Beyond the visual word form area: the orthography-semantics interface in spelling and reading.

@article{Purcell2014BeyondTV,
  title={Beyond the visual word form area: the orthography-semantics interface in spelling and reading.},
  author={Jeremy J. Purcell and Jennifer M Shea and Brenda Rapp},
  journal={Cognitive neuropsychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={31 5-6},
  pages={482-510}
}
Lexical orthographic information provides the basis for recovering the meanings of words in reading and for generating correct word spellings in writing. Research has provided evidence that an area of the left ventral temporal cortex, a subregion of what is often referred to as the visual word form area (VWFA), plays a significant role specifically in lexical orthographic processing. The current investigation goes beyond this previous work by examining the neurotopography of the interface of… CONTINUE READING
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