Case-mixing effects on children's word recognition: lexical feedback and development.

@article{Mayall2002CasemixingEO,
  title={Case-mixing effects on children's word recognition: lexical feedback and development.},
  author={Kate Mayall},
  journal={The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={55 2},
  pages={525-42}
}
  • Kate Mayall
  • Published 2002 in
    The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology…
Presenting words in MiXeD cAsE has previously been shown to disrupt naming performance of adult readers. This effect is greater on nonwords than it is on real words. There have been two main accounts of this interaction. First, case mixing may disrupt naming via non-lexical spelling-to-sound correspondences to a greater extent than it disrupts lexical naming. Alternatively, stored lexical knowledge of words may feed back to a visual analysis level during processing of a visually presented word… CONTINUE READING