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1082  Gafos, D.  (1998).  Eliminating Long-Distance Consonantal Spreading. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory  16: 223-278.

1295  Gafos, A. & Benus, S. (2003).On neutral vowels in Hungarian. Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.  Barcelona, Spain.August 3-9, 2003. Universitat Auto`noma de Barcelona.

1680 Gafos, A., Dye, A., (2011).  Vowel harmony: transparent and opaque vowels.  In The Blackwell companion to Phonology, Eds. Marc van Oostendorp, colin J. Ewen, Elizabeth Hume and Keren Rice, pp. 2164-2189, Wiley-Blackwell.
84     Gaitenby, J. H. (1966). The machine conversion of print to speech. 11th Annual Conference on Linguistics, 114-126.

1397 Galantucci, B. (2005).  An Experimental Study of the Emergence of Human Communication Systems.  Cognitive Science, v. 29, pp. 737-767
1402  Galantucci, B. (2005).  Looking for a sign.  The Economist, (Science & Technology),  Nov. 10th 2005, pp. 86.
1430 Galantucci, B., Fowler, C.A., & Turvey, M.T. (2006).  The motor theory of speech perception reviewed.  Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, v.13:no.3, pp. 361-377.

1515 Galantucci, B. & Steels, L. (2008).  The emergence of embodied communication in artificial agents and humans.  In Wachsmuth, I., Lenzen, M., Knoblich, G., Embodied Communication in Humans and Machines, Oxford Publications, pp. 229-256.
1533 Galantucci, B., Sebanz, N. (2009).  Joint Action:  Current Perspectives.  Topics in Cognitive Science, v. 1, pp. 255-259.
1534 Galantucci, B. (2009).  Experimental Semiotics:  A New Approach for Studying Communication as a Form of Joint Action.  Topics in Cognitive Science, v.1, pp. 393-410.
1542 Galantucci, B., Fowler, C.A. & Goldstein, L. (2009).  Perceptuomotor compatibility effects in speech.  Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, v. 71:no.5, pp. 1138-1149.
1583 Galantucci, B. & Garrod, S. (2010).  Experimental semiotics - A new approach for studying the emergency and the evolution of human communication.  Interaction Studies, v. 11:no.1, pp. 1-13.
1584 Galantucci, B., Kroos, C. & Rhodes, T. (2010).  The effects of rapidity of fading on communication systems.  Interaction Studies, v. 11:no.1, pp. 100-111.
1633 Galantucci, B. & Garrod, S. (2011).  Experimental semiotics:  a review.  Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, v.5, Article 11, pp. 1-15.
1685 Galantucci, B. (2011).  The cultural approach to language is ripe, let us expand our options to test it empirically - Commentary on "Modeling the cultural evolution of Language" by Luc Steels.  Physics of Life Reviews, v. 8, pp. 363-364.
1706 Galantucci, B., Garrod, S. & Roberts, G. (2012).  Experimental Semiotics. Language and Linguistics Compass 6/8 pp. 477-493.
1707 Galantucci, B. & Roberts ,G. (2012).  Experimental Semiotics: An engine of discovery for understanding human communication. World Scientific, Vol. 15, Nos.3 & 4, 1150026. 13 pages
1708 Galantucci, B., Theisen, C.A., Gutierrez, E.D., Kroos, C., Rhodes, T. (2012). The diffusion of novel signs beyond the dyad. Language Sciences 34, p.583-590
60     Garding, E. & Abramson, A. S. (1965). A study of the perception of some American English intonation contours. Studia Linguistica, XIX, 61-79.

77     Gay, T. (1968). Effect of speaking rate on diphthong formant movements. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 44, 1570-1573.

94     Gay, T. (1970). A perceptual study of American English diphthongs. Language and Speech, 13, 65-88.

98     Gay, T. (1970). Effects of filtering and vowel environment on consonant perception. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 48, 993-998.

106   Gay, T. & Harris, K. S. (1971). Some recent developments in the use of electromyography in speech research. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 14, 241-246.

118   Gay, T., Hirose, H., Strome, M., & Sawashima, M. (1972). Electromyography of the intrinsic laryngeal muscles during phonation. Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology, 81, 401-409

142   Gay, T., & Hirose, H. (1973). Effect of speaking rate on labial consonant production: A combined electromyographic/high speed motion picture study. Phonetica, 27, 44-56.

164   Gay, T. (1974). A cinefluorographic study of vowel production. Journal of Phonetics, 2, 255-266.

148   Gay, T., Ushijima, T., Hirose, H., & Cooper, F. S. (1974). Effect of speaking rate on labial consonant-vowel articulation. Journal of Phonetics, 2, 47-63.

220   Gay, T. (1977). Articulatory movements in VCV sequences. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 62, 183-193.

227   Gay, T. J. (1977). Cinefluorographic and electromyographic studies of articulatory organization. In M. Sawashima & F. S. Cooper (Eds.), Dynamic aspects of speech production (pp. 85-105). Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press.

231   Gay, T. (1978). Effect of speaking rate on vowel formant movements. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 63, 223-230.

201   Geffner, D. S., & Dorman, M. F. (1976). Hemispheric specialization for speech perception in four-year-old children from low and middle socioeconomic classes. Cortex, 12, 71-73.

699   Gelfer, C. E., Bell-Berti, F., & Harris, K.S. (1989). Determining the extent of coarticulation: Effects of experimental design. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 86(6), 2443-2445.

1547 Geng, C., & Mooshammer, C. (2009).  How to stretch and shrink vowel systems:  Results from a vowel normalization procedure.  Journal of Acoustical Society of America, v. 125:no.5, pp. 3278-3288.
1133 Gick, B. (1999).  The organization of segment-internal gestures.   Proceedings of the XIVth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, (pp.1789-1792).  San Francisco, CA. 21

1166 Gick, B. (1999).  A gesture-based account of intrusive consonants in English.  Phonolgy, 16, 29-54.

1274   Gick, B., Kang, A.M., Whalen, D.H. (2002).  MRI eveidence for commonality in the post-oral articulations of English vowels and liquids.  Journal of Phonetics, 357-371.

1274A Gick, B. (2002). An X-Ray Investigation of Pharyngeal Constriction in American English Schwa. Phonetica, v.59, (pp.38-48.

1274B Gick, B. (2002).  The use of ultrasound for linguistic phonetic fieldwork. Journal of the International honetic Association, v. 32/2 (pp. 113-121).       24

1274C Gick, B. (2002).  The American Intrusive. American Speech, v. 77 no.2 (pp. 167-183).

1296 Gick, B., & Campbell, F. (2003). Intergestural timingin English /r/. Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.  Barcelona, Spain.August 3-9, 2003. Universitat Auto`noma de Barcelona.

1327  Gick, B., Iskarous, K., Whalen, D.H. & Goldstein, L. (2003).  Constraints on variation in the production of English /r/.  In S. Palethorpe & M. Tabain (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th International Seminar on Speech Production (pp. 73-78).

1327A Gick, B. (2003).  Articulatory correlates of ambisyllabicity in English glides and liquids.  In J. Local, R. Ogden & R. Temple, Phonetic Interpretation (Papers in Laboratory Phonology VI), (pp. 222-236.

1394 Gick, B., Wilson, I., Koch, K. & Cook, C. (2004).  Language-Specific Articulatory Settings:  Evidence from Inter-Utterance Rest Position, Phonetica, v. 61 (pp. 220-233).

1395 Gick, B., Bird, S., & Wilson, I. (2005).  Techniques for field application of lingual ultrasound imaging.  Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, v. 19(6/7) (pp. 503-514).

1578 Gick, B., Campbell, F., Oh, S., Tamburri-Watt, L. (2006).  Toward universals in the gestural organization of syllables:  A cross-linguistic study of liquids.  Journal of Phonetics, v. 34, pp. 49-72.
1579 Gick, B., Jóhannsdóttir, K., Gibraiel, D., Mühlbauer, J. (2008).  Tactile enhancement of auditory and visual speech perception in untrained perceivers.  Journal of Acoustical Society of America, v. 123:no.4, JASA Express Letters.
1580 Gick, B. & Derrick, D. (2009).  Aero-tactile integration in speech perception.  Nature, v. 462:no.26, pp. 502-504.
1595 Gick, B. and Wilson, I. (2006).  Excrescent schwa and vowel laxing:  Cross-linguistic responses to conflicting articulatory targets.  In Louis M. Goldstein, D.H. Whalen & Catherine T. Best (Eds.), Papers in Laboratory Phonology VIII, pp. 635-659.  Berline:  Mouton de Gruyter.
1596 Gick, B., Bernhardt, B.M., Bacsfalvi, P., and Wilson, I. (2008).  Ultrasound imaging applications in second language acquisition.  Phonology and Second Language Acquisition, v. 36, pp. 309-322.
1215 Gipstein, M., Brady, S.A. & Fowler, A.E. (2000). Questioning the role of syllables and Rimes in early phonological awareness. In Badain, N.A. (ed.) Prediction and Prevention of Reading Failure. pp.177-216. Baltimore, Maryland, York Press Inc.

1683 Giulivi, S., Whalen, D.H., Goldstein, L.M., Nam, H., Levitt, A.G. (2011). An Articulatory Phonology Account of Preferred Consonant-Vowel combinations.  Language Learning and Development, v. 7, pp. 202-225.
662   Gladstone, M. & Best, C. T., & Davidson, R. J. (1989) Anomalous Bimanual Coordination Among Dyslexic Boys. Developmental Psychology, 25 (2), 236-246.

1759 Glaser, Y.G., Martin, R.C., Van Dyke, J.A., Hamilton, A.C., Tan, Y. (2013). Neural basis of semantic and syntactic interference resolution in sentence comprehension. Brain and Language, 126, 314-326.  
627   Goldblum, N. & Frost, R. (1988) The crossword puzzle paradigm: The effectiveness of  word fragments as cues for the retrieval of words. Memory & Cognition, 16(2), 158-166.

550   Goldstein, L., & Browman, C. P. (1986) Representation of voicing contrasts using articulatory gestures. Journal of Phonetics, 14, 339-342.

683   Goldstein, L. (1989). On the domain of the quantal theory. Journal of Phonetics, 17, 91-97. 12

1297 Goldstein, L. (2003).  Emergence of discrete gestures. Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.  Barcelona, Spain.August 3-9, 2003. Universitat Auto`noma de Barcelona

1318 Goldstein, L. & Fowler, C.A. (2003).  Articulatory phonology: A phonology for public language use.  In Schiller, N.O. & Meyer, A.S. (eds.), Phonetics and Phonology  in Language Comprehension and Production, pp. 159-207. Mouton de Gruyter.

1452 Goldstein, L. & Rubin, P. (2007).  Speech – Dances of the Vocal Tract.  Odyssey Magazine, v.16:no.1, pp. 14-15.

848   Goodell, E. W., & Sachs, J. (1992). Direct and Indirect Speech in English-Speaking Children's Retold Narratives. Discourse Processes, 15, 395-422.

869   Goodell, E.W., & Studdert-Kennedy, M. (1993). Acoustic Evidence for the Development of Gestural Coordination in the Speech of 2-Year-Olds: A Longitudinal Study. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 36, 707-727.

319   Goodman, D., & Kelso, J. A. S. (1980). Are movements prepared in parts? Not under compatible (naturalized) conditions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 109, 475-495.

401   Goodman, D., & Kelso, J. A. S. (1983). Exploring the functional significance of physiological tremor: A biospectroscopic approach. Experimental Brain Research, 49, 419-431.

1648 Gordon, J.B., Levine, R.J., Mazure, C.M., Rubin, P.E., Schaller, B.R., Young, J.L. (2011).  Social Contexts Influence Ethical Considerations of Research.  The American Journal of Bioethics, v. 11(5), pp. 24-30.
1725 Grabski, K., Tremblay, P., Gracco, V.L., Girin, L., & Sato, M. (2013) A mediating role of the auditory dorsal pathway in selective adaptation to speech: A state-dependent transcranial magnetic stimulation study. Brain Research, 1515, pp.55-65 
685   Gracco, C., & Kahane, J. C. (1989). Age-Related Changes in the Vestibular Folds of the Human Larynx: A Histomorphometric Study. Journal of Voice, 3(3), 204-212.

623   Gracco, V. L. and Abbs, J. H. (1985) Dynamic Control of the Perioral System During Speech: Kinematic Analyses of Autogenic and Nonautogenic Sensorimotor Processes. Journal of Neurophysiology, Vol. 54, No. 2, 418-432.

624   Gracco, V. L. and Abbs, J. H. (1986) Variant and invariant characteristics of speech movements. Experimental Brain Research, 65, 156-166.

600   Gracco, V. L. (1987) Multilevel Control Model for Speech Motor Activity. In Speech Motor Dynamics in Stuttering. H. F. M. Peters, W. Hulstijn (eds.).

625   Gracco, V. L., & Abbs, J. H. (1987) Programming and Execution Processes of Speech Movement Control: Potential Neural Correlates. Chapter in Motor and Sensory Processes of Language, edited by E. Keller & M. Gopnik, Hillsdale, NJ:Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. pp. 163-201.

655   Gracco, V. L. (1988). Timing Factors in the Coordination of Speech Movements. The Journal of Neuroscience, 8(12), 4628-4639.

647   Gracco, V. L., & Abbs, J. H. (1988). Central patterning of speech movements. Experimental Brain Research, 71, 515-526.

679   Gracco, V. L. & Abbs, J. H. (1989). Sensorimotor characteristics of speech motor sequences. Experimental Brain Research, 75, 586-598.

748   Gracco, V. L. (1991). Characteristics of Speech as a Motor Control System. In Cerebral Control of Speech and Limb Movements (3-28). G. E. Hammond (ed.). Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. (North-Holland).

1008 Gracco, V. L. (1991). Sensorimotor mechanisms in speech motor control. In Peters, Hulstijn, and Starkweather (eds.). Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.

893   Gracco, V. L., & Nye. P. W. (1993). Magnetometry in Speech Articulation Research: Some misadventures on the road to enlightenment. Proceedings of the ACCOR Workshop on Electromagnetic Articulography in Phonetic Research, 91-104. Munchen, Germany.

899   Gracco, V. L. (1994). Some Organizational Characteristics of Speech Movement Control. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 37, 4-27.

926   Gracco, V. L., & Lofqvist, A. (1994). Speech Motor Coordination and Control: Evidence from Lip, Jaw, and Laryngeal Movements. The Journal of Neuroscience, 14(11), 6585-6597.

977   Gracco, V. L. (1995). Central and peripheral components in the control of speech movements. In F. Bell-Berti and L. J. Raphael (Eds.), Producing Speech: Contemporary Issues. For Katherine Safford Harris. AIP Press: Woodbury, NY.

1023  Gracco, V. L., Lofqvist, A., Ramsay, J. O., Munhall, K. G., & Ostry, D. J. (1996). Characteristics of speech movements. 4th Speech Production Seminar, Grenoble, France. (109-112).

1113 Gracco, V.L. (1997).  A neuromotor perspective on speech production. In Hulstijn, W., Peters, H.F.M., & Van Lieshout, P.H.H.M. (eds.), Speech Production :  Motor Control, Brain Research and Fluency Disorders . (pp 38-56).  Elsevier.

1435 Gracco, V.L.,  Tremblay, P., & Pike, B. (2005).  Imaging speech production using fMRI.  NeuroImage, v. 26, pp. 294-301

1153 Gribble, P.L., Ostry, D.J., Sanguineti, V. & Laboissiere, R. (1998). Are complex control signals required for human arm movement? Journal of Neurophysiology . 79, 1409-1424.

1036 Gronau, N., & Frost, R. (1996). Prelexical phonologic computation in a deep orthography: Evidence from backward masking in Hebrew. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 4(1), 107-112.

491   Gurjanov, M., Lukatela, G., Lukatela, K., Savic, M. & Turvey, M. T. (1985). Grammatical priming of inflected nouns by the gender of possessive adjectives. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 11, 692-701.

514   Gurjanov, M., Lukatela, G., Moskovljevic, J., Savic, M., & Turvey, M. T. (1985). Grammatical priming of inflected nouns by inflected adjectives. Cognition, 19, 55-71.      

1066 Gussenhoven, C., Repp, B. H., Rietveld, A., Rump, H. H., & Terken, J. (1997). The perceptual prominence of fundamental frequency peaks. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 102(5), 3009-3022.


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