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Tracking the evolution of orthographic expectancies over building visual experience

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Literate children can generate expectations about the spellings of newly learned words that they have not yet seen in print. These initial spelling expectations, or orthographic skeletons, have previously been observed at the first orthographic exposure to known spoken words. Here, we asked what happens to the orthographic skeleton over repeated visual exposures. Children in Grade 4 (N = 38) were taught the pronunciations and meanings of one set of 16 novel words, whereas another set were unt...

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10.1016/j.jecp.2020.104912

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MSD
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Experimental Psychology
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Economic and Social Research Council
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ES/M009998/1
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Elsevier
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Volume:
199
Article number:
104912
Publication date:
2020-07-27
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2020-05-20
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0022-0965
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English
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1108634
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pubs:1108634
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2020-06-03

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