Disorders of single word processing

  title={Disorders of single word processing},
  author={Gabriele Miceli},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
In recent years, studies in the cognitive neuropsychology of language have helped in understanding the functional architecture of linguistic processes. It has been shown that recognizing, comprehending and producing a word entails the activation of a complex set of mechanisms, each of which can be selectively impaired as a consequence of brain damage. Investigations of aphasic subjects have demonstrated that the meaning, the pronunciation and the spelling of a word are represented independently… CONTINUE READING

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