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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-66 (1981)
1 April - 30 June 1978
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SR-66: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Katherine S. Harris. Electromyography as a technique for laryngeal investigation.
1
  Thomas Baer. Investigation of the phonatory mechanism.
35
  Robert E. Remez, Philip E. Rubin, and Thomas D. Carrell. Phonetic perception of sinusoidal signals: Effects of amplitude variation.
55
  Robert B. Katz, Donald Shankweiler, and Isabelle Y. Liberman. Memory for item order and phonetic recording in the beginning reader.
67
  Bruno H. Repp. Perceptual equivalence of two kinds of ambiguous speech stimuli.
79
  G.J. Borden, K.S. Harris Hollis Fitch, and H. Yoshioka. Producing relatively unfamiliar speech gestures: A synthesis of perceptual targets and production rules.
85
  Daisy L. Hung and Ovid J. L. Tzeng. Orthographic variations and visual information processing.
119
  Laurie Beth Feldman. Visual word recognition in Serbo-Croatian is necessarily phonological.
167
  Laurie Beth Feldman and Aleksandar Kostic. Word recognition with mixed-alphabet forms.

203

  Sheng-Ping Fang, Ovid J. L. Fang, and Liz Alva. Intra-versus inter-language Stroop effects in two types of writing systems.
213
  Kristine S. MacKain, Catherine T. Best, and Winifred Strange. Categorical perception of English /r/ and /l/ by Japanese bilinguals.
229
  Bruno H. Repp. Influence of vocalic context on perception of the (S)-(s) distinction: V. Two ways of avoiding it.
251
  G. Lukatela, A. Kostic and M.T. Turvey. Grammatical priming of inflected nouns.
263
  Laurie B. Feldman, A. Kostic, G. Lukatela, and M.T. Turvey. An evaluation of the "Basic Orthographic Syllabic Structure" in a phonologically shallow orthography.
273
II. Publications and Reports
295