TB7 B&B Lecture 4; Reading and Writing 2

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1. Shown by pps with surface dyslexia, what is the regularisation effect?

  • Words with regular spellings are read faster and more accurately than irregular spellings
  • Words with irregular spellings are read faster and more accurately than regular spellings
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2. What is characteristic of a patient with graphemic buffer disorder?

  • Deficits specific at the reading level
  • Deficits specific at the semantic level
  • Problems in retention and control of abstract letter reps leading to errors in all output
  • Working memory deficits leading to errors in all output

3. In the central acquired dyslexias, is perception of written words damaged?

  • No, the issue lies in semantics and/or phonology
  • Yes, the issue lies in semantics and/or phonology

4. What is the nature of the double dissassociation between phonological dyslexia and surface dyslexia?

  • Phono = Non words impaired, irregular words preserved. Surface = Nonwords preserved, irregular words impaired
  • Phono = Nonwords preserved, irregular words impaired, Surface = = Non words impaired, irregular words preserved
  • Phono = Non words impaired, irregular words preserved, Surface = Non words impaired, irregular words preserved

5. What are pps with deep dyslexia completely unable to do?

  • Reading concrete > abstract words
  • Read inverted non-words aloud
  • Read function words

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