Phonological coding in word reading: Evidence from hearing and deaf readers

@article{Hanson1987PhonologicalCI,
  title={Phonological coding in word reading: Evidence from hearing and deaf readers},
  author={V. L. Hanson and C. Fowler},
  journal={Memory & Cognition},
  year={1987},
  volume={15},
  pages={199-207}
}
The ability of prelingually, profoundly deaf readers to access phonological information during reading was investigated in three experiments. The experiments employed a task, developed by Meyer, Schvaneveldt, and Ruddy (1974), in which lexical decision response times (RTs) to orthographically similar rhyming (e.g., WAVE-SAVE) and nortrhyming (e.g., HAVE-CAVE) word pairs were compared with RTs to orthographically and phonologically dissimilar control word pairs. The subjects of the study were… Expand
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