Serial processing in reading aloud: no challenge for a parallel model.

@article{Zorzi2000SerialPI,
  title={Serial processing in reading aloud: no challenge for a parallel model.},
  author={Michele Zorzi},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2000},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={847-56}
}
  • Michele Zorzi
  • Published 2000 in
    Journal of experimental psychology. Human…
K. Rastle and M. Coltheart (1999) challenged parallel models of reading by showing that the cost of irregularity in low-frequency exception words was modulated by the position of the irregularity in the word. This position-of-irregularity effect was taken as strong evidence of serial processing in reading. This article refutes Rastle and Coltheart's theoretical conclusions in 3 ways: First, a parallel model, the connectionist dual process model (M. Zorzi, G. Houghton, & B. Butterworth, 1998b… CONTINUE READING

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