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Answered By: Lauren Jackson-Beck
Last Updated: Jun 26, 2014     Views: 5

You will want to use the EBSCO databases. Select all databases to search. This will allow you to cover multiple databases for your search. Then, you will want to use the advanced search buttons so you can add several keywords for your search. Try using words like: word recognition (in quotations), reading, action. Look at the results list and the subject terms used in the results. You can often find synonyms or related words and phrases to search. The link below is for a screen capture for a search in Ebsco databases. For your topic, you should be able to find plenty of results.

http://screencast.com/t/vkmQKNVUNU