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Visual exploration pattern in hemineglect

Müri, René ; Cazzoli, D. ; Nyffeler, T. ; Pflugshaupt, T.

In: Psychological Research, 2009, vol. 73, no. 2, p. 147-157

Université de Fribourg

Balanced bilinguals favor lexical processing in their opaque language and conversion system in their shallow language

Buetler, Karin A. ; Rodríguez, Diego de León ; Laganaro, Marina ; Müri, René ; Nyffeler, Thomas ; Spierer, Lucas ; Annoni, Jean-Marie

In: Brain and Language, 2015, vol. 150, p. 166–176

Referred to as orthographic depth, the degree of consistency of grapheme/phoneme correspondences varies across languages from high in shallow orthographies to low in deep orthographies. The present study investigates the impact of orthographic depth on reading route by analyzing evoked potentials to words in a deep (French) and shallow (German) language presented to highly proficient bilinguals....

Université de Fribourg

Language context modulates reading route: an electrical neuroimaging study

Buetler, Karin A. ; Rodríguez, Diego de León ; Laganaro, Marina ; Müri, René ; Spierer, Lucas ; Annoni, Jean-Marie

In: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2014, vol. 8, p. article 83

Introduction: The orthographic depth hypothesis (Katz and Feldman, 1983) posits that different reading routes are engaged depending on the type of grapheme/phoneme correspondence of the language being read. Shallow orthographies with consistent grapheme/phoneme correspondences favor encoding via non-lexical pathways, where each grapheme is sequentially mapped to its corresponding phoneme. In...