- Lexical access and phonological decoding in adult dyslexic subtypesR Duncan Milne
Department of Psychology, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Neuropsychology 17:362-8. 2003..A phonological-decoding deficit in adult dyseidetic dyslexia may be explained by increased involvement of the lexical procedure in phonological assembly under an analogy strategy...
- Mixed lateralization of phonological assembly in developmental dyslexiaR Duncan Milne
Department of Psychology, University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019, Auckland, New Zealand
Neurocase 8:205-9. 2002..This study supports the compensatory role of posterior regions in the right hemisphere together with the left inferior frontal gyrus...
- Anterior-posterior beta asymmetries in dyslexia during lexical decisionsR Duncan Milne
Department of Psychology, Private Bag 92019, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Brain Lang 84:309-17. 2003..Our results therefore suggest compensation through weakness rather than strength, with phonological dyslexics focusing on a grapheme-to-phoneme strategy and dyseidetics focusing on visual word identification...