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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-27 (1971)
1 July - 30 September 1971
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SR-27: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

II.

Introductory Note

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

1
  Franklin S. Cooper. How is Language Conveyed by Speech?
3
  Ignatius G. Mattingly. Reading, the Linguistic Process, and Linguistic Awareness.
23
  Donald Shankweiler and Isabelle Y. Liberman. Misreading: A Search for Causes.
35
  Alvin M. Liberman, Ignastius G. Mattingly, and Michael T. Turvey. Language Codes and Memory Codes.
59
  Ignatuis G. Mattingly. Speech Clues and Sign Stimuli.
89
  Philip Lieberman.  On the Evolution of Human Language.
113
  Leigh Lisker and Arthur S. Abramson.  Distinctive Features and Laryngeal Control.
133
  Michael Studdert-Kennedy and Kerstin Hadding. Auditory and Linguistic Processes in the Perception of Intonation Contours.
153
  Leigh Lisker and Arthur S. Abramson. Glottal Modes in Consonant Distinctions.
175
  Arthur S. Abramson and Leigh Lisker. Voice Timing in Korean Stops.
179
  Ruth S. Day and Charles C. Wood. Interactions Between Linguistic and Nonlinguistic Processing.
185
  Ruth S. Day, James E. Cutting, and Paul M. Copeland. Perception of Linguistic and Nonlinguistic Dimensions of Dichotic Stimuli.
193
  C. J. Darwinl. Dichotic Backward Masking of Complex Sounds.
199
  David Bob Pisoni. ABSTRACT: On the Nature of Categorical Perception of Speech Sounds.
209
  Isabelle Y. Liberman, Donald Shankweiler, Charles Orlando, Katherine S. Harris, and Fredericka B. Berti.  ERRATUM: Letter Confusions and Reversals of Sequence in the Beginning Reader.
211
II. Publications and Reports
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