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from the response to the phonological manipulation, but similar to the one obtained from the segmental manipulation. Interestingly, previous research has suggested that linguistic experience affects the FFR response to a consonant /f/ ([@B30]; [@B2]). Further research might investigate the effects of linguistic experience on the neural response to the consonant /d/. Our experiments, however, did not suggest such an effect. It is interesting to note, however, that three extra participants who did not identify the most frequent rare word in the deviant condition were excluded from the analyses. Thus, we cannot exclude the possibility that, in this group, the effect of phonological experience might have been stronger. Therefore, as suggested by [@B30], it is necessary to use a larger sample of participants, or a larger number of rare words, to confirm the effect of linguistic experience on the FFR response to consonant /d/ during language perception.

Finally, the participants’ gender is a source of concern. In fact, it has been reported that the pattern of FFR change across the syllable may be different for males and females ([@B45]). The results of this study show that the response to the most frequent rare word was different for male and female participants, but the difference was only marginally significant for the F~1~ channel, and absent for the F~2~ channel. Therefore, we can conclude that the effect of gender on the response to the most frequent rare word is minimal. Nevertheless, a limitation of this study is that it did not examine the effect of gender on the ERP response to the rare word itself.

Conflict of Interest Statement

The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.

The authors would like to thank Alessandro Nizzardo for his helpful support in determining the electrophysiological variables of interest.