Sublexical Orthographic-Phonological Relations Early in the Acquisition of Reading: The Knowledge Sources Account

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Tests are made of an aspect of the "knowledge sources" theoretical account of acquisition of reading in which, contrary to the developmental bypass hypothesis, it is postulated that sublexical relations between orthographic and phonological components are formed very early in learning by spontaneous induction from stored print word experience. Experiments 1… (More)

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