An fMRI study with written Chinese.

@article{Tan2001AnFS,
  title={An fMRI study with written Chinese.},
  author={Li Hai Tan and Cuiyang Feng and Peter T. Fox and Jia Hong Gao},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={2001},
  volume={12 1},
  pages={
          83-8
        }
}
Event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging (ER-fMRI) was used to investigate how the human brain processes phonology and transforms a word's visual form (orthography) into phonological form during reading in logographic Chinese, a writing system that differs markedly from alphabetic languages. We found that reading aloud of irregular words produced larger MR signal intensity changes over extensive regions involving left infero-middle frontal cortex, left motor cortex, right infero… CONTINUE READING

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