Naama Friedmann

Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District, Israel 
Neuropsychology of language
"Naama Friedmann"
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Güven S, Friedmann N. (2021) Vowel dyslexia in Turkish: A window to the complex structure of the sublexical route. Plos One. 16: e0249016
Szterman R, Friedmann N. (2020) The Effect of Syntactic Impairment on Errors in Reading Aloud: Text Reading and Comprehension of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children. Brain Sciences. 10
Güven S, Friedmann N. (2019) Developmental Letter Position Dyslexia in Turkish, a Morphologically Rich and Orthographically Transparent Language. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 2401
Friedmann N, Yachini M, Gvion A, et al. (2019) Non-word writing does not require the phonological output buffer: Neuropsychological evidence for a direct phonological-orthographic route. Journal of Neuropsychology
Dotan D, Friedmann N. (2018) Separate mechanisms for number reading and word reading: Evidence from selective impairments. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior
Khentov-Kraus L, Friedmann N. (2018) Vowel letter dyslexia. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 1-48
Sukenik N, Friedmann N. (2018) ASD Is Not DLI: Individuals With Autism and Individuals With Syntactic DLI Show Similar Performance Level in Syntactic Tasks, but Different Error Patterns. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 279
Güven S, Friedmann N. (2018) Letter Position Dyslexia in Turkish Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 12
Dotan D, Friedmann N. (2017) A cognitive model for multidigit number reading: Inferences from individuals with selective impairments. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior
Ruigendijk E, Friedmann N. (2017) A Deficit in Movement-Derived Sentences in German-Speaking Hearing-Impaired Children. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 689
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