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 71,
HASKINS LABS NEW HAVEN CONN
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Manuscripts and extended reports cover the following topics Auditory and phonetic processes in speech perception--evidence from a dichotic study An auditory analogue of the Sperling partial report procedure--evidence for brief auditory storage Stimulus versus response competition and ear asymmetry in dichotic listening The effect of temporal overlap on the perception of dichotically and monotically presented CV syllables Auditory evoked potentials during speech perception Basic research in speech and lateralization of language--some implications for reading disability The EMG data system Electromyography of the articulatory muscles--current instrumentation and technique Action of the extrinsic musculature in the control of tongue position Electromyography of the intrinsic laryngeal muscles during phonation An electromyographic study of laryngeal adjustments during speech articulation The velopharyngeal mechanism--an electromyographic study An electromyographic investigation of the tense-lax feature in some English vowels Vocal tract size normalization in the perception of stop consonants Vowel duration as a cue to the perceptual separation of cognate sounds in American English. Author
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