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Do good and poor readers make use of morphemic structure in English word recognition?
Journal of Portuguese Linguistics
The links between oral morphological awareness and the use of derivational morphology are examined in the English word recognition of 8-year-old good and poor readers. Morphological awareness was assessed by a sentence completion task. The role of morphological structure in lexical access was examined by manipulating the presence of embedded words and suffixes in items presented for lexical decision. Good readers were more accurate in the morphological awareness task but did not showdoi:10.5334/jpl.104 fatcat:7yuyzsxclnhopkoluksu4frih4