TB7 B&B Lecture 4; Reading and Writing 2

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1. Which of these can be seen from pps with surface dyslexia?

  • Better at regular words high frequency words > irregular low frequency words
  • Better at familiar words > non-words and inverted nonwords
  • Better at concrete words > abstract
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2. How are familiar words processed when we read?

  • Parallel
  • Serial

3. Which places the most demand on control processes?

  • Spelling
  • Reading
  • Talking

4. What areas are connected to the vwfa from the dorsal route?

  • Phonological areas; Auditory-phonology processing (Superior medial/posterior temporal regions) and speech-motor processing (L inferior frontal gyrus and speech-motor cortex)
  • Semantic areas; Left anterior temporal lobe along the inferior temporal lobe
  • Semantic areas; Auditory-phonology processing (Superior medial/posterior temporal regions) and speech-motor processing (L inferior frontal gyrus and speech-motor cortex)
  • Phonological areas; Left anterior temporal lobe along the inferior temporal lobe

5. What do pps with phonological dyslexia read EASIEST?

  • Familiar words > inverted non-words
  • Inverted non-words > everything else
  • Inverted non-words > Familiar words
  • Familiar words > everything else

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