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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-89/90 (1987)
1 January - 30 June 1987
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SR-89/90: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Bruno H. Repp. Integration and segregation in speech perception.
1
  D.H. Whalen and Alvin M. Liberman. Speech perception takes precedence over nonspeech perception.
33
  Robert R. Verbrugge and Brad Rakerd. Evidence of talker-independent information for vowels.
39
  Carole E. Gelfer, Katherine S. Harris and Thomas Baer. Controlled variables in sentence intonation.
57
  Richard S. McGown.  Articulatory synthesis: Numerical solution of a hyperbolic differential equation.
69
  G. Lukatela, A. Kostic, D. Todorovic, C. Carello and M.T. Turvey. Type and number of violations and the grammatical congruency effect in lexical decision.
81
  G. Lukatela, C. Carello, A. Kostic and M.T. Turvey. Low constraint facilitation in lexical decision with single word context.
93
 

Joanne Carlisle. The use of morphological knowledge in spelling derived forms by learning-disabled and normal students.

105
  Hyla Rubin. The development of morphological knowledge in relation to early spelling ability.

121

  Naomi Goldblum and Ram Frost. The crossword puzzle paradigm: The effectiveness of different word fragments as cues for the retrieval of words.
133
  Bruno H. Repp. On the possible role of auditory short-term adaptation in perception of the prevocalic (m)-(n) contrast.
147
  Bruno H. Repp and Hwei-Bing Lin. Difference in second-formant transitions between aspirated and unaspirated stop consonants preceding (a).
173
  K. Lukatela, S. Crain and D. Shankweiler. Sensitivity to inflectional morphology in agrammatism: Investigation of a highly-inflected language.
187
  M.T. Turvey. Intentionality: A problem of multiple reference frames, specificational information, and extraordinary boundary conditions on natural law.
II. Publications and Reports