Representation of Geminate Letters in Typed Word Production

Brody, Renee S.


  • Writing a word requires its spelling information to be retrieved as a set of abstract grapheme identities, and then for those graphemes to be held in working memory until articulation is finished. Geminate, or doubled, letters are not represented as independent copies, but rather are processed as a single unit on at least some level of the writing process. The present study compared typed ... read more
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