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Preorthographical constraints on visual word recognition: evidence from a case study of developmental surface dyslexia.

Bibliographic reference Dubois, Matthieu ; De Micheaux, Pierre Lafaye ; Noël, Marie-Pascale ; Valdois, Sylviane. Preorthographical constraints on visual word recognition: evidence from a case study of developmental surface dyslexia.. In: Cognitive neuropsychology, Vol. 24, no. 6, p. 623-60 (2007)
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