Recognition memory for words and event-related potentials: a comparison of normal and disabled readers.

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Visual event-related potentials elicited during a word-recognition memory task were examined for groups of normal and disabled readers (RD). The strong association of reading ability with recognition memory performance endorsed the appropriateness of this signal detection paradigm as a reading-related task. Enhanced amplitude of the P200 component for the… (More)

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@article{Stelmack1988RecognitionMF, title={Recognition memory for words and event-related potentials: a comparison of normal and disabled readers.}, author={Robert M. Stelmack and Benjamin Saxe and N E Noldy-Cullum and Kenneth Campbell and Roseanne Armitage}, journal={Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology}, year={1988}, volume={10 2}, pages={185-200} }