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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 13, Number 6, 1 September 1996

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An Investigation of Nonlexical Reading Impairments
pp. 763-801(39)
Authors: Berndt, Rita Sloan; Haendiges, Anne N.; Mitchum, Charlotte C.; Wayland, Sarah C.

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Interpreting a Case of Japanese Phonological Alexia: The Key is in Phonology
pp. 803-822(20)
Authors: Patterson, Karalyn; Suzuki, Tsutomu; Wydell, Taeko Nakayama

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Phonological Alexia in Japanese: A Case Study
pp. 823-848(26)
Authors: Sasanuma, Sumiko; Ito, Hiromi; Patterson, Karalyn; Ito, Tomohiko

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Phonological Dyslexia: Loss of a Reading-specific Component of the Cognitive Architecture?
pp. 849-868(20)
Authors: Farah, Martha J.; Stowe, Robert M.; Levinson, Karen L.

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