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|Title:||Nature of spelling errors in a Thai conduction aphasic|
Chiang Mai University
|Keywords:||Arts and Humanities;Neuroscience;Psychology|
|Citation:||Brain and Language. Vol.41, No.1 (1991), 96-119|
|Abstract:||A Thai conduction aphasic's performance on a written confrontation naming task is reported. Analysis of his spelling errors indicated that errors rarely violated Thai phonotactic constraints; consonant substitutions were phonologically similar to the target stimuli; longer stimuli were more likely to be in error; distribution of errors was the same across consonants, vowels, and tones; and distribution of error types varied between segmentals (consonants, vowels) and suprasegmentals (tones). Error patterns were similar to those observed in oral reading and repetition. The pattern of impaired writing performance is discussed in relation to a functional model of the spelling process, and it is hypothesized to reflect primarily a functional lesion to the phonological buffer. © 1991.|
|Appears in Collections:||Scopus 1991-2000|
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