TB7 B&B; Lecture 3 Reading and Writing 1

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1. At what point does the vwfa become active according to EEG evidence?

  • Within 10ms before word presentation
  • Within 150-200ms after word presentation
  • Within 150-200ms before word presentation
  • Within 10ms after word presentation
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2. What are patients with pure alexia fast at?

  • Discriminating between physical differences
  • Matching on abstract graphic identity and Reading speed, also INCREASES with the number of letters in a word
  • Matching on abstract graphic identity
  • Reading speed, also INCREASES with the number of letters in a word

3. What does damage to the vwfa or disconnecting the vwfa from visual input cause?

  • Pure dysgraphia
  • Surface dyslexia
  • Pure alexia (letter by letter)
  • Phonological dyslexia

4. What is characteristic of a syllabic language?

  • One symbol per phoneme
  • One symbol per syllable
  • One symbol per word

5. What is a dysgraphia?

  • Intact letter identification, impaired ACCESS of the sounds or meanings
  • Disorders of spelling and/or writing
  • Impaired identification of LETTERS in words

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