A new model of letter string encoding: simulating right neglect dyslexia.

@article{Whitney1999ANM,
  title={A new model of letter string encoding: simulating right neglect dyslexia.},
  author={Carol Whitney and Rita Sloan Berndt},
  journal={Progress in brain research},
  year={1999},
  volume={121},
  pages={143-63}
}
Introduction Cognitive models of how oral reading is normally accomplished are typically developed and tested on the basis of experimental data gathered from skilled readers. Increasingly, however, information from other sources is playing an important role in the elaboration of such models. Detailed analyses of the eeects of focal brain lesions on skills such as oral reading can place limits on the possible types of relationships that might exist among hypothesized processing components see, e… CONTINUE READING

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