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loulia Kovelman
University of Michigan
MorphemeNeurocognitiveCognitive psychologyRhymeSuperior temporal gyrusChinese characters
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#1Ka I. Ip (UM: University of Michigan)H-Index: 4
#2Rebecca A. Marks (UM: University of Michigan)
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Abstract Morphological awareness, the ability to manipulate the smallest units of meaning, is critical for Chinese literacy. This is because Chinese characters typically reflect the morphemic, or morpho-syllabic units of language. Yet, the neurocognitive mechanisms underlying Chinese speakers’ morphological processing remain understudied. Proficient readers (N = 14) completed morphological and phonological judgment tasks in Chinese, in both auditory and visual modalities, during fMRI imaging. Ke...
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