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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-67/68 (1981)
1 July - 31 December 1981
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SR-67/68: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Bruno H. Repp. Phonetic trading relations and context effects: New experimental evidence for a speech mode of perception.
1
  Fredericka Bell-Berti and Katherine S. Harris. Temporal patterns of coarticulation: Lip rounding.
41
  Carole E. Gelfer, Katherine S. Harris, and Gary Hilt. Temporal constraints on anticipatory coarticulation.
57
  Janette B. Henderson and Bruno H. Repp. Is a stop consonant released when followed by another stop consonant?
71
  Nancy S. McGarr and Anders Lofqvist. Obstruent production by hearing-impaired speakers: Interarticulator timing and acoustics.
83
  Alvin M. Liberman. On finding that speech is special.
107
  Deborah Wilkenfeld. Reading, prosody, and orthography.
145
  Isabelle Y. Liberman, Virginia A. Mann, Donald Shankweiler, and Michelle Werfelman. Children's memory for recurring linguistic and nonlinguistic material in relation to reading ability.
155
  Bruno H. Repp. Phonetic and auditory trading relations between acoustic cues in speech perception: Preliminary results.

165

  Paul J. Costa and Ignatius G. Mattingly. Production and perception of phonetic contrast during phonetic change.
191
  Robert G. Crowder. Decay of auditory memory in vowel discrimination.
197
  Michael Studdert-Kennedy. The emergence of phonetic structure.
217
  William H. Warren, Jr. and Robert R. Verbrugge. Auditory information for breaking and bouncing events: A case study in ecological acoustics.
223
  Carol A. Fowler and Brad Rakerd. Speech and Sign: Some comments from the event perspective. Report for the Language Work Group of the First International Conference on Event Perception.
241
  Bruno H. Repp and Virginia A. Mann. Fricative-stop coarticulation: Acoustic and perceptual evidence.
255
II. Publications and Reports
269