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Cross-cultural effect on the brain revisited: Universal structures plus writing system variation

Type: 
Peer-reviewed Article

Recognizing printed words requires the mapping of graphic forms, which vary with writing systems, to linguistic forms, which vary with languages. Using a newly developed meta-analytic approach, aggregated Gaussian-estimated sources (AGES; Chein et al. [2002]: Psychol Behav 77:635–639), we examined the neuroimaging results for word reading within and across writing systems and languages.

Publication: 
Human Brain Mapping
Year: 
2005
Volume: 
25(1)
Pages: 
92-104
Notes: 
DOI: 10.1002/hbm.20124
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