ERP and behavioral evidence for interaction/cascade between central (linguistic) and peripheral (motor) processes during word handwriting

Abstract : Models of handwritten language production make a distinction between central (access to semantic, orthographic and phonological information) and peripheral (allographic and gesture planning) processes (see van Galen, 1991; Rapp, 2002). Though, this is still a matter of debate whether these central and peripheral modules are processed in a cascaded or in a serial way (Delattre, Barry & Bonin, 2006; Damian & Stadthagen-Gonzalez, 2009). In the same view, another question still debated is ”do central and peripheral processes ‘interact’ in handwritten word production compared to oral naming”?
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Mélanie Jucla, Samuel Planton, Jean-François Démonet, Christiane Soum-Favaro. ERP and behavioral evidence for interaction/cascade between central (linguistic) and peripheral (motor) processes during word handwriting. International worshop on writing, Jul 2015, Poitiers, France. 2015. ⟨hal-01224891⟩

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