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|Title:||Noun–noun compounds in the access to the phonological output buffer|
El Yagoubi, Radouane
|Abstract:||Recent neuropsychological findings support the hypothesis of decomposition of compounds (e.g., Semenza & Mondini, 2006). An interesting question is how phonological forms that have been activated in the lexicon can subsequently access the phonological output buffer. A patient with both phonological dyslexia (he reads via the lexical route and has difficulties in reading via the grapheme-to-phoneme conversion) and phonological output disorder may provide an answer to this question.|
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