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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-44 (1975)
1 October - 31 December 1975
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SR-44: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  A. M. Liberman. How Abstract Must a Motor Theory of Speech Perception Be?
1
  Carol A. Fowler. A Systems Approach to the Cerebral Hemispheres.
17
  James E. Cutting. Auditory and Linguistic Processes in Speech Perception:  Inferences from Six Fusions in Dichotic Listening.
37
  Philip Rubin, M. T. Turvey, and Peter van Gelder. Initial Phonemes Are Detected Faster in Spoken Words than in Spoken Nonwords.
75
  Paul Mermelstein. On Detecting Nasals in Continuous Speech.
83
  P. W. Nye, L.J. Reiss, F.S. Cooper, R.M. McGuire, P. Mermelstein, and T. Montlick.   A Digital Pattern Playback for the Analysis and Manipulation of Speech Signals.
95
  Leigh Lisker. In (Qualified) Defense of VOT.
109
  Arthur S. Abramson. The Coarticulation of Tones:  An Acoustic Study of Thai.
119
  Arthur S. Abramson. Thai Tones as a Reference System.

127

  Thomas Gay. Some Electromyographic Measures of Coarticulation in VCV Utterances.
137
  Gloria J. Borden and Thomas Gay. Durations of Articulator Movements for /s/-Stop Clusters.
147
II. Publications and Reports
163