Patterns of paralexia: A psycholinguistic approach

@article{Marshall1973PatternsOP,
  title={Patterns of paralexia: A psycholinguistic approach},
  author={J. Marshall and F. Newcombe},
  journal={Journal of Psycholinguistic Research},
  year={1973},
  volume={2},
  pages={175-199}
}
A sample of the literature on acquired dyslexia is reviewed with special reference to the nature of paralexic errors. Linguistic studies of six cases of dyslexia are presented, with appropriate neurological and psychological details; there are two cases of each of three hypothesized types of impairment, visual dyslyxia, “surface” (grapheme-phoneme) dyslexia, and “deep” (syntactico-semantic) dyslexia. Finally, a scheme for acquired dyslexia is proposed and related to the error patterns observed… Expand

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