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2. What do pps with phonological dyslexia read EASIEST?

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

3. What is a lexicalisation error?

  • Pronouncing irregular spelling words as if they are regular (pint --> pinnt)
  • A non-word being read as a SIMILAR LOOKING real word (fint --> fine, poat --> boat)
  • A real word being read as a SIMILAR LOOKING non word (fint --> fine, poat --> boat)

4. What kind of errors do pps with phonological dyslexia make?

  • Frequency errors
  • Regularisation errors
  • Lexicalisation errors
  • Phonological errors

5. Which stage in 'steps towards writing' would a patient with alzheimers be impaired in?

  • Allograph selection
  • Grapheme selection
  • Executing graphomotor pattern


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