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Written Language & Literacy
Vol. 6:1 (2003) ► pp. 7191
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Ahr, Emmanuel, Olivier Houdé & Grégoire Borst
2017. Predominance of lateral over vertical mirror errors in reading: A case for neuronal recycling and inhibition. Brain and Cognition 116  pp. 1 ff. Crossref logo
Bassetti, Benedetta
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Blackburne, Liwei King, Marianna D. Eddy, Priya Kalra, Debbie Yee, Pawan Sinha, John D. E. Gabrieli & Zhong-Lin Lu
2014. Neural Correlates of Letter Reversal in Children and Adults. PLoS ONE 9:5  pp. e98386 ff. Crossref logo
Danziger, Eve
2011. Distinguishing three-dimensional forms from their mirror-images: Whorfian results from users of intrinsic frames of linguistic reference. Language Sciences 33:6  pp. 853 ff. Crossref logo
de Heering, Adélaïde, Olivier Collignon & Régine Kolinsky
2018. Blind readers break mirror invariance as sighted do. Cortex 101  pp. 154 ff. Crossref logo
de Heering, Adélaïde & Régine Kolinsky
2019. Braille readers break mirror invariance for both visual Braille and Latin letters. Cognition 189  pp. 55 ff. Crossref logo
Dehaene, Stanislas, Kimihiro Nakamura, Antoinette Jobert, Chihiro Kuroki, Seiji Ogawa & Laurent Cohen
2010. Why do children make mirror errors in reading? Neural correlates of mirror invariance in the visual word form area. NeuroImage 49:2  pp. 1837 ff. Crossref logo
Erlikhman, Gennady, Lars Strother, Iskra Barzakov & Gideon Caplovitz
2017. On the Legibility of Mirror-Reflected and Rotated Text. Symmetry 9:3  pp. 28 ff. Crossref logo
Fernandes, Tânia, Mrudula Arunkumar & Falk Huettig
2021. The role of the written script in shaping mirror-image discrimination: Evidence from illiterate, Tamil literate, and Tamil-Latin-alphabet bi-literate adults. Cognition 206  pp. 104493 ff. Crossref logo
Fernandes, Tânia & Régine Kolinsky
2013. From hand to eye: The role of literacy, familiarity, graspability, and vision-for-action on enantiomorphy. Acta Psychologica 142:1  pp. 51 ff. Crossref logo
Fernandes, Tânia, Isabel Leite & Régine Kolinsky
2016. Into the Looking Glass: Literacy Acquisition and Mirror Invariance in Preschool and First-Grade Children. Child Development 87:6  pp. 2008 ff. Crossref logo
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Kolinsky, Régine, José Morais, Laurent Cohen & Stanislas Dehaene
2018. Les bases neurales de l’apprentissage de la lecture. Langue française 199:3  pp. 17 ff. Crossref logo
Kolinsky, Régine & Arlette Verhaeghe
2017. Lace your mind: the impact of an extra-curricular activity on enantiomorphy. Journal of Cultural Cognitive Science 1:2  pp. 57 ff. Crossref logo
Pegado, Felipe, Kimihiro Nakamura, Laurent Cohen & Stanislas Dehaene
2011. Breaking the symmetry: Mirror discrimination for single letters but not for pictures in the Visual Word Form Area. NeuroImage 55:2  pp. 742 ff. Crossref logo
Perea, Manuel, Carmen Moret-Tatay & Victoria Panadero
2011. Suppression of mirror generalization for reversible letters: Evidence from masked priming. Journal of Memory and Language 65:3  pp. 237 ff. Crossref logo
Shapero, Joshua A.
2017. Does Environmental Experience Shape Spatial Cognition? Frames of Reference Among Ancash Quechua Speakers (Peru). Cognitive Science 41:5  pp. 1274 ff. Crossref logo
Soares, Ana Paula, Alexandrina Lages, Helena Oliveira & Juan Hernández
2019. The mirror reflects more for d than for b: Right asymmetry bias on the visual recognition of words containing reversal letters. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 182  pp. 18 ff. Crossref logo
Soares, Ana Paula, Alexandrina Lages, Mariana Velho, Helena M. Oliveira & Juan Hernández-Cabrera
2021. The mirror reflects more for genial than for casual: right-asymmetry bias on the visual word recognition of words containing non-reversal letters. Reading and Writing 34:6  pp. 1467 ff. Crossref logo
2021. Literacy effects on artificial grammar learning (AGL) with letters and colors: evidence from preschool and primary school children. Language and Cognition 13:4  pp. 534 ff. Crossref logo
Winskel, Heather & Tae-Hoon Kim
2021. The Mirror Generalization Process in Reading: Evidence from Korean Hangul. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 50:2  pp. 447 ff. Crossref logo
Zhang, Wenfang, Aiping Ni & Su Li
2021.  Development of orientation sensitivity to Chinese compound characters in 4‐ to 6‐year‐ old children . PsyCh Journal 10:1  pp. 33 ff. Crossref logo

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