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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-24 (1970)
1 October - 31 December 1970
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SR-24: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
I. Manuscripts and Extended Reports  
  Leigh Lisker. On Learning a New Contrast
1
  Isabelle Y. Liberman, Donald Shankweiler, Charles Orlando, Katherine S. Harris, and Fredericka B. Berti. Letter Confusions and Reversals of Sequence in the Beginning Reader: Implications for Orton's Theory of Developmental Dyslexia
17
  Emily Kirstein. Perception of Dichotically Presented Steady-State Vowels as a Function of Interaural Delay
31
  Ruth S. Day and James E. Cutting. Perceptual Competition Between Speech and Nonspeech
35
  Ruth S. Day. Temporal Order Perception of a Reversible Phoneme Cluster
47
  Philip Lieberman, Edmund S. Crelin, and Dennis H. Klatt. Phonetic Ability and Related Anatomy of the Newborn and Adult Human, Neanderthal Man, and the Chimpanzee
57
  F. S. Cooper, T. C. Rand, R. S. Music, and I. G. Mattingly. .A Voice for the Laboratory Computer
91
  Franklin S. Cooper, Jane H. Gaitenby, and Ignatius G. Mattingly. Audible Outputs of Reading Machines for the Blind
97
II. Thesis  
  Emily F. Kirstein. Temporal Factors in Perception of Dichotically Presented Stop Consonants and Vowels
        Contents
iii
        Introduction
1
        Experiment 1
7
        Experiment 2
27
        Experiment 3
44
        Experiment 4
53
III. Publications and Reports; Document Control Data
IV.

OFFPRINT: Isabelle Y. Liberman. Basic Research in Speech and Lateralization of Language: Some Implications for Reading Disability.  Bulletin of the Orton Society, 1971, 21, 71-87.

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