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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-86/87 (1986)
1 April - 30 September 1986
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SR-86/87: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Bruno H. Repp. The role of psychophysics in understanding speech perception.
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  Igntius G. Mattingly and Alvin M. Liberman. Specialized perceiving systems for speech and other biologically significant sounds.
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  Leigh Lisker. "Voicing" in English: A catalog of acoustic features signaling /b/ versus /p/ in trochees.
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  Bruno H. Repp and David R. Williams. Categorical tendencies in imitating self-produced isolated vowels.
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  Daniel Recasens.  An acoustic analysis of V-to-C and V-to-V: Coarticulatory effects in Catalan and Spanish VCV sequences.
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  Bruno H. Repp. The sound of two hands clapping: An exploratory study.
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  Richard S. McGowan. An aeroacoustics approach to phonation: Some experimental and theoretical observations.
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J.A.Scott Kelso. Pattern formation in speech and limb movements involving many degrees of freedom.

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B.A.Kay, J.A.S.Kelso, E.L.Saltzman, and G.Schoner. The space-time behavior of single and bimanual rhythmical movements: Data and Model.

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  Donald Shankweiler and Stephen Crain. Language mechanisms and reading disorder: A modular approach.
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  Stephen Crain and Donal Shankweiler. Syntactic complexity and reading acquisition.
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  Vicki L. Hanson and Carol A. Fowler. Phonological coding in word reading: Evidence from hearing and deaf readers.
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  Ram Frost, Leonard Katz, and Shlomo Bentin. Strategies for visual word recognition and orthographic depth: A multi-lingual comparison.
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  Laurie B. Feldman and Carol A. Fowler. The inflected noun system in Serbo-Croatian: Lexical representation of morphological structure.
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  Laurie B. Feldman and Jasmina Moskovljevic. Repetition priming is not purely episodic in origin.
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II. Publications and Reports

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