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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-42/43 (1975)
1 April - 30 September 1975
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SR-42/43: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  M.T. Turvey. Perspectives in Vision:  Conception or Perception?
1
  C.J. Darwin. The Perception of Speech.
59
  C.J. Darwin. On the Dynamic Use of Prosody in Speech Perception.
103
  Donald Shankweiler, Winifred Strange, and Robert Verbrugge. Speech and the Problem of Perceptual Constancy.
117
  Bruno H. Repp. "Coperception":  A Preliminary Study.
147
  Bruno H. Repp.  Dichotic "Masking" of Voice Onset Time.
159
  James E. Cutting. The Magical Number Two and the Natural Categories of Speech and Music.
189
  Mark J. Blechner, Ruth S. Day, and James E. Cutting. Processing Two Dimensions of Nonspeech Stimuli:  The Auditory-Phonetic Distinction Reconsidered.
221
  James E. Cutting. Predicting Initial Cluster Frequencies by Phonemic Difference.

233

  Donna S. Geffner and M.F. Dorman. Hemispheric Specialization for Speech Perception in Four-Year-Old Children from Low and Middle Socioeconomic Classes.
241
  Paul Mermelstein. Automatic Segmentation of Speech into Syllabic Units.
247
  Leigh Lisker, Alvin M. Liberman, Donna Erickson, and David Dechovitz. On Pushing the Voice-Onset-Time Boundary About. 
257
  M.F. Dorman, L.J. Raphael, A.M. Liberman, and B. Repp. Some Maskinglike Phenomena in Speech Perception.  
265
  Lawrence J. Raphael, Michael F. Dorman, and A.M. Liberman. The Perception of Vowel Duration in VC and CVC Syllables.
277
  Donald Shankweiler, Winifred Strange, and Robert Verbrugge. On Accounting for the Poor Recognition of Isolated Vowels.
285
  Fredericka Bell-Berti and Katherine S. Harris. Some Acoustic Measures of Anticipatory and Carryover Coarticulation.
297
II. Publications and Reports
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