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Does consonant–vowel skeletal structure play a role early in lexical processing? Evidence from masked priming
(Applied Psycholinguistics, 2018)
Is the specific consonant–vowel (CV) letter combination of a word a basic source of information for lexical access in the early stages of processing? We designed two masked priming lexical decision experiments to respond ...
Cross-linguistic interactions influence reading development in bilinguals: a comparison between early balanced French-Basque and Spanish-Basque bilingual children
(Developmental Science, 2016)
This study investigates whether orthographic consistency and transparency of languages have an impact on the development of reading strategies and reading sub-skills (i.e. phonemic awareness and visual attention span) in ...
Does the visual attention span play a role in the morphological processing of orthographic stimuli?
(Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 2019)
We investigated whether the link between visual attention (VA) span and reading is modulated by the presence of morphemes. Second and fourth grade children, with Basque as their first language, named morphologically complex ...