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Thesis Advisor毕鸿燕
Degree Grantor中国科学院研究生院
Place of Conferral北京
Degree Discipline发展与教育心理学
Keyword声旁正字法家族 汉字命名 发展 Fmri
Other AbstractThe third grade, fifth grade and junior high school Chinese children participated  in present study concerning the neighborhood size effect in  Chinese  reading processing.
With the aim of exploration of the cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying this effect during development,  naming task and fMRI experiment  were conducted.  The results  from  behavior and neural activity  shown  that  neighborhood size effect already existed in children with early reading experience.  Large neighborhood  facilitated phonological retrieval for the third and fifth grade children, inhibited naming for  high school children. Brain activations relative to the neighborhood size effect revealing that left middle frontal gyrus was significantly activated more for small neighborhood compared to large one for grade 3 and 5 children, suggesting the facilitation of large neighborhood.  In  addit ion, imaging results identified greater activation in left inferior frontal gyrus for large than small neighborhood  indicating  interference  of higher-frequency  neighbors regarding  junior high school, this  result  suggested  that the effect of neighborhood close to that of adult, but were still not fully mature.
Subject Area心理语言学
Document Type学位论文
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GB/T 7714
李青林. 汉字命名过程中声旁正字法家族效应的发展研究[D]. 北京. 中国科学院研究生院,2009.
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