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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-33 (1973)
1 January - 31 March 1973
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SR-33: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Kerstin Hadding and Michael Studdert-Kennedy. Are You Asking Me, Telling Me, or Talking to Yourself?
1
  M. F. Dorman. Discrimination of Intensity Differences on Formant Transitions In and out of Syllable Context.
13
  James E. Cutting. Phonological Fusion in Synthetic and Natural Speech.
19
  Robert A.Weeks. A Speech Perception Paradox?:  The Right-Ear Advantage and the Lag Effect.
29
  James E. Cutting. Perception of Speech and Nonspeech, with and without Transitions.
37
  Timothy C. Rand.  Dichotic Release from Masking for Speech.
47
  James E. Cutting. Speech Misperception:  Inferences About a Cue for Cluster Perception from a Phonological Fusion Task.
57
  Kuniko Miyawaki, A.M. Liberman, O. Fujimura, Winifred Strange, and J.J. Jenkins. Cross-Language Study of the Perception of the F3 Cue for [r] versus [1] in Speech- and Nonspeech-Like Patterns.
67
  P.W. Nye and J. H. Gaitenby. Consonant Intelligibility in Synthetic Speech and in a Natural Speech Control (Modified Rhyme Test Results)

77

  M. Dorman, D. Kewley-Port, S. Brady-Wood, and M.T. Turvey. Forward and Backward Masking of Brief Vowels.
93
  M.T. Turvey and Robert A. Weeks. Effects of Proactive Interference and Rehearsal on the Primary and Secondary Components of Short-Term Retention.
101
  Edie V. Sullivan and M.T. Turvey. On the Short-Term Retention of Serial, Tactile Stimuli.
123
  Donna Erickson, Ignatius G. Mattingly, and Michael T. Turvey. Phonetic Activity in Reading:  An Experiment with Kanji.
137
  Isabelle Y. Liberman. Segmentation of the Spoken Word and Reading Acquisition.
157
  Philip Lieberman. Linguistic and Paralinguistic Interchange.
167
  Diane Kewley-Port. Computer Processing of EMG Signals at Haskins Laboratories.
173
  Georgije Lukatela. Pitch Determination by Adaptive Autocorrelation Method.
185
  David R. Leidner. An Electromyographic Study of the American English Liquids.
195
  Lawrence J. Raphael and Federicka Bell-Berti. The Role of the Extrinsic and Intrinsic Tongue Muscles in Differentiating the English Tense-Lax Vowel Pairs.
203
  T. Gay, T. Ushijima, H. Hirose, and F.S. Cooper. Effect of Speaking Rate on Labial Consonant-Vowel Articulation.
221
  Philip Lieberman. On the Evolution of Language:  A Unified View.
229
II. Publications and Reports
271