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is a theoretical component of Coltheart's dual-route reading model that refers to using spelling-to-sound correspondences to convert a written word (i.e. orthography) into a spoken word (i.e. phonology). In other words, it is the route by which letters are linked to their sounds and the sounds are assembled into a whole word pronunciation. It complements the lexical route where the whole word is recognized and linked to its sound.
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JDevlin about seven years ago.

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"Whether or not a sublexical route of reading truly exists is hotly contested. As a result I made the assertions as conjecture rather than as fact."
JDevlin (about seven years ago)

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