Word-recognition processes in normal and dyslexic readers

@inproceedings{Marinus2017WordrecognitionPI,
  title={Word-recognition processes in normal and dyslexic readers},
  author={Eva Marinus and Link},
  year={2017}
}
The marked word-length effect in dyslexic children suggests the use of a letter-byletter reading strategy. Such a strategy should make it more difficult to infer the sound of digraphs. Our main aim was to disentangle length and digraph-presence effects in word and pseudoword reading. In addition, we examined differences in intra-individual variability… CONTINUE READING