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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-63/64 (1980)
1 July - 31 December 1980
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SR-63/64: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Michael Studdert-Kennedy and Harlan Lane. The Structuring of language:  Clues from the differences between signed and spoken language.
1
  David Goodman and J.A. Scott Kelso. Are movements prepared in parts?  Not under compatible [natural] conditions.
9
  Fredericka Bell-Berti.  Velopharyngeal function:  A spatial-temporal model.
 41
  Robert E. Remez, Philip E. Rubin, David B. Pisoni, and Thomas D. Carrell. Speech perception without traditional speech cues.
67
  Virginia A. Mann.  Influence of preceding liquid on stop consonant perception.
79
  Bruno H. Repp and Virginia A. Mann. Perceptual assessment of fricative-stop coarticulation.
93
  Bruno H. Repp. Influence of vocalic context on perception of the [ʃ] -[s] distinction:  IV.  Two strategies in fricative discrimination
121
  Alice F. Healy and Bruno H. Repp. Context sensitivity and phonetic mediation in categorical perception:  A comparison of four stimulus continua.
139
  Bruno H. Repp. Bidirectional contrast effects in the perception of VC-CV sequences.

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  Bruno H. Repp. Perception and production of two-stop-consonant sequences.
177
  Laurie B. Feldman and M.T. Turvey. Words written in Kana are named faster than the same words written in Kanji.
195
  G. Lukatela and M.T. Turvey.   Some experiments on the Roman and Cyrillic alphabets of Serbo-Croatian.
203
  G. Lukatela, D. Popadic, P. Ognjenovic and M.T. Turvey. Lexical decision in a phonologically shallow orthography.
227
  G. Lukatela, B. Gligorijevic, A. Kostic and M.T. Turvey. Representation of inflected nouns in the internal lexicon.
243
  G. Lukatela, B. Lorenc, P. Ogjenovic, and M.T. Turvey. A Word superiority effect in a phonetically precise orthography.
263
  Anders Lofqvist and Hirohide Yoshioka. Laryngeal activity in Icelandic obstruent production.
275
  Hirohide Yoshioka, Anders Lofqvist and Hajime Hirose. Laryngeal adjustments in Japanese voiceless sound production.
293
  Nancy S. McGarr and Katherine S. Harris. Articulatory control in a deaf speaker.
309
  Janet G. May. Acoustic factors that may contribute to categorical.
333
II. Publications and Reports
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