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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-61 (1980)
1 January - 31 March 1980
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SR-61: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Franklin S. Cooper. Acoustics in Human Communication: Evolving Ideas About the Nature of Speech.
1
  J.A. Scott Kelso. Motor-Sensory Feedback Formulations:  Are We Asking the Right Questions?
9
  Ignatius G. Mattingly.  Phonetic Representation and Speech Synthesis by Rule.
 15
  Katherine S. Harris and Nancy S. McGarr. Relationships Between Speech Perception and Speech Production in Normal Hearing and Hearing-Impaired Subjects.
23
  Alice F. Healy and Andrea G. Levitt.  Accessibility of the Voicing Distinction for Learning Phonological Rules.
47
  Bruno H. Repp and Virginia A. Mann. Influence of Vocalic Context on Perception of the [Տ]-[s] Distinction:  II.  Spectral Factors.
65
  J.A. Scott Kelso and Kenneth G. Holt. Exploring a Vibratory Systems Analysis of Human Movement Production.
85
  Wynne A. Lee and J.A. Scott Kelso. Properties of Slowly Adapting Joint Receptors Do Not Readily Predict Perception of Limb Position.
109
  Michael Studdert-Kennedy. Perceiving Phonetic Segments.

123

  Ignatius G. Mattingly. Reading, Linguistic Awareness and Language Acquisition.
135
  Bruno H. Repp. A Range-Frequency Effect on Perception of Silence in Speech.
151
  Ignatius G. Mattingly and Andrea Levitt.   Perception of Stop Consonants Before Low Unrounded Vowels.
167
  J.A. Scott Kelso and Betty Tuller. Toward a Theory of Apractic Syndromes.
175
  Steven B. Davis and Paul Mermelstein. Comparison of Parametric Representations for Monosyllabic Word Recognition in Continuously Spoken Sentences.
195
II. Publications and Reports
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