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Modality and Morphology: What We Write May Not Be What We Say
Written language is an evolutionarily recent human invention; consequently, its neural substrates cannot be determined by the genetic code. How, then, does the brain incorporate skills of this type? One possibility is that ...
The analysis of perseverations in acquired dysgraphia reveals the internal structure of orthographic representations
(Taylor & Francis, 2014)
At a minimum, our long-term memory representations of word spellings consist of ordered strings of single letter identities. While letter identity and position must certainly be represented, it is by no means obvious that ...