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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-85 (1986)
1 January - 31 March 1986
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SR-85: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Virginia A. Mann. Phonological awareness: The role of reading experience.
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  Susan Brady, Erika Poggie, and Michele Merlo. An investigation of speech perception abilities in children who differ in reading skill.
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  Laurie B. Feldman. Phonological and morphological analysis by skilled readers of Serbo-Croatian.
39
  John T. Richards and Vicki L. Hanson. Visual and production similarity of the handshapes of the American Manual Alphabet.
51
  Vicki L. Hanson and Edward H. Lichtenstein.  Short-term memory for printed English words by congenitally deaf signers: Evidence of sign-based coding reconsidered.
65
  Vicki L. Hanson and Deborah Wilkenfeld. Morphophonology and lexical organization in deaf readers.
73
  Patrice Streeter Beddor, Rena Arens Krakow and Louis Goldstein. Perceptual constraints and phonological change: A study of nasal vowel height.
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Arthur S. Abramson. The Thai tonal space.

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Andre Maurice Cooper, D.H. Whalen, and Carol Ann Fowler.

P-Centers are unaffected by phonetic categorization.

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  Michael Studdert-Kennedy. Two cheers for direct realism.
133
  Carol A. Fowler. An event approach to the study of speech perception from a direct-realist perspective.
139
  J.A. Scott Kelso, E.L. Saltzman, and B. Tuller. The dynamical perspective on speech production: Data and Theory.
171
  Satoshi Horiguchi and Fredericka Bell-Berti. The Velotrace: A device for monitoring velar position.
207
  Catherine P. Browman and Louis M. Goldstein. Towards an articulatory phonology.
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  Louis Goldstein and Catherine P. Browman. Representation of voicing contrasts using articulatory gestures.
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  J.A.S. Kelso. Mainstreaming movement science.

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II. Publications and Reports
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