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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-103/104 (1990)
1 July - 31 December 1990
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S-103/104: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Sharon Y. Manuel. The role of contrast in limiting vowel-to-vowel coarticulation in different languages.
1
  Fredericka Bell-Berti and Rena Arens Krakow. Anticipatory Velar Lowering: A coproduction account.

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  Suzanne E. Boyce, Rena a. Krakow, Fredericka Bell-Berti, and Carole E. Gelfer. Converging sources of evidence for dissecting articulatory movements into core gestures.
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  Jan Edwards and Katherine S. Harris. Rotation and Translation of the jaw during speech.
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  Eric Vatikiotis-Bateson and J.A. Scott Kelso. Linguistic structure and articulatory dynamic: A cross language study
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  Catherine P. Browman and Louis Goldstein. Gestural specification using dynamically-defined articulatory structures.
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  Bruno H. Repp and Robert G. Crowder. Stimulus order effects in vowel discrimination.
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D.H. Whalen, E.R. Wiley, Philip E. Rubin, and Franklin S. Cooper. The Haskins Laboratories' Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) System.

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  Anne E. Fowler. Factors contributing to performance on phoneme awareness tasks in school-aged children.

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  Nianqi Ren and Ignatius G. Mattingly. Short-term serial recall performance by good and poor readers of Chinese.
153
  Vicki L. Hanson. Recall of order information by deaf signers: Phonetic coding in temporal order recall.
165
  Leonard Katz, Karl Rexer, and Georgije Lukatela. The processing of inflected words.
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  Bruce A. Kay, Elliot L. Saltzman and J.A. Scott Kelso. Steady-state and perturbed rhythmical movements: A dynamical analysis.
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