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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-84 (1985)
1 October - 31 December 1985
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SR-84: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Elliot Saltzman. Task dynamic coordination of the speech articulators: A preliminary model.
1
  Bruno H. Repp. Some observations on the development of anticipatory coarticulation.
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  Katherine S. Harris, Judith Rubin-Spitz, and Nancy S. McGarr. The role of production variability in normal and deviant developing speech.
27
  Bruno H. Repp. Can Linguistic boundaries change the effectiveness of silence as a phonetic cue?
45
  Bruno H. Repp.  Perception of the (m)-(n) distinction in cv syllables.
59
  Mary Louise Serafine, Janet Davidson, Robert G. Crowder and Bruno H. Repp. On the nature of melody-text integration in memory for songs.
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  Michael Studdert-Kennedy. Some developments in research on language behavior.
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Leigh Lisker. The pursuit of invariance in speech signals.

135
  Leigh Lisker. How is the aspiration of english /p,t,k/ "Predictable"?

141

  Catherine T. Best. Developmental Phonology: Is the child father to the man?
145
  Isabelle Y. Liberman and Donal Shankweiler. Phonology and the problems of learning to read and write.
149
  Robert B. Katz. Phonological deficiencies in children with reading disability: Evidence from an object-naming task.
167
  Vicki L. Hanson. Access to spoken language and the acquisition of orthographic structure: Evidence from deaf readers.
195
  J.A.S. Kelso and P.J. Scholz. Cooperative phenomena in biological motion.
213
  John P. Scholz, M.T. Turvey and J.A.S. Kelso. Naturalizing the context for interpreting SMA function.
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  J.A.S. Kelso and B.A. Kay. Information and control: A macroscopic analysis of perception-action coupling.

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II. Publications and Reports
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