Deaf children's phonetic, visual, and dactylic coding in a grapheme recall task


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Keywords grapheme recall, phonetic vs. visual vs. dactylic similarity coding, deaf 14-20 yr. olds & normal 10-14 yr. olds
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DOI 10.1037/h0031226
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