Hemispheric differences for orthographic and phonological processing.

@article{Crossman1988HemisphericDF,
  title={Hemispheric differences for orthographic and phonological processing.},
  author={D L Crossman and John Polich},
  journal={Brain and language},
  year={1988},
  volume={35 2},
  pages={
          301-12
        }
}
The role of hemispheric differences for the encoding of words was assessed by requiring subjects to match tachistoscopically presented word pairs on the basis of their rhyming or visual similarity. The interference between a word pair's orthography and phonology produced matching errors which were differentially affected by the visual field/hemisphere of projection and sex of subject. In general, right visual field/left hemisphere presentations yielded fewer errors when word pairs shared… CONTINUE READING

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