asyllabia

a·syl·la·bi·a

(ā-si-lā'bē-ă),
Form of alexia in which one recognizes individual letters but cannot comprehend them when they are arranged collectively in syllables or words.
[G. a- priv. + syllablē, syllable]

asyllabia

(ā″sĭ-lā′bē-ă) [ ¹an- + Gr. syllabē, syllable + -ia]
A form of alexia in which the patient recognizes letters but cannot form syllables or words.
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Van Agt, Verhoeven, Van Den Brink, and De Koning (2011) determined that life quality and social and emotional development affect asyllabia.