NGN: writing impact on letter recognition


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Description: A single case study of an individual with acquired dyslexia. We found that dynamic letter displays in which the motion was consistent with a typical letter production sequence improved recognition performance, while other types of motion did not. As of 21 March 2018, in press at Cortex (doi: 10.1016/j.cortex.2018.03.020)


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