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Title: Chinese spelling – evidence from pen tablets
Authors: Lau, DKY 
Issue Date: 2023
Source: In Y Ye, T Inoue, U Maurer, & C McBride (Eds.), Routledge international handbook of visual-motor skills, handwriting, and spelling: theory, research, and practice, (pp. 429-445). London and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2023
Abstract: Studies that investigated how people decode words from the phonological input (listening) and orthographic input (reading), as well as the encoding of words for phonological output (speaking) and orthographic output (spelling/writing) allow researchers to understand the structure of the lexicon and how lexical representations interact. In this chapter, findings from previous studies investigating the Chinese character writing based primarily on error analyses and the corresponding limitations were first reviewed. Next, new findings obtained from studies investigating Chinese character writing using pen and digital tablets and their theoretical implications were summarized. Finally, future research directions for this topic were suggested.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
ISBN: 9781032255743 (hbk)
9781032255767 (pbk)
9781003284048 (ebk)
DOI: 10.4324/9781003284048-38
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