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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-93/94 (1988)
1 January - 30 June 1988
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SR-93/94: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Susan Nittrouer, Michael Studdert-Kennedy, and Richard S. McGowan. The emergence of phonetic segments: Evidence from the spectral structure of fricative-vowel syllables spoken by children and adults.
1
  Andre M. Cooper, D.H. Whalen and Carol A. Fowler. The syllable's rhyme affects its P-center as a unit.

23

  Bruneo H. Repp. Traversing upper vowel space: A smooth or a bumpy ride?
33
  Terry L. Gottfried and Patrice Speeter Beddor. Perception of temporal and spectral information in French vowels.
51
  Ignatius G. Mattingly and Alvin M. Liberman.  Speech and other auditory modules.
67
  Catherine P. Browman and Louis Goldstein. Some notes on syllable structure in articulatory phonology.
85
  Hiroshi Muta, Thomas Baer, Kikuju Wagatsuma, Teruo Muraoka, and Hiroyuki Fukuda. A pitch-synchronous analysis of hoarseness in running speech.
103
 

Donald Shankweiler, Stephen Crain, Susan Brady, and Paul Macaruso. Identifying the cause of reading disability.

125
  Virginia A. Mann and Susan Brady. Reading disability: The role of language deficiencies.

147

  Shlomo Bentin. Orthography and Phonology in lexical decision: Evidence from repetition effects at different lags.
161
  M.T. Turvey, R.C. Schmidt, Lawrence D. Rosenblum, and Peter N. Kugler. On the time allometry of coordinated rhythmic movements.
183
  Geoffrey P. Bingham. Task specific devices and the perceptual bottleneck.
221
  Geoffrey P. Bingham. A note on dynamics and kinematics.
247
  Michael Studdert-Kennedy. Reading gestures by light and sound: A comment on Lipreading. by Ruth Campbell.
253
  Ignatius G. Mattingly. Children as Phonologists. (Review of C. Read's Children's Creative Spelling)
259