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Learning through Hand- or Typewriting Influences Visual Recognition of New Graphic Shapes: Behavioral and Functional Imaging Evidence

Marieke Longcamp, Céline Boucard, Jean-Claude Gilhodes, Jean-Luc Anton, Muriel Roth, Bruno Nazarian, Jean-Luc Velay
2008 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
Learning through Hand- or Typewriting Influences Visual Recognition of New Graphic Shapes: Behavioral and Functional Imaging Evidence Marieke Longcamp'”, Céline Boucard’, Jean-Claude Gilhodes’, Jean-Luc  ...  Visual processing of graphic shapes is a very fine spa- tial skill because graphic shapes have precisely defined configurations and orientations that are crucial fea- tures for quick recognition, hence  ... 
doi:10.1162/jocn.2008.20504 pmid:18201124 fatcat:4hjzcok5tnecfdgmg7qeo6whf4

Letter-Like Shape Recognition in Preschool Children: Does Graphomotor Knowledge Contribute?

Lola Seyll, Alain Content
2022 Frontiers in Psychology  
Based on evidence that learning new characters through handwriting leads to better recognition than learning through typing, some authors proposed that the graphic motor plans acquired through handwriting  ...  To that purpose, three groups of preschool children learned new symbols either by handwriting, typing, or composition.  ...  To that purpose, children learned new graphic shapes through handwriting, through typing, or through composition, and performed a 4AFC recognition task after learning.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.726454 pmid:35250685 pmcid:PMC8888515 fatcat:bmmfiln5iram7hd5o3vtsg427i

The impact of graphic motor programs and detailed visual analysis on letter-like shape recognition

Lola Seyll, Florent Wyckmans, Alain Content
2020 Cognition  
Indeed, learning new letter-like shapes through handwriting gave rise to better recognition than learning through typing on a keyboard.  ...  Taken together, the results of the four experiments confirm the importance of the detailed visual analysis and provide no evidence for an influence of motor knowledge.  ...  the motor activity of adult participants while learning new symbols (i.e., unfamiliar graphic line shapes).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2020.104443 pmid:32882469 fatcat:fchz2v3mybhl7cgjwa4ghqht2u

Page 802 of Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Vol. 20, Issue 5 [page]

2008 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
Learning through Hand- or Typewriting Influences Visual Recognition of New Graphic Shapes: Behavioral and Functional Imaging Evidence Marieke Longcamp'”, Céline Boucard’, Jean-Claude Gilhodes’, Jean-Luc  ...  Visual processing of graphic shapes is a very fine spa- tial skill because graphic shapes have precisely defined configurations and orientations that are crucial fea- tures for quick recognition, hence  ... 

The influence of writing on reading: Evidence from the contrast between traditional writing and typing

Zhaoxia ZHU, Li LIU, Lei CUI, Danling PENG
2019 Advances in Psychological Science  
Learning through hand-or typewriting influences visual recognition of new graphic shapes: Behavioral and functional imaging evidence. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 20(5), 802-815.  ...  Handwriting or typewriting? The influence of pen or keyboard-based writing training on reading and writing performance in preschool children. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 11(4), 136-146.  ... 
doi:10.3724/sp.j.1042.2019.00796 fatcat:dahxlzajfvc33dfufdhcjjei2m

Digitizing Literacy: Reflections on the Haptics of Writing [chapter]

Anne Mangen, Jean-Luc Velay
2010 Advances in Haptics  
Haptic perception is involved in exploratory hand movements and object manipulation.  ...  How utterly bound to the physical world of bodies is writing, one of the most awesome products of the human mind.  ...  Furthermore, brain imaging studies (using fMRI, i.e., functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging) show that the specific hand movements involved in handwriting support the visual recognition of letters.  ... 
doi:10.5772/8710 fatcat:oqinaig4cjdgrmkwqnl6nwvxhi

1. Dissertating in Public [chapter]

Kathleen Fitzpatrick
2021 Shaping the Digital Dissertation  
something, changes something or begins anew in the course of her work.  ...  Art thereby transcends its former limits, aiming through the research to contribute to thinking and understanding; academia, for  ...  Visually, this relegates nonverbal media to the status of figures or footnotes, i.e., supporting evidence.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0239.01 fatcat:zcjqmomsizb3rcaqv7xpe6icoq

Handwriting versus keyboard writing: Effect on word recall

A. Mangen, L.G. Anda, G.H. Oxborough, K. Brønnick
2015 Journal of Writing Research  
recognitio typewritin Thirty-six experimen (one list p words wr assessed statistics. analyses s words wri was no ef aspects of fully retai discussed.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank Anne Håland, University of Stavanger, for valuable input during the preparatory phase of this study, and feedback and suggestions from anonymous reviewers contributing  ...  to improving the quality of the article.  ... 
doi:10.17239/jowr-2015.07.02.1 fatcat:ukvfjensdfbtvhgamkxgqjl4y4

Differential impacts of different keyboard inputting methods on reading and writing skills

Wai Ting Siok, Chun Yin Liu
2018 Scientific Reports  
Our findings based on two contrastive writing systems suggest that typewriting methods that tally with the learning principles of a writing system should be used to promote and preserve literacy skills  ...  Orthographic-based typewriters also performed better than pronunciation-based typewriters in Chinese reading and dictation when their age, typewriting skills and pre-University language ability were statistically  ...  This research was supported by an internal research grant of the University of Hong Kong.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-018-35268-9 pmid:30464303 pmcid:PMC6249315 fatcat:zeho5ffhazghdeeimyrig5e534

User Interface Design [chapter]

Elvis C. Foster
2014 Software Engineering  
The next higher level, in terms of universality and complexity, is spoken language.Most people can speak one language, some two or more.  ...  But for those who can, writing is still nowhere near as efficient a means of communication as speaking. In modern times, we have the typewriter, another step upward in communication complexity.  ...  Creating Icon Images ■ Create familiar and concrete shapes. ■ Create visually and conceptually distinct shapes. -Incorporate unique features of an object.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4842-0847-2_11 fatcat:cz6pd4xrnnhx3eqko2ejihessq

Remediation of practices: How new media change the ways we see and do things in practical domains

Giovan Francesco Lanzara
2010 First Monday  
I explore what happens in an established domain of practice when the introduction of new technologies, such as the computer and video recording, requires practitioners to work with a new medium for carrying  ...  The paper shows to what extent a practice is embedded in the medium and discusses the coping strategies that musicians and judges enact in order to make sense of and master the new media, and to reweave  ...  The legal use of visual evidence: The problem of non–verbal behavior In their efforts to make sense of the new tool, the most critical issue raised by the judges was the question whether the videotapes  ... 
doi:10.5210/fm.v15i6.3034 fatcat:v7b6rxxibfgh5kwdjv3euq6hia

Neural Signatures of the Reading-Writing Connection: Greater Involvement of Writing in Chinese Reading than English Reading

Fan Cao, Charles A. Perfetti, Philip Allen
2016 PLoS ONE  
The English L1 sample had learned some Chinese characters through character-writing and others through phonological learning, allowing a test of writing-on-reading effect.  ...  Procedure Behavioral training and testing.  ...  This motorically-enriched orthographic representation affects the visual recognition of the characters through the left MFG, which links the visual form of the character to the motor movements that produce  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0168414 pmid:27992505 pmcid:PMC5161366 fatcat:dlxn6xz64bgopdslwzvowa6epu

Voice driven type design

Matthias Wolfel, Tim Schlippe, Angelo Stitz
2015 2015 International Conference on Speech Technology and Human-Computer Dialogue (SpeD)  
By conducting a user study we have demonstrated that using our proposed approach loudness, pitch and speed can be represented visually by changing the shape of each character.  ...  While the shape of a single typographical character has been treated as an unchangeable property until today, we present an innovative method to adjust the shape of each single character according to particular  ...  However, it is simply thrown away and not used to influence the type design or represented in other graphical form.  ... 
doi:10.1109/sped.2015.7343095 dblp:conf/sped/WolfelSS15 fatcat:wojdvbgo3bd6lbosmkqsdiw5pe

Intermodulation

Laewoo (Leo) Kang, Steven J. Jackson, Phoebe Sengers
2018 Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '18  
This paper integrates theory, ethnography, and collaborative artwork to explore improvisational activity as both topic and tool of multidisciplinary HCI inquiry.  ...  We identify five key features of improvisational actionreflexivity, transgression, tension, listening, and interdependence -and show how these can deepen and extend both linear and open-ended methodologies  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors wish to thank and acknowledge the avid participation and imagination of our collaborating musicians -The Electric Golem, Min Park, and Powerdove -without which this work would  ... 
doi:10.1145/3173574.3173734 dblp:conf/chi/KangJS18 fatcat:xcasb67dpbauhpzt7jdkace3yu

Papers read at the 26th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society

1985 Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society  
Availability of our room block and the special rates are guaranteed only to those whose reservation cards are received three weeks prior to the meeting.  ...  Two limousine companies provide transportat ion to and from the airport; one , costing $4.00, serves all hotels in the downtown area , and the other, costing $5.00, serves only the Boston Park Plaza Hotel  ...  vs. unfamiliar faces despite total verbal recognition failure , and (2) no verbal or psychophysiological evidence that such patients can engage in any substantial new visual learning.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03329844 fatcat:pxwbe5wuizcybb3k5konrlfn6a
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