Visual and Phonological Processes in Poor Readers' Word Recognition
Applied Psycholinguistics Volume 19, Number 3, ISSN 0142-7164
In two experiments, poor and normal Dutch readers, matched for reading age, were presented with visual matching tasks on a computer screen. In the first experiment, word and pseudoword letter strings were used. Poor readers needed more time to decode uppercase/lowercase pairs, especially when the pairs consisted of pseudowords. Experiment 2 investigated whether this effect was phonologically or visually mediated. (Author/JL)
Assink, E., Lam, M. & Knuijt, P. (1998). Visual and Phonological Processes in Poor Readers' Word Recognition. Applied Psycholinguistics, 19(3), 471.