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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-29/30 (1972)
1 January - 30 June 1972
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SR-29/30: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Michael T. Turvey. Some Aspects of Selective Readout from Iconic Storage.
1
  Arthur S. Abramson and Leigh Lisker. Voice-Timing Perception in Spanish Word-Initial Stops.
15
  Gloria Jones Borden. Some Effects of Oral Anesthesia upon Speech: An Electromyographic Investigation.
27
  Hajime Hirose and Thomas Gay. Laryngeal Control in Vocal Attack: An Electromyographic Study.
49
  James E. Cutting. A Parallel Between Encodedness and the Magnitude of the Right Ear Effect.
61
  Ruth S. Day and Charles C. Wood.  Mutual Interference Between Two Linguistic Dimensions of the Same Stimuli.
69
  Gary M. Kuhn. The Phi Coefficient as an Index of Ear Differences in Dichotic Listening.
75
  Ignatius G. Mattingly and James F. Kavanagh. The Relationships Between Speech and Reading.
83
  Franklin S. Cooper, Jane H. Gaitenby, Ignatius G. Mattingly, Patrick W. Nye, and George N. Sholes. Audible Outputs of Reading Machines for the Blind.

91

  P. W. Nye, J.D. Hankins, T. Rand, I.G. Mattingly, and F.S. Cooper. Field Evaluation of an Automated Reading System for the Blind.
97
  Jane H. Gaitenby, George N. Sholes and Gary M. Kuhn. Word and Phrase Stress by Rule for a Reading Machine.
105
  Michael F. Dorman. Auditory Evoked Potential Correlates of Speech Sound Discrimination.
111
  Michael F. Dorman, and Robert Hoffmann. Short-Term Habituation of the Infant Auditory Evoked Response.
121
  Diane Kewley Port and Malcolm S. Preston. Early Apical Stop Production: A Voice Onset Time Analysis.
125
  Philip Allen Morse, ABSTRACT: The Discrimination of Speech and Nonspeech Stimuli in Early Infancy.
151
  Robert John Porter, Jr. ABSTRACT: The Effect of Delayed Channel on the Perception of Dichotically Presented Speech and Nonspeech Sounds.
153
  Donna Erickson, Ignatius G. Mattingly, and Michael Turvey. ABSTRACT: Phonetic Coding of Kanji.
155
II. Publications and Reports
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