EARLY ENCODING OF RADICAL POSITION LEGALITY IN CHINESE CHARACTER READING : AN ERP STUDY

@inproceedings{Yum2015EARLYEO,
  title={EARLY ENCODING OF RADICAL POSITION LEGALITY IN CHINESE CHARACTER READING : AN ERP STUDY},
  author={Ync Yum and IF Law},
  year={2015}
}
INTRODUCTION: In the alphabetic writing system, the identity and order of letters in a word have long been studied as important factors in reading. An analogous question in Chinese is how readers identify sublexical orthographic components called radicals and represent their positional information. Taft, Zhu, and Peng (1999) addressed this question by studying characters containing transposable radicals. Since transposable radicals can form multiple characters based on their spatial placements… CONTINUE READING