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The Resource Surface dyslexia : neuropsychological and cognitive studies of phonological reading, edited by K.E. Patterson, J.C. Marshall, and M. Coltheart

Surface dyslexia : neuropsychological and cognitive studies of phonological reading, edited by K.E. Patterson, J.C. Marshall, and M. Coltheart

Label
Surface dyslexia : neuropsychological and cognitive studies of phonological reading
Title
Surface dyslexia
Title remainder
neuropsychological and cognitive studies of phonological reading
Statement of responsibility
edited by K.E. Patterson, J.C. Marshall, and M. Coltheart
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"A child with developmental dyslexia or an adult with a reading disorder following brain damage might read the word shoe as 'show', why does this happen? Most current information processing models of reading distinguish between two alternative procedures for the pronunciation of a printed word. The difference between these concerns the level at which orthography is translated to phonology in one, the word-level procedure, a word is read aloud with reference to knowledge specific to that whole word. In the other, the sub-word-level procedure, a printed word is pronounced with reference to knowledge about smaller segments which occur in many different words.Both procedures contribute to normal skilled reading and its acquisition. But if one of the procedures is disrupted, then oral reading will be forced to rely on the alternative routine. Surface dyslexia is a general label for any disorder of reading which results from inadequate functioning of the word-level procedure and in consequence abnormal reliance on sub-word level translation from orthography to phonology.Originally published in 1985, this book provides new evidence about the diverse manifestations of surface dyslexia in adult neurological patients and in children with developmental disorders of reading. The data are drawn from speakers of a range of languages with distinct orthographies. Process models for the pronunciation of print are elaborated, and an appendix gives neurological information on the patients reported."--Provided by publisher
Dewey number
616.8553
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • charts
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Coltheart, M.,
  • Marshall, J. C.,
  • Patterson, K. E.,
Series statement
Psychology library editions: Psychology of reading
Series volume
Volume 8
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  • Dyslexia
  • Oral reading
Label
Surface dyslexia : neuropsychological and cognitive studies of phonological reading, edited by K.E. Patterson, J.C. Marshall, and M. Coltheart
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Publication
Copyright
Note
"First published in 1985 by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Ltd."--Title-page verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
chapter I CASE STUDIES OF ACQUIRED SURFACE DYSLEXIA -- chapter I Introduction -- chapter 1 Whole-word and Analytic Translation of Spelling to Sound in a Non-semantic Reader -- chapter 2 Reading and Writing by Letter Sounds -- chapter 3 Lexicalisation and Reading Performance in Surface Dyslexia -- chapter II COMPREHENSION IN SURFACE DYSLEXIA -- chapter II Introduction -- chapter 4 Routes to Meaning in Surface Dyslexia -- chapter 5 Routes and Strategies in Surface Dyslexia and Dysgraphia -- chapter 6 Common Mechanisms in Dysnomia and Post-semantic Surface Dyslexia: Processing Deficits and Selective Attention -- chapter 7 Word Comprehension inSurface Dyslexia -- chapter III SURFACE DYSLEXIA IN VARIOUS ORTHOGRAPHIES -- chapter III Introduction -- chapter 8 Surface Dyslexia in a Language Without Irregularly Spelled Words -- chapter INTRODUCTION -- chapter CASE REPORT -- chapter GENERAL DISCUSSION -- chapter ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- chapter 10 Dyslexia in a DravidianLanguage -- chapter IV SURFACE DYSLEXIA AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF READING -- chapter IV Introduction -- part 11 Surface Dyslexia: Variations Within a Syndrome -- chapter AN EXPANSION OF THE REPRESENTATION OF THE PHONOLOGICAL ROUTE -- chapter CASE REPORTS -- chapter ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- chapter 12 On How We Read Non-Words: Data From Different Populations -- chapter 13 Beneath the Surface of Developmental Dyslexia -- chapter V MODELLING THE PRONUNCIATION OF PRINT -- chapter V Introduction -- chapter 14 From Orthography to Phonology: An Attempt at an Old Interpretation -- chapter 15 Phonological Reading: From Patterns of Impairment to Possible Procedures -- chapter 16 The -- chapter 17 Issues in the Modelling of Pronunciation Assembly in Normal Reading -- chapter VI NEUROLOGICAL APPENDIX -- chapter 18 CT Scan Correlates of Surface Dyslexia
Control code
9781315108346
Extent
1 online resource (xxii, 544 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351609760
Other control number
10.4324/9781315108346
System control number
(OCoLC)1004969747
Label
Surface dyslexia : neuropsychological and cognitive studies of phonological reading, edited by K.E. Patterson, J.C. Marshall, and M. Coltheart
Publication
Copyright
Note
"First published in 1985 by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Ltd."--Title-page verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
chapter I CASE STUDIES OF ACQUIRED SURFACE DYSLEXIA -- chapter I Introduction -- chapter 1 Whole-word and Analytic Translation of Spelling to Sound in a Non-semantic Reader -- chapter 2 Reading and Writing by Letter Sounds -- chapter 3 Lexicalisation and Reading Performance in Surface Dyslexia -- chapter II COMPREHENSION IN SURFACE DYSLEXIA -- chapter II Introduction -- chapter 4 Routes to Meaning in Surface Dyslexia -- chapter 5 Routes and Strategies in Surface Dyslexia and Dysgraphia -- chapter 6 Common Mechanisms in Dysnomia and Post-semantic Surface Dyslexia: Processing Deficits and Selective Attention -- chapter 7 Word Comprehension inSurface Dyslexia -- chapter III SURFACE DYSLEXIA IN VARIOUS ORTHOGRAPHIES -- chapter III Introduction -- chapter 8 Surface Dyslexia in a Language Without Irregularly Spelled Words -- chapter INTRODUCTION -- chapter CASE REPORT -- chapter GENERAL DISCUSSION -- chapter ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- chapter 10 Dyslexia in a DravidianLanguage -- chapter IV SURFACE DYSLEXIA AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF READING -- chapter IV Introduction -- part 11 Surface Dyslexia: Variations Within a Syndrome -- chapter AN EXPANSION OF THE REPRESENTATION OF THE PHONOLOGICAL ROUTE -- chapter CASE REPORTS -- chapter ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- chapter 12 On How We Read Non-Words: Data From Different Populations -- chapter 13 Beneath the Surface of Developmental Dyslexia -- chapter V MODELLING THE PRONUNCIATION OF PRINT -- chapter V Introduction -- chapter 14 From Orthography to Phonology: An Attempt at an Old Interpretation -- chapter 15 Phonological Reading: From Patterns of Impairment to Possible Procedures -- chapter 16 The -- chapter 17 Issues in the Modelling of Pronunciation Assembly in Normal Reading -- chapter VI NEUROLOGICAL APPENDIX -- chapter 18 CT Scan Correlates of Surface Dyslexia
Control code
9781315108346
Extent
1 online resource (xxii, 544 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351609760
Other control number
10.4324/9781315108346
System control number
(OCoLC)1004969747

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