Hovius

Ho·vi·us

(hō'vē-ŭs),
Jacob, Dutch ophthalmologist, 1710-1786. See: canal of Hovius.
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Finally, electrophysiological studies in this field have widely explored the cortical signatures associated with noun/verb grammatical classes (Federmeier, Segal, Lombrozo, & Kutas, 2000; Preissl, Pulvermuller, Lutzenberger, & Birbaumer, 1995; Pulvermuller, Harle, & Hummel, 2000, 2001; Rugg, 1984), as well as the influence of properties such as concreteness or imageability during semantic processing of both type of words (e.g., Kellenbach, Wijers, Hovius, Mulder, & Mulder, 2002; Kounios & Holcomb, 1994; Tsai, Yu, Lee, Tzeng, Hung, & Wu, 2009).