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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-107/108 (1991)
1 July - 31 December 1991
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S-107/108: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Catherine T Best. The emergence of native-language phonological influences in infants: A perceptual assimilation model.
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  D.H.Whalen, Andrea G. Levitt and Qi Wang. Intonational differences between the reduplicative babbling of French- and English-learning infants.

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  Andrea G. Levitt and Jennifer G. Aydelott Utman. From babbling towards the sound systems of English and French: A longitudinal two-case study.
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  Carol A. Fowler and Dawn J. Dekle. Listening with eye and hand: Cross-modal contributions to speech perception.
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  R.S. McGowan. Recovering tube kinematics using time-varying acoustic information.
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  Fredericka Bell-Berti and Claude Chevrie-Muller. Motor levels of speech timing: Evidence from studies of Ataxia.
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  Peter J. Alfonso. Implications of the concepts underlying task-dynamic modeling on kinematic studies of stuttering.
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Peter J. Alfonso, Joseph S. Kalinowski, and Robin S. Story. The effect of speech motor training on stutterers' speech physiology.

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  Carol A. Fowler. Vowel duration and closure duration in voiced and unvoiced stops: There are no contrast effects here.

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  D.H. Whalen, Andre M. Cooper, and Carol A. Fowler. P-Center judgements are generally insensitive to the instructions given.
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  Bruno H. Repp. Perceptual restoration of a "Missing " speech sound: Auditory induction or illusion?
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  Vicki L. Hanson, Elizabeth W. Goodell, and Charles a. Perfetti. Tongue-twister effects in the silent reading of hearing and deaf college students.
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  I.Y. Liberman and A.M. Liberman. Whole languages vs. code emphasis: Underlying assumptions and their implications for reading instruction.
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  Yi Xu. Depth of phonological recoding in short-term memory.
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  Georgije Lukatela and M.T. Turvey. Phonological access of the lexicon: Evidence from associative priming with pseudohomophones.
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  Laurie B. Feldman. The contribution of morphology to word recognition.
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  Bruno H. Repp, Ram Frost, and Elizabeth Zsiga. Lexical mediation between sight and sound in speechreading.
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  Michael Studdert-Kennedy. Leap of Faith: A review of Derek Bickerton's Langauge and Species.
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