ERIC Number: ED344259
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1991-Jul
Reference Count: N/A
Speech Research, Status Report July-December 1991.
Studdert-Kennedy, Michael, Ed.
One of a series of semi-annual reports, this publication contains 18 articles which report the status and progress of studies on the nature of speech, instruments for its investigation, and practical applications. Articles are as follows: "The Emergence of Native-Language Phonological Influences in Infants: A Perceptual Assimilation Mode" (Catherine T. Best); "Intonational Differences between the Reduplicative Babbling of French- and English-Learning Infants" (D. H. Whalen and others); "From Babbling towards the Sound Systems of English and French: A Longitudinal Two-Case Study" (Andrea G. Levitt and Jennifer G. Aydelott Utman); "Listening with Eye and Hand: Cross-Modal Contributions to Speech Perception" (Carol A. Fowler and Dawn J. Dekle); "Recovering Tube Kinematics Using Time-Varying Acoustic Information" (R. S. McGowan); "Motor Levels of Speech Timing: Evidence from Studies of Ataxia" (Fredericka Bell-Berti and Claude Chevrie-Muller); "Implications of the Concepts Underlying Task-Dynamic Modeling on Kinematic Studies of Stuttering" (Peter J. Alfonso); "The Effect of Speech Motor Training on Stutterers' Speech Physiology" (Peter J. Alfonso and others); "Vowel Duration and Closure Duration in Voiced and Unvoiced Stops: There Are No Contrast Effects Here" (Carol A. Fowler); "P-Center Judgments Are Generally Insensitive to the Instructions Given" (D. H. Whalen and others); "Perceptual Restoration of a 'Missing' Speech Sound: Auditory Induction or Illusion?" (Bruno H. Repp); "Tongue-Twister Effects in the Silent Reading of Hearing and Deaf College Students" (Vicki L. Hanson and others); "Whole Language vs. Code Emphasis: Underlying Assumptions and Their Implications for Reading Instruction" (I. Y. Liberman and A. M. Liberman); "Depth of Phonological Recoding in Short-Term Memory" (Yi Xu); "Phonological Access of the Lexicon: Evidence from Associative Priming with Pseudohomophones" (Georgije Lukatela and M. T. Turvey); "The Contribution of Morphology to Word Recognition" (Laurie B. Feldman); "Lexical Mediation between Sight and Sound in Speechreading" (Bruno H. Repp and others); and "Leap of Faith. A Review of Derek Bickerton's 'Language and Species'" (Michael Studdert-Kennedy). A list of DTIC and ERIC numbers is appended. (RS)
Publication Type: Reports - Evaluative; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Haskins Labs., New Haven, CT.
Identifiers: Speech Research
Note: For previous report, see ED 340 053.