PHONICS The 'glyph words' experiment

Name of three researchers who conducted 'glyph words' experiment:
Bruce McCandliss, Yuliya Yoncheva, Jessica Wise
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Originally meaning 'a carving'. This is a generic term referring to all forms of written characters
'glyph'
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The skill whereby children link letters to a sounds
"grapheme-phoneme mapping"
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Another term for neural activity that circulates in certain regions of the brain
" brain circuity"
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The activity of memorizing words in their entirety tended to show up in which side of the brain
The right side
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As people in the study tried out new words they'd never practiced before using the grapheme-phoneme focus, they could read new words, the process of figuring out the new words triggered activity in which hemisphere
The left hemisphere
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Originally meaning 'a carving'. This is a generic term referring to all forms of written characters

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'glyph'

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The skill whereby children link letters to a sounds

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Another term for neural activity that circulates in certain regions of the brain

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The activity of memorizing words in their entirety tended to show up in which side of the brain

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