Cognitive Psychology provides student readers with essential help with all aspects of their first course in cognitive psychology, including advice on revising for exams, preparing and writing course assessment materials, and enhancing and progressing their knowledge and skills in line with course requirements in cognitive psychology.

Speech Perception and Reading
Speech perception and reading
Core Areas
  • Auditory analysis system
  • Auditory input lexicon
  • Connectionist approach
  • Deep dyslexia
  • Dual route model
  • E-Z reader
  • Graphemes
  • Neurological evidence
  • Phoneme response buffer
  • Phonemes
  • Phonological dyslexia
  • Phonological theory
  • Reading
  • Recording eye movements
  • Semantics
  • Semantic system
  • Speech output lexicon
  • Speech perception
  • Surface dyslexia
  • Word identification technique
Learning Outcomes

By the end of this chapter you should be able to:

  • define and understand the concepts outlined above;
  • outline the various techniques used to study reading;
  • describe the key models used to explain speech perception and reading and therefore the contributions of the key thinkers; and
  • critically consider the usefulness of such explanations.
Running Themes
  • Chunking
  • Cognitive neuropsychology
  • Cognitive neuroscience
  • Ecological validity
  • Experimental cognitive psychology
  • Innate
  • Rehearsal
  • Schema
  • Semantics
Introduction
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