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Phonology, Orthography, and Reading Process

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Authors
Lee, Chang H.
Issue Date
2004
Publisher
Institute for Cognitive Science, Seoul National University
Citation
Journal of Cognitive Science, Vol.5 No.2, pp. 245-263
Abstract
Since the beginning of experimental research on reading, the majority of
studies have concentrated on what is unique to reading: how do we access the
meaning of a printed word? The main purpose of the study of word recognition
is making a model based on empirical phenomena. There are numerous
models, and the criterion of a good model depends on the degree of its
explaining power about the empirical phenomena. One of the main issues in
making a model is whether the phonological components in a word mediate
the access to the meaning of a word when a reader processes a printed word.
Of course, the orthographic input is necessary to convert letters into the
phonological form of the word. The point is whether phonology mediates the
access to the meaning or whether the initial orthographic input is directly
associated with the meaning.
ISSN
1598-2327
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/70750
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