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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-73 (1983)
1 January - 31 March 1983
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SR-73: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  D. H. Whalen. The influence of subcategorical mismatches on lexical access.
1
  M.T. Turvey, Laurie B. Feldman, and G. Lukatela. The Serbo-Croatian orthography constrains the reader to a phonologically analytic strategy.
17
  G. Lukatela, Jelena Moraca, D. Stojnov, M.D. Savic, L. Katz, and M.T. Turvey. Grammatical priming effects between pronouns and inflected verb forms.
27
  Vesna Ognjenovic, G. Lukatela, Laurie Feldman and M. T. Turvey. Misreadings by beginning readers of Serbo-Croatian.
43
  Laurie B. Feldman. Bi-alphabetism and word recognition.
59
  Shlomo Bentin, Neta Bargai, Amiram Carmon, and Leonard Katz. Orthographic and phonemic coding for word identification: Evidence from Hebrew..
75
  Charles W. Marshall and Patrick W. Nye. Stress and vowel duration effects on syllable recognition.
95
  Bruno H. Repp. Phonetic and auditory trading relations between acoustic cues in speech perception: Further results.
121
  Vicki L. Hanson, Isabelle Y. Liberman, and Donald Shankweiler. Linguistic coding by deaf children in relation to beginning reading success.

141

  Vicki L. Hanson, Donald Shankweiler, and F. William Fischer. Determinants of spelling ability in deaf and hearing adults: Access to linguistic structure.
157
  J.A. Scott Kelso and Betty Tuller. A dynamical basis for action systems.
177
  J.A. Scott Kelso, Carol A. Putnam, and David Goodman. On the space-time structure of human interlimb coordination..
217
  Rene Collier, Fredericka Bell-Berti, and Lawrence J. Raphael. Some acoustic and physiological observations on diphthongs.
249
  Kiyoshi Honda. Relationship between pitch control and vowel articulation.
269
  Thomas Baer, Anders Lofqvist and Nancy S. McGarr. Laryngeal vibrations: A comparison between high-speed filming and glottographic techniques.
281
  P. Nye, G. N. Zimmerman, and J.A. Scott Kelso. "Compensatory articulation" in hearing impaired speakers: A cinefluorographic study.
293
  Arthur Abramson. Review: (Pierre Delattre): Studies in Comparative Phonetics.
311
II. Publications and Reports
317