Word-reading (Lectures 7&8) pt. 3

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1. What do brain-damaged patients tell us about phonological mediation?

  • It is necessary, patients can understand no written words/sound patterns
  • It is not necessary, patients can understand some written words, but not sound pattern
  • Their brains have gone loopy loo so nothing
  • It is necessary, patients can understand some written words and sound patterns
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2. What is the prediction of Forster's serial search model?

  • Don't bother
  • Lexicon search for frequency, low frequency easier to find
  • Lexicon search for frequency, high frequency easier to find
  • Lexicon search for frequency, no frequency easier to find

3. What best describes deep dyslexia?

  • Not able to get meaning of the word nor pronunciation
  • Able to get meaning of word, but not pronunciation = phenology not needed
  • Cnat raed de qaeustoin srroy x
  • Phenology needed = able to pronounce, but not understand meaning

4. How does the brain inform us about reading?

  • Non-invasive measures on brain-damaged patients and compare to manipulations used on normal patients
  • Invasive measures on brain damaged patients to compare to normal people
  • Manipulations on brain-damaged patients and brain scans from normal patients
  • It sends nerves to the synapses so the axons go to the dendrites wait wrong subject

5. Who's experiment found showed that phonological mediation still occurs?

  • Van Ostrol - less likely if high frequency words
  • Van Orden - less likely if high frequency words
  • Van Outken - less likely if low frequency words
  • Vin Diesel - boy got guns

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