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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-70 (1982)
1 April - 30 June 1982
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SR-70: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  David Goodman and J.A. Scott Kelso. Exploring the functional significance of physiological tremor: A Biospectroscopic Approach.
1
  Nancy S. McGarr. Differences between experienced and inexperienced listeners to deaf speech.
29
  Isabelle Y. Liberman. A language-oriented view of reading and its disabilities.
53
  Adam Drewnowski and Alice F. Healy. Phonetic factors in letter detection: A Reevaluation.
77
  Bruno H. Repp. Categorical perception: Issues, methods, findings.
99
  Vicki L. Hanson. Short-term recall by deaf signers of American Sign Language: Implications of encoding strategy for order recall.
185
  Robert G. Crowder. A Common basis for auditory sensory storage in perception and immediate memory.
205
  Virginia A. Mann and Isabelle Y. Liberman. Phonological awareness and verbal short-term memory: Can they presage early reading problems?
221
  Gloria J. Borden. Initiation versus execution time during manual and oral counting by stutterers.

239

  Rick C. Robson, Barbara A. Morrongiello, Catherine T. Best, and Rachael K. Clifton. Trading relations in the perception of speech by five-year-old children.
255
  Donna Erickson, Thomas Baer, and Katherine S. Harris. The role of the strap muscles in pitch lowering.
275
  Leigh Lisker and Arthur S. Abramson. Phonetic validation of distinctive features: A test case in French.
285
  Katherine S. Harris and Fredericka Bell-Berti. On consonants and syllable boundaries.
293
  D. H. Whalen. Vowel information in postvocalic frictions.
301
II. Publications and Reports
313