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N effect in item ERPs: Left, the ERPs elicited by lexical items with Ns of 1, 5, and 22: the word LAD, and the acronyms LCD and NPR (Liquid Crystal Display and National Public Radio). Right, ERPs elicited by nonlexical items with the same Ns: the pseudoword BAP and the illegal strings of letters BNN and MVH. Individual N is strong predictor of N400 amplitude, regardless of lexical type. 182 S. Laszlo & K. D. Federmeier Summed Log Neighbor Frequency N400 Mean Amplitude (µV) −1 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 tion.