Serial processing and the "phonetic route:" lessons learned in the functional reorganization of deep dyslexia.

@article{Matthews1991SerialPA,
  title={Serial processing and the "phonetic route:" lessons learned in the functional reorganization of deep dyslexia.},
  author={Christine Matthews},
  journal={Journal of communication disorders},
  year={1991},
  volume={24 1},
  pages={21-39}
}
A patient with chronic agrammatic Broca's aphasia presented with symptoms of deep dyslexia, in which it is presumed that phonologic processing of the written message is disrupted. Functional reorganization of the "nonlexical" or phonetic route of reading was undertaken according to principles of A. R. Luria, whereby the patient must learn consciously to control behaviors that had formerly been unconscious and automatic. This patient's responses in treatment made it clear that the phonetic route… CONTINUE READING

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