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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-82/83 (1985)
1 April - 30 September 1985
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SR-82/83: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Claudia Carello and M.T. Turvey. On vagueness and fictions as cornerstones of a theory of perceiving and acting: A comment on Walter.
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  Claudia Carello, M.T. Turvey and Peter N. Kugler. The informational support for upright stance.
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  Carole E. Gelfer, Fredericka Bell-Berti, and Katherine S. Harris. Determining the extent of coarticulation: Effects of experimental design.
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  Andrea G. Levitt and Alice F. Healy. The roles of phoneme frequency, similarity, and availability in the experimental elicitation of speech errors.
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  Michael Studdert-Kennedy.  On learning to speak.
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  Alvin M. Liberman and Ignatius G. Mattingly. The motor theory of speech perception revised.
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  Brad Rakerd and Robert R. Verbrugge. Linguistic and acoustic correlates of the perceptual structure found in an individual differences scaling study of vowels.
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Bruno H. Repp. Perceptual coherence of speech: Stability of silence-cued stop consonants.

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  Michael Studdert-Kennedy. Development of the speech perceptuomotor system.

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  Claudia Carello and M.T. Turvey. Dependence of reading on orthography: Investigations in Serbo-Croatian.
141
  Joanne F. Carlisle. The relationship between knowledge of derivational morphology and spelling ability in fourth, sixth, and eighth graders.
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  Carol A. Fowler, Shirley E. Napps, and Laurie B. Feldman. Relations among regular and irregular, morphologically-related words in the lexicon as revealed by repetition priming.
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  M. Gurjanov, G. Lukatela, K. Lukatela, M. Savic and M.T. Turvey. Grammatical priming of inflected nouns by the gender of possessive adjectives.
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  M. Gurjanov, G. Lukatela, J. Moskovljevic, M. Savic and M.T. Turvey. Grammatical priming of inflected nouns by inflected adjectives
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  Rena Arens Krakow and Vicki L. Hanson. Deaf signers and serial recall in the visual modality: Memory for signs, fingerspelling, and print.
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  Ignatius G. Mattingly: Did orthographies evolve?

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  Danielle R. Zinna, Isabelle Y. Liberman, and Donald Shankweiler.The development of children's sensitivity to factors influencing vowel reading.
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II. Publications and Reports
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