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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-95/96 (1988)
1 July - 31 December 1988
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SR-95/96: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Susan Nittrouer, Kevin Munhall, J.A. Scott Kelson, Betty Tuller, and Katherine S. Harris. Patterns of interarticulator phasing and their relation to linguistic structure.
1
  Bruno H. Repp and Hwei-Bing Lin. Acoustic properties and perception of stop consonant release transients.

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  Asher Laufer and Thomas Baer. The emphatic and pharyngeal sounds in Hebrew and in Arabic.
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  Leigh Lisker. On the articulatory interpretation of vowel "Quality": The dimension of rounding.
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  Ram Frost and Leonard Katz.  Orthographic depth and the interaction of visual and auditory processing in word recognition.
81
  G. Lukatela, M.T. Turvey, Laurie B. Feldman, Claudia Carello and L. Katz. Alphabet priming in bi-alphabetical word perception.
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  G. Lukatela, Laurie B. Feldman, M.T. Turvey, Claudia Carello, and L. Katz. Context effects in bi-alphabetical word perception.
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Alvin M. Liberman. Reading is hard just because listening is easy.

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  Geoffrey P. Bingham, R.C. Schmidt and Lawrence D. Rosenblum. Hefting for a maximum distance throw: A smart perceptual mechanism.

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  Lawrence D. Rosenblum and M.T. Turvey. Maintenance tendency in coordinated rhythmic movements: Relative fluctuations and phase.
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  Peter N. Kugler and M.T. Turvey. Self organization, flow fields and information.
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  Catherine T. Best and Heide F. Queen. Baby, it's in your smile: Infant emotional expressions show right hemiface bias, specific to lower face.
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  Shlomo Bentin and Morris Moscovitch. The time course of repetition effects for words and unfamiliar faces.
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  Robert G. Crowder. Modularity and dissociations in memory systems.
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