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Psychological structure of written speech in modern foreign neuropsychology

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The paper considers the current foreign ideas on the structure of written speech in terms of the principle of the system structure of mental functions. It is shown that written speech is considered as a multicomponent structure within the framework of the presently dominating foreign concept Р a double route model. This structure includes both elements common to other functions and those specific only for writing. The performed analysis allows determination of the theoretical standpoint common to the Russian and foreign neuropsychological concepts of the structure of speech processes.


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Mikadze Yu.V., Skvortsov A.A., Kozintseva E.G., Zaikova A.V., Ivanova M.V. Psychological structure of written speech in modern foreign neuropsychology. Neurology, Neuropsychiatry, Psychosomatics. 2012;4(2):21-30. (In Russ.)

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