The inhibitory effect of word neighborhood size when reading with central field loss is modulated by word predictability and reading proficiency
Abstract For normally sighted readers, word neighborhood size (i.e., the total number of words that can be formed from a single word by changing only one letter) has a facilitator effect on word recognition. When reading with central field loss (CFL) however, individual letters may not be correctly...
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