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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-109/110 (1992)
1 January - 30 June 1992
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S-109/110: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Carol A. Fowler. Phonological and Articulatory Characteristics of Spoken Language.
1
  Vincent L. Gracco. Characteristics of Speech as a Motor Control System.

13

  Vincent Gracco. Sensorimotor Mechanisms in Speech Motor Control.
27
  Vincent Gracco. Analysis of Speech Movements: Practical Considerations and Clinical Application.
45
  Andrea G. Levitt. Reiterant Speech as a Test of Nonnative Speakers' Mastery of the Timing of French.
59
  Andrea Levitt, Alice F. Healy, and David W. Fendrich. Syllable-internal  Structure and the Sonority Hierarchy: Disserential Evidence from Lexical Decision, Naming and Reading
73
  Catherine T. Best and Winifred Strange. Effects of Phonological and Phonetic Factors on Cross-Language Perception.
89
 

Alvin M. Liberman. Plausibility, Parsimony, and Theories of Speech.

109
  Alvin M. Liberman. The Relation of Speech to Reading and Writing.

119

  Ignatius G. Mattingly. Linguistic Awareness and Orthographic Form
129
  Shlomo Bentin, Ronen Hammer, and Sorel Cahan. The Effects of Aging and First Grade School on the Development of Phonological Awareness.
141
  Laurie Beth Feldman. Bi-alphabetism and the Design of a Reading Mechanism
147
  Laurie Beth Feldman and Shlomo Bentin. Morphological Analysis of Disrupted Morphemes: Evidence from Hebrew.
163
  Ram Frost. Phonetic Recoding of Print and Its Effect on the Detection of Concurrent Speech in Amplitude Modulated Noise.
179
  Ram Frost and Shlomo Bentin. Processing Phonological and Semantic Ambiguity: Evidence From Semantic Priming at Different SOAs
191
  Avital Deutsch and Shlomo Bentin. Attention Mechanisms Mediate the Syntactic Priming Effect in Auditory Word Identification.
205
  Donald Shankweiler. Starting on the Right Foot: A review of Marilyn Jager Adams' Beginning to Read: Thinking and Learning about Print.
221
  Qi Wang, Diane Lillo-Martin, Catherine T. Best and Andrea Levitt. Null Subject vs. Null Object: Some Evidence from the Acquisition of Chinese and English.
225
  Arthur S. Abramson. Amplitude as a Cue to Word-initial Consonant Lenght: Pattani Malay
251
  Arthue S. Abramson and Donna M. Erickson. Tone Splits and Voicing Shifts in Thai: Phonetic Plausibility
255
  Bruno H. Repp. A Constraint on the Expressive Timing of a Melodic Gesture: Evidence from Performance and Aesthetic Judgement.
263
  Bruno H. Repp. A Review of Carol L. Krumhansl's Cognitive Foundations of Musical Pitch.
277
  Bruno H. Repp. Toward an Emancipation of the "Weaker Sense"
283