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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-105/106 (1991)
1 January - 30 June 1991
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S-105/106: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Isabelle Y. Liberman. Phonology and beginning reading revisited.
1
  Susan Brady. The role of working memory in reading disability.

9

  Stephen Crain, Donald Shankweiler, Paul Macaruso, and Eva Bar-Shalom. Working memory and comprehension of spoken sentences: Investigations of children with reading disorder.
23
  Stephen Crain and Donald Shankweiler. Explaining failures in spoken language comprehension by children with reading disability.
43
  Anne E. Fowler. How early phonological development might set the stage for phoneme awareness.
53
  Alvin M. Liberman and Ignatius G. Mattingly. Modularity and the effects of experience.
65
  Robert G. Crowder. Modularity and dissociations in memory systems.
69
 

Catherine P.Browman and Louis Goldstein. Representation and Reality: Physical systems and phonological structure.

83
  Carol A. Fowler, Catherine T. Best, and Gerald W. McRoberts. Young infants' perception of liquid coarticulatory influences on following stop consonants.

93

  Caroline L. Smith, Catherine P. Browman, Richard S. McGowan, and Bruce Kay. Extracting dynamic parameters from speech movement data.
107
  Suzanne E. Boyce, Rena A. Krakow, and Fredericka Bell-Berti. Phonological underspecification and speech motor organization.
141
  Patrick Haggard. Task coordination in human prehension.
153
  Shlomo Bentin and Virginia Mann. Masking and stimulus intensity effects on duplex perception: A confirmation of the dissociation between speech and nonspeech modes.
173
  Patrice Speeter Beddor and Sarah Hawkins. The influence of spectral prominence on perceived vowel quality.
187
  Robert E. Remez and Philip E. Rubin. On the perception of speech from time-varying acoustic information: Contributions of amplitude variation.
215
  Peter Alfonso. Subject definition and selection criteria for stuttering research in adult subjects.
231
  Margaret Lanhey, Judy Flax, Ketherine Harris, and Arthur Boothroyd. Vocal fundamental frequency variability in young children: A comment on Development Trends in Vocal Fundamental Frequency of Young Children by M. Robb and J. Saxman.
243
  Bruno H. Repp. Patterns of expressive timing in performances of a Beethoven Minuet by Nineteen Famous Pianists.
247