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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-41 (1975)
   1 January - 31 March 1975
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SR-41: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Michael T. Turvey. Preliminaries to a Theory of Action with Reference to Vision.
1
  Michael Studdert-Kennedy. Two Questions in Dichotic Listening.
51
  James E. Cutting and James F. Kavanagh. On the Relationship of Speech to Language.
59
  James E. Cutting, Burton Rosner, and Christopher F. Foard. Rise Time in Nonlingustic Sounds and Models of Speech Perception.
71
  G. Campbell Ellison. Phonetic Coding of Words in a Taxonomic Classification Task.
95
  G.M. Kuhn. On the Front Cavity Resonance, and it's Possible Role in Speech Perception.
105
  Patricl W. Nye, Frances Ingemann, and Lea Donald. Synthetic Speech Comprehension: A Comparison of Listener Performances with and Preferences Among Different Speech Forms.
117
  Frances Ingemann. Testing Synthesis-by-Rule with the OVEBORD Program.
127
  Jane H. Gaitenby. Stress and the Elastic Syllable: An Acoustic Method for Delineating Lexical Stress Patterns in Connected Speech.

137

  Leigh Lisker. Is it VOT or a First-Formant Transition Detector?
153
  Arthur S. Abramson. Pitch in the Perception of Voicing States in Thai: Diachronic Implications.
165
  Katherine S. Harris, Hajime Hirose, and Kirstin Hadding. Facial Muscle Activity in the Production of Swedish Vowels: An Electromyographic Study.
175
  Gloria Borden and Thomas Gay. Combined Cinefluorographic-Electromyographic Study of the Tongue During the Production of /s/: Preliminary Observations.
197
  T. Ushijima and H. Hirose. Velar Movement and its Motor Command.
207
  Frances Freeman and Tatsujiro Ushijima. The Stuttering Larynx: An EMG, Fiberoptic Study of Laryngeal Activity Accompanying the Moment of Stuttering.
217
II. Publications and Reports
231