Tasks were presented in blocks. In the localizer run, there were 10 blocks for each task, which were arranged in a different pseudorandom order for each participant. Stimulus presentation was controlled using E-Prime (Psychology Software Tools). Most of the tasks were modeled on those featured in a previous, highly influential publication (7) on the impact of literacy on the visual system.

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