PMID: 533851Dec 1, 1979Paper

Phonological processing in reading: data from alexia

Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry
J Dérouesné, M F Beauvois

Abstract

The reading of four subjects suffering from a phonological reading impairment as a result of a cerebral lesion was tested. A double dissociation observed in their results is strong evidence for the existence of two functionally independent kinds of phonological processing in reading--a graphemic and a phonetic one.

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