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Phonological and orthographic visual word recognition in the two cerebral hemispheres : Evidence from Hebrew

Phonological and orthographic visual word recognition in the two cerebral hemispheres : Evidence from Hebrew

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SMOLKA, Eva, Zohar EVIATAR, 2006. Phonological and orthographic visual word recognition in the two cerebral hemispheres : Evidence from Hebrew. In: Cognitive Neuropsychology. 23(6), pp. 972-989. ISSN 0264-3294

@article{Smolka2006-09Phono-18190, title={Phonological and orthographic visual word recognition in the two cerebral hemispheres : Evidence from Hebrew}, year={2006}, doi={10.1080/02643290600654855}, number={6}, volume={23}, issn={0264-3294}, journal={Cognitive Neuropsychology}, pages={972--989}, author={Smolka, Eva and Eviatar, Zohar} }

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