Procedural and declarative knowledge of word recognition and letter decoding in reading an artificial script.

@article{Bitan2004ProceduralAD,
  title={Procedural and declarative knowledge of word recognition and letter decoding in reading an artificial script.},
  author={Tali Bitan and Avi Karni},
  journal={Brain research. Cognitive brain research},
  year={2004},
  volume={19 3},
  pages={229-43}
}
In a previous study [Cogn. Brain Res. 16 (2003) 325], we found that letter knowledge did not evolve from implicit training on whole-word recognition in an artificial Morse-like script, although the participants were adults, experienced in alphabetical reading. Here we show minimal conditions in which letter knowledge may evolve in some individuals from training on whole-word recognition. Participants received multi-session training in reading nonsense words, written in an artificial script, in… CONTINUE READING

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