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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-65 (1981)
1 January - 31 March 1981
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SR-65: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Hollis L. Fitch. Distinguishing temporal information for speaking rate from temporal information for intervocalic stop consonant voicing.
1
  Betty Tuller, Katherine S. Harris, and J.A. Scott Kelso. Articulatory motor events as a function of speaking rate and stress.
33
  Betty Tuller, J.A. Scott, and Katherine S. Harris. Phase relationships among articulator muscles as a function of speaking rate and stress.
63
  Anders Lofqvist and Hirohide Yoshioka. Interarticulator programming in obstruent production.
91
  Peter J. Alfonso and Thomas Baer. An electromyographic-cinefluorographic-acoustic study of dynamic vowel production.
109
  Isabelle Y. Liberman and Virginia A. Mann. Should reading instruction and remediation vary with the sex of the child?.
125
  Vicki L. Hanson. When a word is not the sum of its letters: Fingerspelling and spelling.
145
  J.A. Scott Kelso, Betty Tuller, and Katherine S. Harris. A 'dynamic pattern' perspective on the control and coordination of movement.
157
  J.A. Scott Kelso and Edward S. Reed. Motivating muscles: The problem of action.

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  Franklin S. Cooper. Some reflections on speech research.
201
  Bruno H. Repp. On levels of description in speech research.
217
  Michael Studdert-Kennedy. A note on the biology of speech perception.
223
  Brad Rakerd, Alvin M. Liberman, and David Isenberg. More on duplex perception of cues for stop consonants.
233
  Betty Tuller and Carol A. Fowler. The contribution of amplitude to the perception of isochrony.
245
  Leigh Lisker. On generalizing the rabid-rapid distinction based on silent gap duration.
251
II. Publications and Reports
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