Deep dyslexia in the two languages of an Arabic/French bilingual patient.

@article{Bland2001DeepDI,
  title={Deep dyslexia in the two languages of an Arabic/French bilingual patient.},
  author={Ren{\'e}e B{\'e}land and Z Mimouni},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2001},
  volume={82 2},
  pages={77-126}
}
We present a single case study of an Arabic/French bilingual patient, ZT, who, at the age of 32, suffered a cerebral vascular accident that resulted in a massive infarct in the left peri-sylvian region. ZT's reading displays the characteristics of the deep dyslexia syndrome in both languages, that is, production of semantic, visual, and morphological errors, and concreteness effect in reading aloud and impossibility of reading nonwords. In the first part of this paper, using a three-route model… CONTINUE READING

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