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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-119/120 (1994-95)
1 July 1994 - 31 December 1995
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S-119/120: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Maria Mody, Michael Studdert-Kennedy, and Susan Brady. Speech Perception Deficits in Poor Readers: Auditory Processing or Phonological Coding?
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  Michael Studdert-Kennedy and Maria Mody. Auditory Temporal Perception Deficits in the Reading-impaired: A Critical Review of the Evidence

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  Michael Studdert-Kennedy, A.M. Liberman, S. A. Brady, A.E. Fowler, M. Mody and D.P. Shankweiler. Lengthened Format Transitions are Irrelevant to the Improvement of Speech and Language Impairments
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  Katerina Lukatela, Claudia Carello, Donald Shankweiler, and Isabelle Y. Liberman. Phonological Awareness in Illiterates: Observations from Serbo-Croatian.
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  Aviatal Deutsch and Shlomo Bentin. Attention Factors Mediating Syntactic Deficiency in Reading-disabled Children.
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  D. Shankweiler, S. Crain, L. Katz, A.E. Folwer, A.M. Liberman, S.A. Brady, R. Thornton, E. Lundquist, L. Dreyer, J.M. Fletcher, K.K. Stuebing, S.E. Shaywitz, and B.A. Shaywitz. Cognitive Profiles of Reading-disabled Children: Comparison of Language Skills in Phonology, Morphology and Syntax.
81
  Katarina Lukatela, Donald Shankweiler, and Stephen Crain. Syntactic Processing in Agrammatic Aphasia by Speakers of a Slavic Language.
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Janet Dean Fodor, Weijia Ni, Stephen Crain, and Donald Shankweiler. Tasks and Timing in the Perception of Linguistic Anomaly.

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  Weijia Ni, Stephen Crain, and Donald Shankweiler. Sidestepping Garden Paths: Assessing the Contributions of Syntax, Semantics and Plausibility in Resolving Ambiguities

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  Alvin M. Liberman. Why is Speech so Much Easier than Reading and Writing?
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  Alvin M. Liberman. How Theories of Speech Affect Research in Reading and Writing
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  Shlomo Bentin and Raphiq Ibrahim. New Evidence for Phonological Processing during Visual Word Recognition: The Case of Arabic.
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  Avital Deutsch, Shlomo Bentin, and Leonard Katz. Lexical and Semantic Influences on Syntactic Processing.
221
  Laurie Beth Feldman, Ram Frost, and Tamar Pnini. Decomposing Words into their Constituent Morphemes: Evidence from English and Hebrew.
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  Joaquin Romero. An Articulatory View of Historical S-aspiration in Spanish
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  Bruno H. Repp. Manfred Clynes, Pianist
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  Bruno H. Repp. The Difficulty of Measuring Musical Quality (and Quantity) Commentary on R.W. Weisberg (1994). Genius and madness? A quasi-experimental test of the hypothesis that manic-depression increases creativity.
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  Bruno H. Repp. A Review of David Epstein's Shaping Time: Music, the Brain, and Performance
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  Bruno H. Repp. The Dynamics of Expressive Piano Performance: Schumann's "Traumerei" Revisited.
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