Examining the Central and Peripheral Processes of Written Word Production Through Meta-Analysis

@inproceedings{Purcell2011ExaminingTC,
  title={Examining the Central and Peripheral Processes of Written Word Production Through Meta-Analysis},
  author={Jeremy J. Purcell and Peter E Turkeltaub and Guinevere F. Eden and Brenda Rapp},
  booktitle={Front. Psychology},
  year={2011}
}
Producing written words requires "central" cognitive processes (such as orthographic long-term and working memory) as well as more peripheral processes responsible for generating the motor actions needed for producing written words in a variety of formats (handwriting, typing, etc.). In recent years, various functional neuroimaging studies have examined the neural substrates underlying the central and peripheral processes of written word production. This study provides the first quantitative… CONTINUE READING
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