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Article Dans Une Revue Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology Année : 2006

Les apprentis lecteurs perçoivent-ils les syllabes à l'écrit ?

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The goal of this study was to test if apprentice readers (6-7 to 7-8 years old) and beginner readers (8-9 to 10-11 years old) perceive syllabic units in written words. The paradigm of illusory conjunctions was used because it can determine the infra-lexical units identified at the first steps of the written stimuli process. Two experiments were conducted on children from the first (6-7 years old) to the last years (10-11 years old) of the learning-to-read process. Results have shown that children perceive syllables in letter sequences as soon as the end of the first year of the learning-to-read process. The perception of these units is the result of two information sources: the syllabic phonology and the orthographic redundancy. The syllable could then be a pertinent unit in the learning-to-read process.
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hal-00561028 , version 1 (31-01-2011)

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N. Doignon, Daniel Zagar. Les apprentis lecteurs perçoivent-ils les syllabes à l'écrit ?. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 2006, 60 (4), pp.258-274. ⟨10.1037/cjep2006024⟩. ⟨hal-00561028⟩
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