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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-77/78 (1984)
1 January - 30 June 1984
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SR-77/78: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Michael Studert-Kennedy. Sources of Variability in Early Speech Development.
1
  Michael Studdert-Kennedy. Invariance:  Functional or Descriptive?
23
  A.M. Liberman.  Brief Comments on Invariance in Phonetic Perception.
 27
  Bruno H. Repp and Alvin M. Liberman. Phonetic Category Boundaries are Flexible.
31
  Betty Tuller.  On Categorizing Aphasic Speech Errors.
55
  Sharon Y. Manuel and Rena A. Krakow. Universal and Language Particular Aspects of Vowel-To-Vowel Coarticulation.
69
  J.A. Scott Kelso, Betty Tuller, E.V.-Bateson, and Carol A. Fowler. Functionally Specific Articulatory Cooperation Following Jaw Perturbations During Speech:  Evidence For Coordinative Structures.
79
  Patrice Speeter Beddor. Formant Integration and the Perception of Nasal Vowel Height.
107
  Arthur S. Abramson and Leigh Lisker. Relative Power of Cues:  FO Shift vs. Voice Timing.

121

  Leigh Lisker and Thomas Baer. Laryngeal Management at Utterance-Internal Word Boundary in American English.
129
  Bruno H. Repp. Closure Duration and Release Burst Amplitude Clues to Stop consonant Manner and Place of Articulation.
137
  Bruno H. Repp.   Effects of Temporal Stimulus Properties on Perception of the [s1]-[sp1] Distinction.
147
  Peter N. Kugler, M.T. Turvey, Claudia Carello, and Robert Shaw. The Physics of Controlled Collisions:  A reverie about Locomotion.
157
  Robert E. Remez and Philip E. Rubin. On the Perception of Intonation from Sinusoidal Sentences.
191
II. Publications and Reports
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