Speech Research: A Report on the Status and Progress of Studies on the Nature of Speech, Instrumentation for Its Investigation, and Practical Applications.
Status rept. 1 Jan-30 Jun 70.
HASKINS LABS NEW YORK
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Contents Hemispheric specialization for speech perception Ear differences in the recall of fricatives and vowels Selective listening for temporally staggered dichotic CV syllables Temporal order judgments in speech Opposed effects of a delayed channel on perception of dichotically and monotically presented CV syllables Discrimination in speech and nonspeech modes Effects of filtering and vowel environment on consonant perception A direct magnitude scaling method to investigate categorical versus continuous modes of speech perception On the speech of Neanderthal man Glottal adjustments for English obstruents Cinegraphic observations of the larynx during voiced and voiceless stops. A listing is given of manuscripts for publication, reports, and oral papers.
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