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Correction: Voice Congruency Facilitates Word Recognition

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Correction: Voice Congruency Facilitates Word Recognition

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There are a number of errors in the legend for Figure 2, “Word Recognition Test – Panel of Electrodes.” Please see the complete, corrected Figure 2 here.

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Figure 2. Word Recognition Test – Panel of Electrodes.

The three different speaker conditions are collapsed into the “OldWords - Different Speakers” condition shown here.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0058778.g002

There is an error in the sixth sentence of the fifth paragraph of the Introduction. The correct sentence is: Based on observed ERP latencies, including a source-related positivity over the prefrontal scalp region starting at 800 ms after word onset, they concluded that voice information was retrieved after word information, suggesting a hierarchical system.

There is an error in the fourth and fifth sentences of the last paragraph of the Introduction. The correct sentence is: In addition, we predict a late frontal deflection in the source task at a somewhat earlier latency than the one found by Senkfor and Van Petten [19]. Moreover, though this modulation has typically been investigated post-retrieval, recent work by Hayama et al. [20] has indicated that the traditionally right-lateralized frontal deflection might actually index decision/judgment processes.

Reference

  1. 1. Campeanu S, Craik FIM, Alain C (2013) Voice Congruency Facilitates Word Recognition. PLoS ONE 8(3): e58778