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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-53 Vol.1 and Vol.2 (1978)
   1 January - 31 March 1978
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SR-53-Vol.1: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports Vol.1

  Paul Mermelstein, and Philip Rubin. Articulatory Synthesis - A Tool for the Perceptual Evaluation of Articulatory Gestures.
1
  G. Lukatela, M.D. Savic, P. Ognjenovic and M.T. Turvey. On the Relation between Processing the Roman and the Cyrillic Alphabets: A Preliminary Analysis with Bi-alphabetical Readers.
13
  G. Lukatela, M. Savic, B. Gligorijevic, P. Ognjenovic and M.T. Turvey. Bi-alphabetical Lexical Decision.
43
  G. Lukatela, Z. Mandic, B. Gligorijevic, A. Kostic, M. Savic, and M.T. Turvey. Lexical Decision for Inflected Nouns.
65
  Arthur Abramson. The Phonetic Plausibility of the Segmentation of Tones in Thai Phonology.
73
  Leigh Lisker. Closure Hiatus: Cue to Voicing, Manner and Place of Consonant Occlusion.
79
  Robert R. Verbrugge and Nancy S. McCarrell. Metaphoric Comprehension: Studies in Reminding and Resembling.
87
  Carol A. Fowler and M.T. Turvey. Skill Acquisition: An Event Approach with Special Reference to Searching for the Optimum of a Function of Several Variables.

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  Publications and Reports
   
  SR-53-Vol.2: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS  
II. Manuscripts and Extended Reports Vol.2  
  Adam Drewnowski and Alice F. Healy. Detection Errors on The and And: Evidence for Reading Units Larger than the Word.
1
  Peter J. Bailey and Quentin Summerfield. Some Observations on the Perception of (s)+Stop Clusters.
25
  Bruno H. Repp, Alvin M. Liberman, Thomas Eccardt and David Pesetsky. Perceptual Integration of Cues for Stop, Fricative and Affricate Manner.
61
  Arthur S. Abramson and Donna Erickson. Diachronic Tone Splits and Voicing Shifts in Thai: Some Perceptual Data.
85
  Susan S. Brady and Christopher J. Darwin. A Range Effect in the Perception of Voicing.
97
  Quentin Summerfield, Peter J. Bailey and Donna Erickson. A Note on Perceptuo-Motor Adaptation of Speech.
105
  Bruno H. Repp. Interdependence of Voicing and Place Decisions for Stop Consonants in Initial Position.
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  Publications and Reports