A letter visual-similarity matrix for Latin-based alphabets.

@article{Simpson2013ALV,
  title={A letter visual-similarity matrix for Latin-based alphabets.},
  author={Ian Craig Simpson and Petroula Mousikou and Juan Manuel Montoya and Sylvia Defior},
  journal={Behavior research methods},
  year={2013},
  volume={45 2},
  pages={431-9}
}
Indicators of letter visual similarity have been used for controlling the design of empirical and neuropsychological studies and for rigorously determining the factors that underlie reading ability and literacy acquisition. Additionally, these letter similarity/confusability matrices have been useful for studies examining more general aspects of human cognition, such as perception. Despite many letter visual-similarity matrices being available, they all have two serious limitations if they are… CONTINUE READING

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