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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-34 (1973)
1 April - 30 June 1973
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SR-34: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  James E. Cutting. Levels of Processing in Phonological Fusion.
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  James E. Cutting. Phonological Fusion of Synthetic Stimuli in Dichotic and Binaural Presentation Modes.
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  James E. Cutting. Phonological Fusion of Stimuli Produced by Different vocal Tracts.
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  Ignatius G. Mattingly. Phonetic Prerequisites for First-Language Acquisition.
65
  M. T. Turvey. A Note on the Relation between Action and Perception.
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  David B. Pisoni and Jeffrey Tash.  Reaction Times to comparisons Within and Across Phonetic Categories:  Evidence for Auditory and Phonetic Levels of Processing.
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  David B. Pisoni. The Role of Auditory Short-Term Memory in Vowel Perception.
89
  Susan Brady-Wood and Donald Shankweiler. Effects of Amplitude Variation on an Auditory Rivalry Task:  Implications Concerning the Mechanism of Perceptual Asymmetries.
119
  Ruth S. Day. Digit-Span Memory in Language-Bound and Stimulus-Bound Subjects.

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  Ruth S. Day. On Learning "Secret Languages"
141
  M.F. Dorman and Donna S. Geffner. Hemispheric Specialization for Speech Perception in Six-Year-Old Black and White children from Low and Middle Socioeconomic Classes.
151
  Gloria Jones Borden, Katherine S. Harris, and William Oliver. Oral Feedback, Part I:  Variability of the Effect of Nerve-Block Anesthesia Upon Speech. 
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  Gloria Jones Borden, Katherine S. Harris, and Lorne Catena. Oral Feedback, Part II:  An Electromyographic Study of Speech Under Nerve-Block Anesthesia.
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  Hajime Hirose, Charles Y. Lee, and Tatsujiro Ushijima. Laryngeal Control in Korean Stop Production.
191
  F. Bell-Berti and H. Hirose. Patterns of Palatoglossus Activity and Their Implications for Speech Organization.
203
  James E. Atkinson. Abstract:  Aspects of Intonation in Speech:  Implications from an Experimental Study of Fundamental Frequency.
211
  Charles C. Wood. Abstract:  Levels of Processing in Speech Perception:  Neurophysiological and Information-Processing Analyses.
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II. Publications and Reports
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