Neglect dysgraphia.

@article{Baxter1983NeglectD,
  title={Neglect dysgraphia.},
  author={D M Baxter and Elizabeth K. Warrington},
  journal={Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry},
  year={1983},
  volume={46 12},
  pages={1073-8}
}
A phonological dysgraphic syndrome is documented in a left handed man with a right-hemisphere lesion. His spelling was significantly affected by word length but neither word frequency nor the orthographical irregularity or word class proved to be relevant variables. Words were spelled equally efficiently forwards as backwards. A clear gradient of letter errors was shown to exist with letters on the left being mis-spelled more often than letters on the right of a word, irrespective of word… CONTINUE READING

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