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2. What areas are connected to the vwfa from the ventral route?

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

3. Graphomotor patterns

  • Movement commands specifying the direction force and duration of a movement
  • Letter forms

4. What does the right hemisphere hypothesis posit re; deep dyslexia?

  • Extensive left hemisphere damage means that access to meaning has to occur in right hemi, which is unable to perform GPC conversion or precise semantics
  • Extensive right hemisphere damage means that access to meaning has to occur in left hemi, which is unable to perform GPC conversion or precise semantics

5. Which stage in 'steps towards writing' would a patient with afferent dysgraphia/parkinsons be impaired in?

  • Executing graphomotor pattern
  • Grapheme selection
  • Allograph selection

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