Joanna Isselé

Ph.D. Student


My research focuses on the mechanisms of visual word recognition. More specifically, I examine the early steps of orthographic processing in Chinese by studying the functional components implicated in the perception of complex characters.

I am also interested in statistical learning, which is the ability to extract statistical regularities from the world that surrounds us. I investigate the influence of orthographic and phonological statistical learning on reading in Chinese.

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