Is oral spelling recognition dependent on reading or spelling systems? dissociative evidence from two single case studies.

@article{Forde2005IsOS,
  title={Is oral spelling recognition dependent on reading or spelling systems? dissociative evidence from two single case studies.},
  author={Emer M E Forde and Glyn W. Humphreys},
  journal={Cognitive neuropsychology},
  year={2005},
  volume={22 2},
  pages={169-81}
}
Recognition of orally spelt words is an unusual task, not commonly encountered in everyday life, but it can be surprising well preserved in patients with brain damage. There is, however, considerable debate over the cognitive abilities that are required to successfully perform this task. The main controversy has centred on whether oral spelling recognition is parasitic on the processes normally involved in spelling aloud or in reading. We describe a patient (FL) who showed a similar pattern of… CONTINUE READING

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