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Phonological decoding ability, spatial attention, and event-related potentials


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Matthews, Allison J (2006) Phonological decoding ability, spatial attention, and event-related potentials. PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.

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Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
Keywords: Dyslexia, Reading disability
Copyright Holders: The Author
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Available for library use only and copying in accordance with the Copyright Act 1968, as amended. Thesis (PhD)--University of Tasmania, 2008. Includes bibliographical references. Ch. 1. Reading development, word recognition and developmental dyslexia -- Ch. 2. Neurobiological explanations of dyslexia -- Ch. 3. Attention and reading ability -- Ch. 4. Electrophysiology, attention and dyslexia -- Ch. 5. General rationale & aims -- Ch. 6. Experiment 1: visual search for feature conjunctions and phonological decoding ability -- Ch. 7. Experiment 2: ERP correlates of flanker and cue-size effects among good and poor adult phonological decoders -- Ch. 8. Experiment 3: electrophysiological indices of global/local processing in good and poor phonological decoders -- Ch. 9. Experiment 4: electrophysiological indices of covert orienting in good and poor phonological decoders -- Ch. 10. Experiment 5: phonological decoding ability and electrophysiological indices of spatial attention during cued phonologicval and orthographic decision tasks -- Ch. 11. General discussion and conclusions

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