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Short term storage of grapheme info; impaired on all writing tasks; deletions, substitutions, additions
Impaired grapheme-phoneme conversion; semantically-related errors; difficulty with functors (class --> school)
Allographic, Apraxic, Motor nonapraxic, and spatial or afferent dysgraphia
over-reliance on grapheme-phoneme conversion; phonetic errors in spelling ('school' --> 'skool')
bad writing execution; can't keep straight line, difficulty with spacing letters/words (impaired nondominant parietal lesions/cerebellar dysfunction)
impaired lexical-semantic connection; can't write spontaneously, homonophones, or written naming
defective regulation of movement, speed, & amplitude of writing; disjointed writing; seen in Parkinson's (impared basal ganglia, thalamo-cortical/corticocerebellar motor loop)
acquired writing disorder characterized by errors in spelling, semantics, or syntax and poor construction of the physical features of the written word
bad grapheme-phoneme conversion; lexical-semantic whole-word spelling
grapheme buffer, semantic, deep, phonological, and surface dysgraphia
Poor letter formation; spatial errors, distortions, stroke insertions, deletions; spelling and typing spared(lesion in non-dominant; parietal where graphic motor program is stored)
can't select/generate correct shapes, mix up print, cursive, upper/lower case; oral spelling is spared (parieto-occipital lesion)

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