This special issue describes numerous cases of phonological dyslexia, including a developmental case which has been studied in depth, and two cases of the disorder in Japanese readers. The implications of data from acquired phonological dyslexia for computational models of reading are discussed.Oral reading and comprehension of single words were not impaired on the BDAE . There were some errors on ... MS was asked to read 20 single-syllable, 3- or 4- letter pseudowords; she read only 3 correctly. On a corresponding list of realanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 1996|