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  1. Naama Friedmann, Aviah Gvion & Roni Nisim (2015). Insights From Letter Position Dyslexia on Morphological Decomposition in Reading. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9.
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    Naama Friedmann & Aviah Gvion (2002). Modularity in Developmental Disorders: Evidence From Specific Language Impairment and Peripheral Dyslexias. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (6):756-757.
    Evidence from various subtypes of Specific Language Impairment and developmental peripheral dyslexias is presented to support the idea that even developmental disorders can be modular. However, in developmental letter position dyslexia and neglect dyslexia we show that additional errors can occur because of insufficient orthographic-lexical knowledge.
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  3. Naama Friedmann & Aviah Gvion (2012). An Even More Universal Model of Reading: Various Effects of Orthography on Dyslexias. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35 (5):285-286.
    The properties of a specific orthography dictate the way people read it. We bring considerations from dyslexia to suggest that the claim can be extended further. First, the effect of orthographic neighborhood density can be extended beyond letter-position encoding and beyond the orthographic lexicon. Second, Hebrew and Arabic differ with respect to letter forms, and hence, in letter-position encoding.
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  4. Aviah Gvion & Naama Friedmann (2016). A Principled Relation Between Reading and Naming in Acquired and Developmental Anomia: Surface Dyslexia Following Impairment in the Phonological Output Lexicon. Frontiers in Psychology 7.
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