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Haskins Laboratories Status Report: SR-101/102 (1990)
1 January - 30 June 1990
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S-101/102: Contents
  TITLE PAGE  
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I.

Manuscripts and Extended Reports

  Isabelle Y. Liberman, Donald Shankweiler, and Alvin M. Liberman. The alphabetic principle and learning to read.
1
  Michael Studdert-Kennedy. Language development from an evolutionary perspective.

14

  Alice Faber. Phonemic segmentation as epiphenomenon: Evidence from the history of alphabetic writing.
28
  Georgije Lukatela and M.T. Turvey. Phonemic similarity effects and prelexical phonology.
41
  Georgije Lukatela and M. T. Turvey. Automatic and prelexical computation of phonology in visual word identification.
74
  Ram Frost, Laurie B. Feldman, and Leonard Katz. Phonological ambiguity and lexical ambiguity: Effects on visual and auditory word recognition.
85
  Laurie Beth Feldman. Morphological relationships revealed through the repetition priming task.
101
 

Carol A. Fowler. Listener-talker attunements in speech.

110
  Daniel Recasens. An Electropalatographic and acoustic study of consonant-to-vowel coarticulation.

130

  D. H. Whalen. Coarticulation is largely planned.
149
  Susan Nittrouer and D. H. Whalen. The perceptual effects of child-adult differences in fricative-vowel coarticulation.
177
  Catherine P. Browman and Louis Goldstein. "Targetless" Schwa: An articulatory analysis.
194
  Richard S. McGown, Caroline L. Smith, Catherine P. Browman, and Bruce A. Kay. Methods for least-squares parameter identification for articulatory movement and the program PARFIT.
220
  M.T. Turvey, R.C. Schmidt, and Lawrence D. Rosenblum. "Clock" and "Motor" components in absolute coordination of rhythmic movements.
231
  Richard S. McGowan. An analogy between the mucosal waves of the vocal folds and wind waves on water.
243
  Arthur S. Abramson. Laryngeal Control in the plosives of standard Thai.
250
  Arthur S. Abramson and Nianqi Ren. Distinctive vowel length: Duration vs Spectrum in Thai.
256
  Bruno h. Repp and Hwei-Bing Lin. Effects of preceding context on the voice-onset-time category boundary.
269