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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-31/32 (1972)
1 July - 31 December 1972
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SR-31/32: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  A.M. Liberman. The Specialization of the Language Hemisphere.
1
  Michael Studdert-Kennedy and Donal Shankweiler. A Continuum of Cerebral Dominance for Speech Perception?
23
  Ruth S. Day and James M. Vigorito. A Parallel Between Degree of Encodedness and the Ear Advantage: Evidence from a Temporal Order Judgement Task.
41
  Ruth S. Day, James C. Bartlett, and James E. Cutting. Memory for Dichotic Pairs: Disruption of Ear Report Performance by the Speech-Nonspeech Distinction.
49
  James E. Cutting. Ear Advantage for Stops and Liquids in Initial and Final Position.
57
  M.T. Turvey, David pisoni, and Joanne F. Croog.  A Right-Ear Advantage in th Retention of Words Presented Monaurally.
67
  Michael Studdert-Kennedy. A Right-Ear Advantage in Choice Reaction Time to Monaurally Presented Vowels: A Pilot Study
75
  David Pisoni. Perceptual Processing Time for Consonants and Vowles.
83
  James E. Cutting. A Preliminary Report on Six Fusions in Auditory Research.

93

  M.T. Turvey. Constructive Theory, Perceptual Systems and Tacit Knowledge
109
  Claire Farley Michaels and M.T. Turvey. Hemiretinae and Nonmonotonic Masking Functions with Overlapping Stimuli
127
  M.T. Turvey, Claire Farley Michaels and Diane Kewley Port. Visual Storage or Visual Masking?: An Analysis of the "Retroactive Contour Enhancement" Effect.
131
  Isabelle Y. Liberman, Donald Shankweiler, Bonnie Carter. and F. William Fischer. Reading and the Awareness of Linguistics Segments.
145
  Franklin S. Cooper. Machines and Speech.
159
  J. Gaitenby, G. Sholes, T. Rand, G. Kuhn, P. Nye and F. Cooper. An Automated Reading Service for the Blind.
177
  H. Hirose, L.Lisker, and A.S. Abramson. Physiological Aspects of Certain Laryngeal Features in Stop Production.
183
  Thomas Gay and Hajime Hirose. Effect of Speaking Rate on Labial Consonant Production: A Combined Electromyographic-High Speed Motion Picture Study.
193
  Fredericka Bell-Berti and Hajime Hirose. Stop Consonant Voicing and Pharyngeal Cavity Size.
207
  Gloria J. Borden, Katherine S. Harris, and Lorne Catena. Electromyographic Study of Speech Musculature During Lingual Nerve Block.
213
  Fredericka Bell-Berti and Hajime Hirose. Velar Activity in Voicing Distinctions: A Simultaneous Fiberoptic and Electromyographic Study.
223
  Donna Erickon and Arthur S. Abramson. Electromyographic Study of the Tones of Thai.
231
II. Publications and Reports
239