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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-79/80 (1984)
1 July - 31 December 1984
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SR-79/80: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Catherine P. Browman and Louis M. Goldstein. Dynamic Modeling of Phonetic Structure.
1
  Katherine S. Harris. Coarticulation as a Component in Articulatory Description.
19
  Jan Edwards.  Contextual Effects on Lingual-Mandibular Coordination.
 39
  Betty Tuller and J.A. Scott Kelso. The Timing of Articulatory Gestures:  Evidence for Relational Invariants.
49
  Gloria J. Borden, Thomas Baer, and Mary Kay Kenney.  Onset of Voicing in Stuttered and Fluent Utterances.
65
  D. H. Whalen and Arthur G. Samuel. Phonetic Information is Integrated Across Intervening Nonlinguistic Sounds.
81
  Bruno H. Repp and Shlomo Bentin. Parameters of Spectral/Temporal Fusion in Speech Perception.
93
  Brad Rakerd, Robert R. Verbrugge, and Donald P. Shankweiler. Monitoring For Vowels in Isolation and In a Consonantal Context.
107
  Virginia A. Mann. Perception of [l] and [r] by native speakers of Japanese:  A Distinction Between Articulatory and Phonetic Perception.

117

  J. A. S. Kelso, Eric Vatikiotis-Bateson, Elliot L. Saltzman, and Bruce Kay. A Qualitative Dynamic Analysis of Reiterant Speech Production:  Phase Portraits, Kinematics, and Dynamic Modeling.
125
  J. A.S. Kelso, Betty Tuller, and Katherine S. Harris. A Theoretical Note on Speech Timing.
161
  Leigh Lisker.   On Reconciling Monophthongal Vowel Percepts and Continuously Varying F Patterns.
167
  E. Saltzman and J. A. S. Kelso. Synergies:  Stabilities, Instabilities and Modes.
175
  Donald Shankweiler, Suzanne T. Smith, and Virginia A. Mann. Repetition and comprehension of Spoken Sentences By Reading-Disabled Children.
181
  F. William Fischer, Donald Shankweiler, and Isabelle Y. Liberman. Spelling Proficiency and Sensitivity to Word Structure.
197
  Laurie B. Feldman, G. Lukatela, and M. T. Turvey. Effects of Phonological Ambiguity on Beginning Readers of Serbo-Croatian.
223
  Ignatius G. Mattingly and Alvin M. Liberman. Verticality Unparalleled.
241
II. Publications and Reports
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