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This d i c h o t o m y w a s correlated with the degree to which people had difficulty in reading irregularly spelled w o r d s as o p p o s e d to regularly spelled o n e s . T h u s , o n e subject t y p e a p p e a r s to rely heavily on a p h o n e m i c c o d e ; the o t h e r t y p e relies heavily on a visual c o d e . Baron a n d McKillop (1975) h a v e p r e s e n t e d related evidence for p h o netic v e r s u s n o n p h o n e t i c individual differences. T h e s e individual differences a r e quite significant as further s o u r c e s of e v i d e n c e for different kinds of c o d e s and for their practical implications for u n d e r s t a n d i n g reading.
T h e prior allocation of attention to a particular c o d e or m e m o r y location within a c o d e may greatly e n h a n c e the overall efficiency of processing, even w h e n there is no masking or conflict. W h e n a signal o c c u r s , information regarding it a c c r u e s in m e m o r y to s o m e criterion at which time the information can b e selected and related to the c o d e s or goals. T h e selective system may take a measurable a m o u n t of time to o p e r a t e . If the selector is u n c o m m i t t e d , selection may take more time than if a prior expectation for the stimulus is established.
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