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Rehabilitation of spelling in a participant with a graphemic buffer impairment: the role of orthographic neighbourhood in remediating the serial position effect.

Abstract:

Graphemic Output Buffer (GOB) disorder is defined as difficulty with the serial output of a sequence of letters in the output stage of the spelling process. In their rehabilitation study with a GOB patient, Sage and Ellis ( 2006 ) found that improvement on treated words generalised to untreated words from the same orthographic neighbourhoods as treated items, but not to other unrelated words. GOB patients frequently show a bow-shaped accuracy curve across letter positions, where letters at th...

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Humphreys, G More by this author
Journal:
Neuropsychological rehabilitation
Volume:
22
Issue:
6
Pages:
890-919
Publication date:
2012
DOI:
EISSN:
1464-0694
ISSN:
0960-2011
URN:
uuid:2a53611e-cec2-450e-91c8-131cdea5727d
Source identifiers:
350599
Local pid:
pubs:350599

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