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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-55/56 (1978)
1 July - 31 December 1978
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SR-55/56: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Alice F. Healy and Andrea G. Levitt. The Relative Accessibility of Semantic and Deep Structure Syntactic Concepts.
1
  F. Bell-Berti, L.J. Raphael, D.B. Pisoni and J.R. Sawusch. Some Relationships between Articulation and Perception.
21
  Thomas Baer.  Reflex Activation of Laryngeal Muscles by Sudden Induced Subglottal Pressure Changes.
33
  Seiji Niimi, Fredericka Bell-Berti and Katherine S. Harris. Dynamic Aspects of Velopharyngeal Closure.
45
  David Isenberg. Effect of Speaking Rate on the Relative Duration of Stop Closure and Fricative Noise.
63
  René Collier, Leigh Lisker, Hajime Hirose and Tatsujiro Ushijima. Voicing in Intervocalic Stops and Fricatives in Dutch.
81
  Donald Shankweiler, Robert Verbrugge and Michael Studdert-Kennedy. Insufficiency of the Target for Vowel Perception.
103
  Robert R. Verbrugge and David Isenberg. Syllable Timing and Vowel Perception.
113
  Paul Mermelstein, Alvin M. Liberman and Anne E. Fowler. Perception of Vowel Duration in consonantal Context and its Application to Vowel Identification.

123

  Bruno H. Repp. Stimulus Dominance in Fused Dichotic Syllables.
133
  Bruno H. Repp. Categorical Perception of Fused Dichotic Syllables.
149
  Bruno H. Repp.   Stimulus Dominance and Ear Dominance in Fused Dichotic Speech and Nonspeech Stimuli.
163
  Leigh Lisker. On Buzzing the English /b/.
181
  Robert F. Port. Effects of Word-Internal vs. Word-External Tempo on the Voicing Boundary for Medial Stop Closure.
189
  Fredericka Bell-Berti, Thomas Baer, Katherine S. Harris and Seiji Niimi. Coarticulatory Effects of Vowel Quality on Velar Function.
199
  David Dechovitz and Roland Mandler. Duration-Contingent Effects in Adaptation.
209
II. Publications and Reports
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