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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-111/112 (1992)
1 July - 31 December 1992
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S-111/112: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Robert E. Remez and Philip E. Rubin. Acoustic Shards, Perceptual Glue
1
  Doug Whalen. FO Gives Voicing Information even with Unambiguous VOTs

11

  Catherine P. Browman and Louis Goldstein. Articulatory Phonology: An overview
23
  Elizabeth C. Zsiga. Acoustic Evidence for Gestural Overlap in Consonant
43
  Elizabeth Whitney Goodell and Michael Studdert-Kennedy. Acoustic Evidence for the Development of Gestural Coordination in the Speech of 2 Year-Olds: A Longitudinal.
63
  Michael Studdert-Kennedy and Elizabeth Whitney Goodell. Gestures, Features and Segments in Early Child Speech
89
  L. Carol Gracco, Vincent L. Gracco, Andres Lofqvist, and Kenneth Marek. An Aerodynamic Evaluation of Parkinsonian Dysarthria:Laryngeal and Supralaryngeal Manifestations
103
 

Joseph Kalinowski, Joy Armson, Andrew Stuart, Marek Roland-Mieszkowski, and Vincent L. Gracco. Effects of Alterations in Auditory Feedback and Speech Rate on Stuttering Frequency.

111
  Ram Frost and Michal Kampf. Phonetic Recoding of Phonologically Ambiguous Printed Words

121

  Ram Frost and Shlomo Bentin. Reading Consonants and Guessing Vowels: Visual Word Recognition in Herbrew Orthography.
135
  Leonard Katz and Ram Frost. The Reading Process is Different for Different Orthographies: The Orthographic Depth Hypothesis.
147
  Lois G. Dreyer and Leonard Katz. An Examination of "The Simple View of Reading"
161
  Shlomo Bentin. Phonological Awareness, Reading and Reading Acquisition: A Survey and Appraisal of Current Knowledge.
167
  Laurie B. Feldman and Darinka Andjelkovic. Morphological Analysis in Word Recognition
181
  Claudia Carello, M.T. Turvey, and Georgije Lukatela. Can Theories of Word Recognition Remain Stubbornly Nonphonological?
193
  Paul Macaruso, Donald Shankweiler, Brian Byrne, and Stephen Crain. Poor Readers are Not Easy to Fool: Comprehension of Adjectives with Exceptional Control Properties.
205
  Bruno H. Repp. A review of Daniel Reisberg (Ed.), Auditory Imagery.
215
  Bruno H. Repp. A Review of Mari Riess Jones and Susan Holleran (Eds.), Cognitive Bases of Musical Communication
219
  Bruno H. Repp. Diversity and Commonality in Music Performance: An Analysis of Timing Microstructure in Schumann's "Traumerei"
227
  Bruno H. Repp. A Review of Einfuhrung in die deutsche Phonetik by Ursula Hirschfeld.
261
  Bruno H. Repp. Music as Motion: A Synopsis of Alexander Truslit's (1938) "Gestaltung und Bewwgung in der Musik"
265
  Bruno H. Repp. Objective Performance Analysis as a Tool for the Musical Detective.
279
  Bruno H. Repp. Some Empirical Observations on Sound Level Properties of Recorded Piano Tones.
283
  Bruno H. Repp. Probing the Cognitive Representation of Musical Time: Structural Constraints on the Perception of Timing Perturbations
293
  Bruno H. Repp. A Review of Yoh'ichi Tohkura, Eric Vatikiotis-Bateson, and Yoshinori Sagisaka (Eds.), Speech Perception, Production and Linguistic Structure
321