“I can write seven but I can’t say it”: a case of domain-specific phonological output deficit for numbers

@article{Marangolo2005ICW,
  title={“I can write seven but I can’t say it”: a case of domain-specific phonological output deficit for numbers},
  author={Paola Marangolo and Fabrizio Piras and Wim Fias},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2005},
  volume={43},
  pages={1177-1188}
}
While it is established that numbers represent a category-specific semantic domain being dissociable from other semantic domains, it is a debated issue whether the category-specific dissociability persists at a level of lexical processing or whether words and number words are processed by the same lexical mechanisms. In most of the documented cases of brain damage, lexical processing of words and number words was equally spared or impaired. Here, we describe the case of a patient who after… CONTINUE READING