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1152  Laboissiere, R., Ostry, D.J. & Feldman, A.G. (1996) The control of multi-muscle syst+ems:human jaw and hyoid movements. Biological Cybernetic, 74,(4),373384

1545 Laboissière, R., Lametti, D.R., & Ostry, D.J. (2009).  Impedance Control and Its Relation to Precision in Orofacial Movement.  Journal of Neurophysiology, v. 102, pp. 523-531.
1478 Lametti, D.R., Houle, G. & Ostry, D.J. (2007).  Control of Movement Variability and the Regulation of Limb Impedance.  Journal of Neurophysiol, v. 98, pp. 3516-3524.
1701 Lancia, Leonardo & Tiede, Mark (2012).  A Survey of methods for the analysis of the temporal evolution of speech articulator trajectories. In Speech Planning and Dynamics, pp. 239-277.
1450  Landi, N., Perfetti, C.A., Bolger, D.J., Dunlap, S., & Foorman, B.R. (2006).  The role of discourse context in developing word form representations:  A paradoxical relation between reading and learning.  Journal of Experimental Child  Psychology, v. 94, pp. 114-133

1472 Landi, N. & Perfetti, C.A. (2007).  An electrophysiological investigation of semantic and phonological processing in skilled and less-skilled comprehenders.  Brain and Language, v. 102, pp. 30-45.
1546 Landi, N., (2009).  An examination of the relationship between reading comprehension, higher-level and lower-level reading sub-skills in adults.  Reading and Writing, DOI 10.1007/s11145-009-9180-z.
1610 Landi, N., Mencl, W.E., Frost, S.J., Sandak, R., Pugh, K.R. (2010).  An fMRI study of multimodal semantic and phonological processing in reading disabled adolescents.  Annals of Dyslexia, 60, pp. 102-121.
1645 Landi, N., Montoya, J., Kober, H., Rutherford, J.J.V., Mencl, W.e., Worhunsky, P.D., Potenza, M.N. & Mayes, L.C. (2011).  Maternal neural responses to infant cries and faces:  relationships with substance use.  Frontiers in Psychiatry, v. 2, pp. 1- 13.
1660 Landi, N., Crowley, M.J., Wu, J., Bailey, C.A., Mayers, L.C. (2011).  Deviant ERP response to spoken non-words among adolescents exposed to cocaine in utero.  Brian & Language, doi:10.1016/j.bandl.2011.09.002.
1712 Landi, N., Frost, S.J., Mencl, W.E., Preston,J.L., Jacobsen, L.K., Lee, Maria, Yrigollen, C. Pugh, K. & Grigorenko, E.L. (2012). The COMT Val/Met polymorphism is associated with reading-related skills and consistent patterns of functional neural activation. Developmental Science 16:1, pp.13-23.
1486 Le, J.T., Best, C.T., Tyler, M.D. & Kross, C. (2007).  Effects of Non-native Dialects on Spoken Word Recognition.  Interspeech 2007, Aug. 27-31, Antwerp Belgium, International Speech Communication Association.
1287  Leach, J.M., Scarborough, H. & Recoria, L. (2003).  Late-emerging reading disabilities. Journal of Educational Psychology, Vol. 95, No. 2, 211-224.

870   Leckman, J. F., de Lotbiniere, A. J., Marek, K., Gracco, C., Scahill, L., & Cohen, D. J. (1993). Severe disturbances in speech, swallowing, and gait following stereotactic infrathalamic lesions. In Gilles, de la Tourette's syndrome. Neurology, 43, 890-894.

1275  Lee, C.H., & Katz, L. (2002).  Early locus of a linguistic variable in a fast priming task. International Journal of Psychology, 37 (5), 257-265.

1412  Lee. C.H., Nam, K., & Katz, L. (2005).  Nonselective access of spelling-sound knowledge for Korean-English bilinguals.  International Journal of Psychology, v.40:no.6, pp. 407-415.

1275A Lee, C.H., & Turvey, M.T., (2003). Silent Letters and Phonological. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, v.32:no.3, pp. 313-333.

287    Lee, W. A., & Kelso, J. A. S. (1979). Properties of slowly adapting joint receptors do not readily predict perception of limb position. Journal of Human Movement Studies, 5, 171-181.

1440  Lee, Y., Moreno, M.A., Park, H., Carello, C., & Turvey, M.T. (2006).  Phonological Assimilation and Visual Word Recognition.  Journal of Psycholinguist Research, v.35, pp. 513-530.

1432  Levasseur, V.M., Macaruso, P., Palumbo, L.C., & Shankweiler, D. (2006).  Syntactically cued test facilitates oral reading fluency in developing readers.  Applied Psycholinguistics, v.27, pp. 423-445.

518    Levitt, A. G. & Healy, A. F. (1985). The roles of phoneme frequency, similarity, and availability in the experimental elicitation of speech errors. Journal of Memory and Language, 24, 717-733.

639   Levitt, A., Jusczyk, P. W., Murray, J., & Carden, G. (1988). Context Effects in Two-Month-Old Infants' Perception of Labiodental/Interdental Fricative Contrasts. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, Vol. 14, No. 3, 361-368.

760   Levitt, A., Healy, A. F., & Fendrich, D. W. (1991). Syllable-Internal Structure and the Sonority Hierarchy: Differential Evidence from Lexical Decision, Naming, and Reading. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 20(4), 337-363.

780   Levitt, A. G. (1991). Reiterant speech as a test of non-native speakers' mastery of the timing of French. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 90(6), 3008-3018.

800   Levitt, A. G., & Aydelott Utman, J. G. (1992). From babbling towards the sound systems of English and French: a longitudinal two-case study. Journal of Child Language, 19, 19-49.

806   Levitt, A. G., & Wang, Q. (1991). Evidence for Language-Specific Rhythmic Influences in the Reduplicative Babbling of French- and English-Learning Infants. Language & Speech, 34(3), 235-249.

1002  Levitt, A. G., Whalen, D. H., Smorodinsky, I., Hsiao, P-L. (1995). La frequence fondamentale intrinseque des voyelles dans le babillage des enfants de six a douze mois d'age. In G. Konopczysnki and S. Vinter (eds.), Le Developpement Langagier: Une Prediction Precoce Est-Elle Possible? Paris: Ortho Editions.

1229  Levy, D.A., Granot, R. & Bentin, S. (2001). Processing specificity for human voice stimuli: electrophysiological evidence. Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropsychology. 12, 2653-2657.

1281  Levy, D.A., Granot, R. & Bentin, S. (2003).  Neural sensitivity to human voices: ERP evidence of task and attentional influences. Psycholophysiology,40,291-305  

1406  Levy, E.T., & Fowler, C. A. (2005).  How Autistic Children May Use Narrative Discourse to Scaffold Coherent Interpretations of Events: A Case Study.  Imagination Cognition and Personality, v. 24:No.3, pp. 207-244. 

1429  Lewis, R.L., Vasishth, S. & Van Dyke, J.A.  (2006).  Computational principles of working memory in sentence comprehension.  TRENDS in Cognitive Sciences, v.10:no.10, pp. 447-454.  
7       Liberman, A. M., Delattre, P. C., & Cooper, F. S. (1952). The role of selected stimulus variables in the perception of the unvoiced stop consonants. American Journal of Psychology, 65, 497-516.

11      Liberman, A. M., Delattre, P. C., Cooper, F. S., & Gerstman, L. J. (1954). The role of consonant-vowel transitions in the perception of the stop and nasal consonants. Psychological Monographs, 68, 1-13.      

13      Liberman, A. M., Delattre, P. C., Gerstman, L. C., & Cooper, F. S. (1956). Tempo of frequency change as a cue for distinguishing classes of speech sounds. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 52, 127-137.      

16      Liberman, A. M. (1957). Some results of research on speech perception. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 29, 117-123.      

22      Liberman, A. M., Harris, K. S., Hoffman, H. S., & Griffith, B. C. (1957). The discrimination of speech sounds within and across phoneme boundaries. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 54, 358-368.

25     Liberman, A. M., Delattre, P. C., & Cooper, F. S. (1958). Some cues for the distinction between voiced and voiceless stops in initial position. Language and Speech, 1, 153-167.

30     Liberman, A. M., Ingemann, F., Lisker, L., Delattre, P. C., & Cooper, F. S. (1959). Minimal rules for synthesizing speech. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 31, 1490-1499.

32     Liberman, A. M., Harris, K. S., Kinney, J. A., & Lane, H. (1961). The discrimination of relative onset time of the components of certain speech and nonspeech patterns. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 61, 379-388.

34     Liberman, A. M., Harris, K. S., Eimas, P. D., Lisker, L., & Bastian, J. (1961). An effect of learning on speech perception: The discrimination of durations of silence with and without phonemic significance. Language and Speech, 4, 175-195.

37     Liberman, A. M., Cooper, F. S., Harris, K. S., & MacNeilage, P. F. (1962). A motor theory of speech perception. Proceedings of the Speech Communication Seminar, Stockholm.

54     Liberman, A. M., Cooper, F. S., Harris, K. S., MacNeilage, P. F., & Studdert-Kennedy, M. (1967). Some observations on a model for speech perception. In W. Wathen-Dunn (Ed.), Models for the perception of speech and visual form (pp. 68-87). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

64     Liberman, A. M., Cooper, F. S., Studdert-Kennedy, M., Harris, K. S., & Shankweiler, D. P. (1966). Some observations on the efficiency of speech sounds. Proceedings of the XVIII International Congress of Psychology, Moscow.

64a   Liberman, A. M., Cooper, F. S., Studdert-Kennedy, M., Harris, K. S., & Shankweiler, E. P. (1968). On the efficiency of speech sounds. (Slightly revised edition of the above paper.) Z.F. Phonetik Sprachwissenschaft und Kommunikationsforschung, 21-32.

69     Liberman, A. M., Cooper, F. S., Shankweiler, D. P., & Studdert-Kennedy, M. (1967). Perception of the speech code. Psychological Review, 74, 431-461.

99     Liberman, A. M. (1970). The grammars of speech and language. Cognitive Psychology, 1, 301-323.

95     Liberman, A. M. (1970). Some characteristics of perception in the speech mode. Perception and its Disorders, 48, 238-254.

125   Liberman, A. M., Mattingly, I. G., & Turvey, M. (1972). Language codes and memory codes. In A. W. Melton & E. Martin (Eds.), Coding processes and human memory. Washington, DC: Winston and Sons, pages 307-334.

133   Liberman, A. M., & Cooper, F. S. (1972). In search of the acoustic cues. In A. Valdman (Ed.), Papers on linguistics and phonetics in memory of Pierre Delattre (pp. 329-338). The Hague: Mouton.

136   Liberman, A. M. (1974). The specialization of the language hemisphere. In F. O. Schmitt & F. G. Worden (Eds.), The neurosciences: Third study program (pp. 43-56). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

217   Liberman, A. M., & Pisoni, D. B. (1977). Evidence for a special speech-perceiving subsystem in the human. In T. H. Bullock (Ed.), Recognition of complex acoustic signals. Berlin: Dahlem Konferenzen, 59-76.

232   Liberman, A. M., & Pisoni, D. B. (1977). Evidence for a special speech-perceiving subsystem in the human. In T. H. Bullock (Ed.), Recognition of complex acoustic signals. Berlin: Dahlem Konferenzen, 59-76.        

296   Liberman, A. M. (1979). An ethological approach to language through the study of speech perception. In M. von Cranach, K. Poppa, W. Lepenies, & D. Ploog (Eds.), Human Ethology (pp. 682-704). Cambridge: Cambridge Press.

353   Liberman, A. M., Isenberg, D., & Rakerd, B. (1981). Duplex perception of cues for stop consonants: Evidence for a phonetic mode. Perception & Psychophysics, 30, 133-143.

365   Liberman, A. M. (1982). On finding that speech is special. American Psychologist, 37, 148-167.

426   Liberman, A. M. (1983). What a perception-production link does for language. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 6, 216.

519   Liberman, A. M. & Mattingly, I. G. (1985). The motor theory of speech perception revised. Cognition, 21, 1-36.

659   Liberman, A. M., & Mattingly, I. G. (1989). A Specialization for Speech Perception. Science, 243, 489-494.

676   Liberman, A. M. (1989). Reading is Hard just because Listening is Easy. In C. von Euler (Ed.), Wenner-Gren International Symposium Series: Brain and Reading, 197-205. Hampshire, England: Macmillan.

785   Liberman, A. M. (1991). Observations from the Sidelines. Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 3, 429-433.

793     Liberman, A. M., & Mattingly, I. G. (1991). Modularity and the Effects of Experience. In R. R. Hoffman and D. S. Palermo (Eds.), Cognition and the Symbolic Processes: Applied and Ecological Perspectives. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale, NJ. (pp.33-38).

813   Liberman, A. M. (1992). Plausibility, Parsimony, and Theories of Speech. In J. Alegria, D. Holender, J. Junca de Morais, and M. Radeau (Eds.). Analytic Approaches to Human Cognition, (pp. 25-40.). Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.

920   Liberman, A. M. (1993). In Speech Perception, Time Is Not What It Seems. Ann. New York Academy of Science, 682, 264-271.

841   Liberman, A. L. (1992). The Relation of Speech to Reading and Writing. In R. Frost and L. Katz (eds.), Orthography, Phonology, Morphology, and Meaning. Elsevier Science Publishers, B.V. (pp.167-178).

1073 Liberman, A.M. (1998).  When Theories of Speech Meet the Real World.  Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, Vol. 27, No. 2, 1998,  111-122.

1114  Liberman, A.  (1999). The reading researcher and the reading teacher need the right theory of speech.  Scientific Studies of Reading, 3(2), 95-111.

1173  Liberman, A.M. & Whalen, D.H. (2000).  On the relation of speech to language.  Trends in Cognitive Sciences,  Vol 4, No. 5, 187-196.

609    Liberman, I. Y. (1973) Segmentation of the Spoken Word and Reading Acquisition. Bulletin of the Orton Society, XXIII, 65-77.      

1094  Liberman,  I.Y., Shankweiler, D., Camp, L., Blachman, B., & Werfelman, M. (1979). Steps toward literacy:  A linguistic approach. In Resnick  L., Weaver, P.(eds.): Theory and practice of early reading, Vol. 2. Hillsdale, NJ. Erlbaum Associates.

1084  Liberman, I., Liberman, A.M., Mattingly, I. & Shankweiler, D.  (1980).  Orthography and the Beginning Reader.  In J.F. Kavanagh & R.L. Venezky (eds.)  Orthography, Reading, and Dyslexia. University Park Press:  Baltimore. pp. 137-153.

526   Liberman, I. Y. and Shankweiler, D. (1985) Phonology and the problems of learning to read and write. In Topical Issue (I. Y. Liberman, Guest Editor), Remedial and Special Education, 6(6), 8-17.

588   Liberman, Isabelle Y. & Shankweiler, Donald. (1987) Phonology and the problems of learning to read and write. Memory and Learning Disabilities. Advances in Learning and Behavioral Disabilities, Suppl. 2, 203- 224.

610   Liberman, I. Y. (1987) Language and Literacy: The Obligation of the Schools of Education. In W. Ellis (Ed.), Intimacy with language: A forgotten basic in teacher education. Baltimore: The Orton Dyslexia Society, 1-9.

677   Liberman, I. Y. (1989). Phonology and Beginning Reading Revisited. In C. von Euler (Ed.), Wenner-Gren International Symposium Series: Brain and Reading, 207-220. Hampshire, England: Macmillan.

391   Liberman, I. Y., Mann, V. A., Shankweiler, D., & Werfelman, M. (1982). Children's memory for recurring linguistic and non-linguistic material in relation to reading ability. Cortex, 18, 367-375.

703   Liberman, I. Y., Shankweiler, D., & Liberman, A. M. (1990). The Alphabetic Principle and Learning to Read. In D. Shankweiler & I. Y. Liberman (Eds.), Phonology and Reading Disability: Solving the Reading Puzzle. (1989). IARLD Research Monograph Series. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.  

729   Liberman, I. Y., & Liberman, A. M. (1990). Whole Language vs. Code Emphasis: Underlying Assumptions and their Implications for Reading Instruction. Annal of Dyslexia, 40, 51-76.

76     Lieberman, P. (1968). Primate vocalizations and human linguistic ability. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 44, 1574-1584.

79     Lieberman, P. (1969). On the acoustic analysis of primate vocalizations. Behavioral Research, Methods, and Instrumentation, 1, 169-174.

80     Lieberman, P. H., Klatt, D. H., & Wilson, W. H. (1969). Vocal tract limitations on the vowel repertoires of rhesus monkey and other nonhuman primates. Science, 164, 1185-1187.

82     Lieberman, P., Knudson, R., & Mead, J. (1969). Determination of the rate of change of fundamental frequency with respect to subglottal air pressure during sustained phonation. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 45, 1537-1543.

89     Lieberman, P. (1970). Towards a unified phonetic theory. Linguistic Inquiry, 1, 307-322. 2

93     Lieberman, P., Sawashima, M., Harris, K. S., & Gay, T. (1970). The articulatory implementation of the breath-group and prominence: Crico-thyroid muscular activity in intonation. Language, 46, 312-327.

104   Lieberman, P. & Crelin, E. S. (1971). On the speech of Neanderthal Man. Linguistic Inquiry, II, 203-222.

115   Lieberman, P., Harris, K. S., Wolff, P., & Russell, L. H. (1971). Newborn infant cry and nonhuman primate vocalization. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 14, 719-727.

121   Lieberman, P., Crelin, E. S., & Klatt, D. H. (1972). Phonetic ability and related anatomy of the newborn and adult human, Neanderthal man, and the chimpanzee. American Anthropologist, 74, 287-307.

138   Lieberman, P. (1972). On the evolution of human language. Proceedings of the 7th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, (pp. 258-275). The Hague: Mouton.

144   Lieberman, P. (1973). On the evolution of language: A unified view. Cognition, 2, 59-94.

1447  Lillard, A., Nishida, T., Massaro, D., Vaish, A., Ma, L.,  & McRoberts, G. (2007).  Signs of Pretense Across Age and Scenario.  Infancy, v.11:no.1, pp. 1-30

708   Lillo-Martin, D. (1990). Parameters for Questions: Evidence from wh-Movement in ASL. In Ceil Lucas, (Eds.), Sign Language Research: Theoretical Issues. (1989). Gallaudet University Press. Washington, D. C.

759   Lillo-Martin, D. C., Hanson, V. L., & Smith, S. T. (1991). Deaf Reader's Comprehension of Complex Syntactic Structure. In D. S. Martin (ed), Advances in Cognition, Education, and Deafness. Gallaudet University Press: Washington, D.C. (pp.146-151).

809   Lillo-Martin, D. C., Hanson, V. L., & Smith, S. T. (1992). Deaf readers' comprehension of relative clause structures. Applied Psycholinguistics, 13, 13-30.

829   Lillo-Martin, D. (1992). Deaf Readers and Universal Grammar. In Marschark, M. & Clark, M. D. (eds.), Psychological Perspectives on Deafness. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Hillsdale, NJ. (pp. 311-337).    

833   Lillo-Martin, D. (1992). Sentences As Islands: On The Boundedness Of A'-Movement In American Sign Language. In H. Goodluck & M. Rochemont (eds.), Island Constraints. Kluwer Academic Publishers.The Netherlands.(pp.259-274).

1053  Lillo-Martin, D. (1997). WH-Movement and the position of Spec-CP: Evidence from American Sign Language. Language, 73, (1), 18-57.

1054  Lillo-Martin, D. (1997). The Modular Effects of Sign Language Acquisition. In Marschark, M., Siple, P., Lillo-Martin, D., Campbell, R., and Everhard, V. S. Relations of Language and Thought. Oxford University Press: Oxford.

1167  Lillo-Martin, Diane. (1999).  Modality effects and modularity in language acquisition:  The acquisition of American Sign Language.  In T. Bhatia, & W. Ritchie (Eds.) Handbook of child language acquisition.  Academic Press, pp. 531-567.

1321  Lillo-Martin, D. & Berk, S. (2003). Acquisition of constituent order under delayed language exposure. BUCLD27 Proceedings, ed, Barbara Beachley  et al., 484-495, Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.

1326  Lillo-Martin, D. (2002).  Where are all the modality effects?  In (eds.) Richard Meier, Kearsy Cormier & David Quinto-Pozos  Modality and Structure in Signed and Spoken Languages, pp. 241-262. Cambridge University Press.

1389  Lillo-Martin, D. & Muller de Quadros, R. (2005).  The Acquisition of Focus Constructions in American Sign Language and Lingua de Sinais Brasileira.BUCLD 29 Proceedings, ed. A. Brugos, M.R. Clark-Cotton, and S. Ha, 365-375. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.

1514 Lillo-Martin, D. (2008).  Focus Constructions in American Sign Language and Lingua De Sinais Brasileira.  In Josep Quer (Ed.) Signs of the time:  Selected Papers From TISLR 2004, International Studies on Sign Language and Communication of the Deaf, v. 51, pp. 161-176.
698   Lin, H., & Repp, B. H. (1989). Cues to the Perception of Taiwanese Tones. Language and Speech, 32(1), 25-44.

70     Lindblom, B.E.F., & Studdert-Kenedy, M. (1967).  On the role of formant-transitions in vowel recognition.  Journal  of the Acoustical Society of America, 42, 830-843.

450   Lindblom, B., MacNeilage, P., & Studdert-Kennedy, M. (1983). Self-organizing processes and the explanation of phonological universals. In B. Butterworth, B. Comrie, & O. Dahl (Eds.), Universals workshop. The Hague: Mouton.

17     Lisker, L. (1957). Closure duration and the intervocalic voiced-voiceless distinction in English. Language, 33, 42-49.

19     Lisker, L. (1957). Linguistic segments, acoustic segments, and synthetic speech. Language, 33, 370-374.

21     Lisker, L. (1957). Minimal cues for separating /w, r, l, y/ in intervocalic position. Word, 13, 257-267.

36     Lisker, L., Cooper, F. S., & Liberman, A. M. (1962). The uses of experiment in language description. Word, 18, 82-106.

45     Lisker, L. (1963). On Hultzen's voiceless lenis stops in prevocalic clusters. Word, 19, 376-387. 1

53     Lisker, L., & Abramson, A. (1964). A cross-language study of voicing in initial stops: Acoustical measurements. Word, 20, 384-422.

57     Lisker, L. & Abramson, A. S. (1964). Stop categorization and voice onset time. Proceedings of the 5th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 389-391.

67     Lisker, L., & Abramson, A. S. (1967). Some effects of context on voice onset time in English stops. Language and Speech, 10, 1-28.

81     Lisker, L., Abramson, A. S., Cooper, F. S., & Schvey, M. H. (1969). Transillumination of the larynx in running speech. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 45, 1544-1546.

87     Lisker, L., & Abramson, A. S. (1970). The voicing dimension: Some experiments in comparative phonetics. Proceedings of the 6th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. (pp. 563-567). Prague: Academia.

101   Lisker, L. (1970). Supraglottal air pressure in the production of English stops. Language and Speech, 13, 215-230.

113   Lisker, L., & Abramson, A. S. (1971). Distinctive features and laryngeal control. Language, 47, 767-785.

131   Lisker, L., & Abramson, A. S. (1972). Glottal modes in consonant distinctions. Proceedings of the 7th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, (pp. 366-370). The Hague: Mouton.

134   Lisker, L. (1972). Stop duration and voicing in English. Papers on linguistics and phonetics in memory of Pierre Delattre (pp. 339-343). The Hague: Mouton.

159   Lisker, L. (1974). On 'explaining' vowel duration variation. Glossa, 8, 233-246.

175   Lisker, L. (1974). On time and timing in spech. Current Trends in Linguistics, 12, 2387-2418.

186   Lisker, L. (1975). Is it VOT or a first-formant transition detector? Journal of the Acoustical `Society of America, 57, 1547-1551.      

186a  Lisker, L. (1976).  On learning a new contrast. In Jazayery, M.A., Polome, E.C. and Winter, W. (eds.), Linguistic and literary studies, Vol. I. General and Theoretical Linguistics. The Peter de Ridder Press.      

230   Lisker, L. (1977). Factors in the maintenance and cessation of voicing. Phonetica, 34, 304-306.

238   Lisker, L., Liberman, A. M., Erickson, D. M., Dechovitz, D., & Mandler, R. (1977). On pushing the voice-onset-time (VOT) boundary about. Language and Speech, 20, 209-216.

258   Lisker, L. (1978). In qualified defense of VOT. Language and Speech, 21, 375-383.

309   Lisker, L. (1979). Speech across a lingustic boundary: Category naming and phonetic description. Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, IV, 563-571.

388   Lisker, L. (1982). Letter to the Editor. Journal of Phonetics, 10, 333-334.

477   Lisker, L. & Baer, T. (1984). Laryngeal management at utterance-internal word boundary in American English. Language and Speech, 27, 163-171.

489   Lisker, L. (1985). The pursuit of invariance in speech signals. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 77, 1199-1202.

501   Lisker, L. (1984). How is the aspiration of English /p, t, k/ "predictable"? Language and Speech, 27, 391-394.

565   Lisker, L. (1986). "Voicing" in English: A catalogue of acoustic features signaling /b/ versus /p/ in trochees. Language and Speech, Vol. 29, Part 1, 3-11.

586   Lisker, L. , & Abramson, A. (1987) Phonetic Validation of Distinctive Features: A Test Case in French. In R. Channon and L. Shockey (eds.), In Honor of Ilse Lehiste (pp. 183-190). Dordrecht: Foris.

691   Lisker, L. (1989). On the Interpretation of Vowel"Quality": The Dimension of Rounding. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 19(1), 24-30.

766   Lisker, L. (1991). On Testing Linguists' Perception of Initial Stop Voicing: Does It Reflect Native Language Phonology? In B. Lakshmi Bai & B. Ramakrishna Reddy (Eds.), Studies in Dravidian and General Linguistics. Osmania University Publications in Linguistics. (pp.484-491).

853   Lisker, L., & Rossi, M. (1992). Auditory and Visual Cueing of the [+ Rounded] Feature of Vowels. Language and Speech, 35(4), 391-417.

862     Lisker, L. (1993). A Plaintive Note re the Recent IPA Revisions. Revisions of the IPA, 57-61.

973   Lisker, L. (1995). English /w,j/: Frictionless approximants or vowels out of place? In F. Bell-Berti and L. J. Raphael (Eds.), Producing Speech: Contemporary Issues. For Katherine Safford Harris. AIP Press: Woodbury, NY.

1064  Lisker, L. (1997). A Review of Jack Windsor Lewis (ed.), Studies in general and English phonetics: essays in honour of Professor J. D. O'Connor. J. Linguistics 33. Cambridge University Press: London.

1126 Lisker, L., (1999).  Perceiving final voiceless stops without release: Effects of preceding monophthongs versus nonmonophthongs. Phonetica, 56, 44-55.

1193 Lisker, L. (2001).  Hearing the Polish sililants [s s! s#]: phonetic and auditory judgments. To honour Eli Fischer-Jorgensen. Nina Gronnum and Jorgen Rischel (eds.). C.A. Reitzel, Copenhagen, 226-238.

1278  Lisker, L. (2002).  The voiceless unaspirated stops of English. In Bruce E. Nevin (ed.) The Legacy of Zellig Harris, pp. 233-240.  John Benjamins Publishing Co. Amsterdam/Philadelphia.

1303  Lisker, L. (2003).  On perceiving certain voiceless unaspirated stops. Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.  Barcelona, Spain.August 3-9, 2003. Universitat Auto`noma de Barcelona.

1418 Liu, F., & Xu, Y. (2005).  Parallel Encoding of Focus and Interrogative meaning in Mandarin Intonation.  Phonetica, v. 62, pp. 70-87.

311   Lofqvist, A., & Yoshioka, H. (1979). Laryngeal activity in Swedish obstruent clusters. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 68, 792-801.

328   Lofqvist, A. (1980). Interarticulator programming in stop production. Journal of Phonetics, 8, 475-490.

363   Lofqvist, A., Baer, T., & Yoshioka, H. (1981). Scaling of glottal opening. Phonetica, 38, 265-276.

467   Lofqvist, A., McGarr, N., & Honda, K. (1984). Laryngeal muscles and articulatory control. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 76(3), 951-954.

516   Lofqvist, A. & Yoshioka, A. (1984). Intrasegmental timing: Laryngeal-oral coordination in voiceless consonant production. Speech Communication, 3, 279-289.

663   Lofqvist, A., Baer, T., McGarr, N. S., & Seider Story, R. (1989). The cricothyroid muscle in voicing control. Journal of Acoustical Society of America, 85(3), 1314-1321.

792   Lofqvist, A., & McGowan, R. S. (1992). Influence of consonantal environment on voice source aerodynamics. Journal of Phonetics, 20, 93-110.

797   Lofqvist, A. (1991). Inverse filtering as a tool in voice research therapy. Scand. Journal Log. Phon., 16, 8-16.      

812    Lofqvist, A., & Gracco, V. L. (1991). Discrete and continuous modes in speech motor control. Paper from the symposium Current Phonetic Research Paradigms: Implications for Speech Motor Control. Stockholm, Sweden, August 13-16, 1991. (pp.27-34).

821   Lofqvist, A. (1992). Acoustic and Aerodynamic Effects of Interarticulator Timing In Voiceless Consonants. Language and Speech, 35(1,2), 15-28  

894   Lofqvist, A., Gracco, V. L., & Nye, P. W. (1993). Recording Speech Movements Using Magnetometry: One Laboratory's Experience. Proceedings of the ACCOR Workshop on Electromagnetic Articulography in Phonetic Research, 143-162. Munchen, Germany.

895   Lofqvist, A. (1993). Electromagnetic Transduction Techniques in the Study of Speech Motor Control. PHONUM 2, 87-106.

912   Lofqvist, A., & Gracco, V. L. (1994). Tongue Body Kinematics in Velar Stop Production: Influences of Consonant Voicing and Vowel Context. Phonetica, 51, 52-67.      

937   Lofqvist, A., & Lindblom, B. (1994). Speech motor control. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 4, 823-826.

939   Lofqvist, A., Koenig, L. L., & McGowan, R. S. (1995). Vocal tract aerodynamics in /aCa/ utterances: Measurements. Speech Communication, 16, 49-66.

951   Lofqvist, A., Koenig, L. L., & McGowan, R. S. (1995). Voice Source Variations in Running Speech: A Study of Mandarin Chinese Tones. In O. Fujimura & M. Hirano (Eds.) Vocal Fold Physiology: Voice Quality Control. Singular Publishing, Inc.: San Diego. (pp.3-22).

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1029 Lofqvist, A. (1997). Theories and models of speech production. In W. Hardcastle and J. Laver (Eds.), The Handbook of Phonetic Science, pp.404-426. Oxford: Blackwell.

1051 Lofqvist, A., & Gracco, V. L. (1997). Lip and jaw kinematics in bilabial stop consonant production. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 40, 877- 893.

1112 Lofqvist, A., & Gracco, V.L. (1999).  Interarticulator programming in VCV sequences:  Lip and tongue movements. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 105, 1864-1876.

1130 Lofqvist, A. (1999).  Interarticulator phasing, locus equations, and degree of coarticulation.  Journal of Acousticsal Society of America, 106(4), 2022-2030

1254 Lofqvist, A. & Gracco, V. (2002).  Control of oral closure in lingual stop consonant production.  Journal of the Acousticsal Society of America, 111 (6)

1302 Lofqvist, A. (2003). Interarticulator programming in  speech production. Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.  Barcelona, Spain.August 3-9, 2003. Universitat Auto`noma de Barcelona. 

1370   Lofqvist, A, (2005).   Lip kinematics in long and short stop and fricative consonants.  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 117 (2), pp. 858-878.

1437  Löfqvist, A. (2006).  Interarticulator programming:  Effects of closure duration on lip and tongue coordination in Japanese.  Journal of Acoustical Society of America, v. 120:no. 5, pp. 2872-2883

1467 Löfqvist, A. (2007).  Tongue movement kinematics in long and short Japanese consonants.  Journal of Acoustical Society of America, v. 122:no.1, pp. 512-518.
1539 Löfqvist, A. (2009).  Vowel-to-vowel coarticulation in Japanese:  The effect of consonant duration (L).  Journal of Acoustical Society of America, v. 125:no. 2, pp. 636-639.
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1304  Lucero, J.C., Koenig, L.L (2003). Simulations of VhV sequences  in children. Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.  Barcelona, Spain.August 3-9, 2003. Universitat Auto`noma de Barcelona.      

1371 Lucero, J.C. & Lofqvist, A. (2005).  Measures of articulatory variability in VCV sequences. Acoustical Society of America, pp. 80-84.

1380 Lucero, J.C. & Koenig, L.L., (2005).  Simulations of temporal patterns of oral airflow in mem and women using a two-mass model of the vocal folds under dynamic control. Acoustical Society of America, 117(3) pp. 1362-1372.

1457 Lucero, J.C. & Koenig, L.L. (2005).  Phonation thresholds as a function of laryngeal size in a two-mass model of the vocal folds (L).  Journal of Acoustical Society of America, v. 118:no.5, pp. 2798-2801.
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253   Lukatela, G., Mandic, Z., Gligorijevic, B., Kostic, A., Savic, M., & Turvey, M. T. (1978). Lexical decision for inflected nouns. Language and Speech, 21, 166-173.

289   Lukatela, G., Popadic, D., Ognjenovic, P., & Turvey, M. T. (1980). Lexical decision in a phonologically shallow orthography. Memory & Cognition, 8, 124-132.

315   Lukatela, G., Gligorijevic, B., Kostic, A., & Turvey, M. T. (1980). Representation of inflected nouns in the internal lexicon. Memory & Cognition, 8, 415-423.

346   Lukatela, G., Lorenc, B., Ognjenovic, P., & Turvey, M. T. (1981). A word superiority effect in a phonetically precise orthography. Language and Speech, 24, 173-183.

397   Lukatela, G., Kostic, A., Feldman, L. B., & Turvey, M. T. (1983). Grammatical priming of inflected nouns. Memory & Cognition, 11, 59-63.

400   Lukatela, G., Moraca, J., Stojnov, D., Savic, M., Katz, L., & Turvey, M. T. (1982). Grammatical priming effects between pronouns and inflected verb forms. Psychological Research (Psychologische Forschung), 44, 297-311.

535   Lukatela, G., Carello, C., Savic, M., & Turvey, M. T. (1986) Hemispheric Asymmetries in Phonological Processing. Neuropsychologia, Vol.24, No. 3, 341-350.

583   Lukatela, G., Carello, C., & Turvey, M. T. (1987) Lexical representation of regular and irregular inflected nouns. Language and Cognitive Processes, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1-17.

589   Lukatela, G., Kostic, A., Todorovic, D., Carello, C., & Turvey, M. T. (1987) Type and number of violations and the grammatical congruency effect in lexical decision. Psychological Review, 49, 37-43.

603   Lukatela, G. & Turvey, M. T. (1987) Loci of phonological effects in the lexical access of words written in a shallow orthography. Psychol. Res., 49, 139-146.

620   Lukatela, K., Crain, S., & Shankweiler, D. (1988) Sensitivity to Inflectional Morphology in Agrammatism: Investigation of a Highly Inflected Language. Brain and Language, 33, 1-15.

631   Lukatela, G., Carello, C., & Turvey, M. T. (1988) Low-constraint facilitation in lexical decision with single-word contexts. American Journal of Psychology, Vol. 101, No. 1, 15-29.

672   Lukatela, G., Turvey, M. T., Feldman, L. B., Carello, C. & Katz, L. (1989). Alphabet Priming in Bi-alphabetical Word Perception. Journal of Memory & Language 28, 237-254.

673   Lukatela, G., Feldman, L. B., Turvey, M. T., Carello, C. & Katz, L. (1989). Context Effects in Bi-alphabetical Word Perception. Journal of Memory & Language 28, 214-236.

704   Lukatela, G., & Turvey, M. T. (1990). Phonemic similarity effects and prelexical phonology. Memory & Cognition, 18 (2), 128-152.

736   Lukatela, G., Carello, C., & Turvey, M. T. (1990). Phonemic, Associative, and Grammatical Context Effects With Identified And Unidentified Primes. Language and Speech, 33(1), 1-18.

744   Lukatela, G, & Turvey, M. T. (1990). Automatic and Pre-lexical Computation of Phonology in Visual Word Identification. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 2(4), 325-343.

745   Lukatela, G., Carello, C., & Turvey, M. T. (1990). Phonemic Priming with Words and Pseudowords. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 2(4), 375-394.

762   Lukatela, G., Turvey, M. T., & Todorovic, D. (1991). Is Alphabet Biasing in Bialphabetical Word Perception Automatic and Prelexical? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 17(4), 653-663.

778   Lukatela, G., & Turvey, M. T. (1991). Phonological Access of the Lexicon: Evidence From Associative Priming With Pseudohomophones. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 17(4), 951-966.

854   Lukatela, G., & Turvey, M. T. (1993). Similar Attentional, Frequency, and Associative Effects for Pseudohomophones and Words. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 19(1), 166-178.

859   Lukatela, G., Lukatela, K., & Turvey, M. T. (1993). Further evidence for phonological constraints on visual lexical access: TOWED primes FROG. Perception & Psychophysics, 53(5), 461-466.

886   Lukatela, G., Lukatela, K., Carello, C., & Turvey, M. T. (1993). Reduction in Alphabet Priming With Delay and Degradation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 19(5), 1094-1100.

908   Lukatela, G., & Turvey, M.T. (1994). Visual Lexical Access is Initially Phonological: 1. Evidence From Associative Priming by Words, Homophones, and Pseudohomophones. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 123(2), 107-128.

927   Lukatela, G., & Turvey, M. T. (1994). Visual Lexical Access Is Initially Phonological: 2. Evidence From Phonological Priming by Homophones and Pseudohomophones. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 123(4), 331-353.

944   Lukatela, K., Shankweiler, D., & Crain, S. (1995). Syntactic Processing in Agrammatic Aphasia by Speakers of a Slavic Language. Brain & Language, 49, 50-76.

992   Lukatela, K., Carello, C., Shankweiler, D., & Liberman, I.Y. (1995). Phonological awareness in illiterates: Observations from Serbo- Croatian. Applied Psycholinguistics, 16, 463-487.

1011 Lukatela, G., & Turvey, M. T. (1996). Inhibition of naming by rhyming primes. Perception & Psychophysics, 58(6), 823-835.

1032 Lukatela, G., Carello, C., Peter, M., Lukatela, K., & Turvey, M. T. (1996). Visual and associative factors in processing Serbo-Croatian Words. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 8(4), 321-339.

1041 Lukatela, G., Savic, M., Urosevic, Z., & Turvey, M. T. (1997). Phonological ambiguity impairs identity priming in naming and lexical decision. Journal of Memory and Language, 36, 360-381.

1090 Lukatela, G., & Turvey, M.T. (1998).  Reading in two alphabets. American Psychologist,. 53, 1057-1072.

1098 Lukatela, G., Frost, S.J., & Turvey, M.T. (1998).  Phonological priming by masked nonword primes in the lexical decision task.  Journal of Memory and Language, 39, 666-683.

1106 Lukatela, G., Carello, C., Savic;, M., Urosevic;, Z., & Turvey, M.T. (1998)  When nonwords activate semantics better than words.  Cognition, 68, B31-B40.

1109 Lukatela, G. (1999).  Effects of frequency and phonological ambiguity on naming Serbo-Croatian words., European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 11, 1-16.

1120 Lukatela, G., Frost, S.J., & Turvey, M.T.  (1999).  Identity priming in English is compromised by phonological ambiguity.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Human Perception and Performance, Vol. 25, No. 3, 775-790.       21

1155 Lukatela, G. & Turvey, M.T. (2000).  Do spelling variations affect associative and phonological priming by pseudohomophones?  Perception & Psychophysics, 62 (1), 196-217.

1164  Lukatela, G & Turvey, M.T. (2000). An evaluation of the two-cycles model of phonology assembly.  Journal of Memory and Language, 42, 183-207

1195 Lukatela, G., Eaton, T., Lee, C. & Turvey, M.T. (2001). Does visual word identification involve a sub-phonemic level? Cognition, 78, B41-B52

1243  Lukatela, G., Eaton, T., Lee, C.H., Carello, C. & Turvey, M.T. (2002).  Equal homophonic priming with words and pseudohomophones. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, Vol. 28, No. 1, 3-21.

1332  Lukatela, G., Eaton, T., Sabadini, L. & Turvey, M.T. (2004).  Vowel duration affects visual word identification: Evidence that the mediating phonology is phonetically informed.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Human Perception and Performance, Vol. 30, No. 1, 151-162.

1469 Lukatela, G., Eaton, T., Moreno, M.A. & Turvey, M.T. (2007).  Equivalent inter-and intramodality long-term priming:  Evidence for a common lexicon for words seen and words heard.  Memory & Cognition, v. 35:no.4, pp. 781-800.

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