty-six electrodes sites. B. Grand average ERP waveforms for SRs () and ORs (····) at the left lateral frontal electrode (the electrode in the dotted square in A). C. Topographic scalp isovoltage map of the mean difference (OR – SR conditions, 300 – 600 ms).

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Figure 7. A. Grand average ERP waveforms in response to the relative clause verb and head noun positions (‘exploit- senator- office-to’) in subject (solid line —) and object relative clauses (dotted line ····) at all twenty-six electrode sites. B. Grand average ERP waveforms for SR (—) and OR (····) conditions at the left lateral frontal electrode (the electrode in the dotted square in A). C. Topographic scalp isovoltage map of the mean difference at the relative clause verb (OR – SR conditions, 300 – 600 ms). D. Topographic scalp isovoltage map of the mean difference at the head noun (OR – SR conditions, 800 – 1100 ms post-stimulus onset of the relative clause verb).
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Figure 7.

A. Grand average ERP waveforms in response to the relative clause verb and head noun positions (‘exploit-adn senator-gen office-to’) in subject (solid line ) and object relative clauses (dotted line ····) at all twenty-six electrode sites. B. Grand average ERP waveforms for SR () and OR (····) conditions at the left lateral frontal electrode (the electrode in the dotted square in A). C. Topographic scalp isovoltage map of the mean difference at the relative clause verb (OR – SR conditions, 300 – 600 ms). D. Topographic scalp isovoltage map of the mean difference at the head noun (OR – SR conditions, 800 – 1100 ms post-stimulus onset of the relative clause verb).

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Figure 8. A. Grand average ERP waveforms in response to the head noun (and following word/ejel: ‘senator- office-to’) of subject (solid line —) and object relative clauses (dotted line ····) at all twenty-six electrode sites, with rebaselining. B. Grand average ERP waveforms for SR (—) and OR (····) conditions at the left lateral frontal electrode (the electrode in the dotted square in A). C. Topographic scalp isovoltage map of the mean difference at the head noun (OR – SR conditions, 300 – 600 ms).
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Figure 8.

A. Grand average ERP waveforms in response to the head noun (and following word/ejel: ‘senator-gen office-to’) of subject (solid line ) and object relative clauses (dotted line ····) at all twenty-six electrode sites, with rebaselining. B. Grand average ERP waveforms for SR () and OR (····) conditions at the left lateral frontal electrode (the electrode in the dotted square in A). C. Topographic scalp isovoltage map of the mean difference at the head noun (OR – SR conditions, 300 – 600 ms).

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Nayoung Kwon
Konkuk University
Robert Kluender
University of California, San Diego
Marta Kutas
University of California, San Diego
Maria Polinsky
Harvard University

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ISSN
1535-0665
Print ISSN
0097-8507
Pages
A1-A7
Launched on MUSE
2013-09-27
Open Access
No
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