Greek language processing in naive and skilled readers: Functional properties of the VWFA investigated with ERPs.

@article{Proverbio2006GreekLP,
  title={Greek language processing in naive and skilled readers: Functional properties of the VWFA investigated with ERPs.},
  author={Alice Mado Proverbio and Marzia Del Zotto and Alberto Zani},
  journal={Cognitive neuropsychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={23 3},
  pages={
          355-75
        }
}
Neuroimaging studies have provided evidence that the orthographic properties of linguistic stimuli are processed within the visual word form area (VWFA) localised in the left inferotemporal cortex (Cohen & Dehaene, 2004). It is not, however, clear in the literature whether this region responds preferentially to words, distinguishing them from pseudowords, or whether the pseudowords are distinguished from letter-strings on the basis of their orthographic regularity, or again, whether the VWFA… CONTINUE READING
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