Differences in sensory processing of German vowels and physically matched non-speech sounds as revealed by the mismatch negativity (MMN) of the human event-related brain potential (ERP)
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Highlights•Stimulus complexity has been neglected in MMN studies with speech and non-speech.•We control for stimulus complexity and the difficulty of contrasts.•We find a lower MMN for spectrally rotated vowels compared to vowels.•Salient contrasts for the German language evoke the largest MMN.•Stimulus complexity does not explain differences of MMN in speech and non-speech.

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