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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-51/52 (1977)
1 July - 31 December 1977
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SR-51/52: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Peter J. Bailey, Quentin Summerfield and Michael Dorman. On The Identification of Sine-Wave Analogues of Certain Speech Sounds.
1
  Robert R. Verbrugge and Donald Shankweiler. Prosodic Information for Vowel Identity.
27
  Elaine Sands, Frances J. Freeman and Katherine S. Harris. Progressive Changes in Articulatory Patterns in Verbal Apraxia: A Longitudinal Case Study.
37
  Frances J. freeman, Elaine S. Sands and Katherine S. Harris.  Temporal Coordination of Phonation and Articulation in a Case of Verbal Apraxia: A Voice Onset Time Study.
47
  Leigh Lisker. Factors in the Maintenance and Cessation of Voicing.
55
  Robert F. Port. The Influence of Tempo on Stop Closure Duration as a Cue for Voicing and Place.
59
  F. William Fischer, Isabelle Y. Liberman and Donald Shankweiler. Reading Reversals and Developmental Dyslexia: A Further Study.
75
  Arthur S. Abramson. The Noncategorical Perception of Tone Categories in Thai.
91
  Thomas Gay. Effect of Speaking Rate on Vowel Formant Movements.

101

  David Dechovitz and Roland Mandler. Effects of Transition Length on Identification and Discrimination Along a Place Continuum.
119
  Bruno H. Repp. Perceptual Integration and Differentiation of Spectral Information Across Intervocalic Stop Closure Intervals.
131
  Mark J. Blechner. Musical Skill and the Categorical Perception of Harmonic Mode.
139
  S. Lea Donald. Phonetic and Auditory Aspects of Adaptation: Evidence from Thai Voicing Contrasts.
175
  Davida R. Rosenblum and Michael F. Dorman. Hemispheric Specialization for speech Perception in Kindergarten Children with Language Deficiency.
183
  William G. Ewan.  Can the Intrinsic F0 Differences Between Vowels Be Explained by Source/Tract Coupling.
197
  Paul Mermelstein. On the Relationship Between Vowel and Consonant Identification When Cued by the Same Acoustic Information.
201
  David Dechovitz. Information Conveyed by Vowels: A Confirmation
213
II. Publications and Reports
223