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Título: The Role of Sublexical Variables in Reading Fluency Development among Spanish Children
Autores: Álvarez Cañizo, Marta
Suárez Coalla, Paz
Cuetos Vega, Fernando
Palabras Claves: orthographic representations
context-dependent graphemes
syllabic frequency
syllabic structure
Fecha Edición: 26-Sep-2017
Editor: Cambridge University Press
Cita Bibliográfica: Álvarez-Cañizo, M., Suárez-Coalla, P. & Cuetos, F. (2018). The role of sublexical variables in reading fluency development among Spanish children. Journal of Child Language, 1-20. doi: 10.1017/S0305000917000541
Resumen: Several studies have found that after repeated exposure to new words, children form orthographic representations that allow them to read those words faster and more fluently. However, these studies did not take into account variables related to the words. The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of sublexical variables on the formation of orthographic representations of words by Spanish children. The first experiment used pseudowords of varying syllabic structure and syllabic frequency. The stimuli for the second experiment were formed with or without context-dependent graphemes. We found that formation of orthographic representations was influenced by syllabic structure (easier for words with simple syllabic structure) and the context-dependency of graphemes (easier in the absence of context-dependent graphemes), but not syllabic frequency. These results indicate that the easier it is to read a word, the easier it is to form an orthographic representation of it.
URI: https://ria.asturias.es/RIA/handle/123456789/10467
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