Length effect in reading and lexical decision: evidence from skilled readers and a developmental dyslexic participant.

@article{Juphard2004LengthEI,
  title={Length effect in reading and lexical decision: evidence from skilled readers and a developmental dyslexic participant.},
  author={Alexandra Juphard and Serge Carbonnel and Sylviane Valdois},
  journal={Brain and cognition},
  year={2004},
  volume={55 2},
  pages={332-40}
}
A number of experimental data have shown that naming latency increases with length for pseudo-words but not for frequent real words. Different interpretations have been proposed by current models of reading to account for such a length effect. The aim of the present study was to assess the impact of lexicality on length effect in both the reading and lexical decision tasks. For this purpose, skilled readers were asked to either name or make a lexical decision on words and pseudo-words differing… CONTINUE READING
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