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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-48 (1976)
1 October - 31 December 1976
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SR-48: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Michael Turvey, Robert Shaw, and William Mace. Issues in the Theory of Action.
1
  Katherine S. Harris. Physiological Aspects of Speech Production:  Why Study Speech Production?
21
  Michael Studdert-Kennedy. Universals in Phonetic Structure and Their Role in Linguistic Communication.
43
  Paul Mermelstein and Hollis Fitch.  Difference Limens for Formant-Frequencies for Steady-State and Consonant-Bounded Vowels.
51
  Janet May.  Vocal Tract Normalization for /s/ and /ŝ/.
67
  Isabelle Y. Liberman and Donald Shankweiler.  Speech, the Alphabet and Teaching to Read.
75
  Michael Turvey. Visual Processing and Short-Term Memory.
97
  Michael Turvey. Contrasting Orientations to the Theory of Visual Information.
153
  Alvin M Liberman and David B. Pisoni.   Evidence for a Special Speech-Perceiving Subsystem in the Human.

183

  Michael Dorman, Alvin M. Liberman, and Lawrence Raphael. Further Observations on the Role of Silence in the Perception of Stop Consonants.
199
  Bruno H. Repp. Perception of Implosive Transitions in VCV Utterances.
209
  Lyn Frazier. What Can /w/, /1/, /y/ Tell Us About Categorical Perception?
235
  Christopher Darwin, Peter Howell, and Susan A. Brady. Laterality and Localization:  A Right-Ear Advantage for Speech Heard on the Left.
257
  Mark Blechner. Left-Ear Advantage for Sounds Characterized by a Rapidly Varying Resonance Frequency.
279
  James Cutting and David Pisoni.  An Information-Processing Approach to Speech Perception.
287
  Jane Gaitenby and S. Lea Donald.  Outline of a Surname Pronunciation - Rules for a Reading Machine.
327
  George Sholes.  Building an -S Detection and Removal Algorithm.
339
II. Publications and Reports
345