Anke Wehnelt

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We investigated the neural basis of lexical access to written stimuli in adult dyslexics and normal readers via the Lexicality effect (pseudowords>words) and the Frequency effect (low>high frequent words). The participants read aloud German words (with low or high lexical frequency) or pseudowords while being scanned. In both groups, both Lexicality effect(More)
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