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ERIC Number: ED318074
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1989
Pages: 519
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Research on Speech Perception. Progress Report No. 15.
Pisoni, David B.
Summarizing research activities in 1989, this is the fifteenth annual report of research on speech perception, analysis, synthesis, and recognition conducted in the Speech Research Laboratory of the Department of Psychology at Indiana University. The report contains the following 21 articles: "Perceptual Learning of Nonnative Speech Contrasts: Implications for Theories of Speech Perception" (D. B. Pisoni and others); "Modes of Processing Speech and Nonspeech Signals" (D. B. Pisoni); "Comprehension of Synthetic Speech Produced by Rule" (J. V. Ralston and others); "Effects of Talker Variability on Speech Perception by 2-Month-Old Infants" (P. W. Jusczyk and others); "Neighborhood Density Effects for High Frequency Words: Evidence for Activation-Based Models of Word Recognition" (S. D. Goldinger); "Contrast and Normalization in Vowel Perception" (K. Johnson); "Coronals and the Phonotactics of Nonadjacent Consonants in English" (S. A. Davis); "Position of the Maximum Amplitude as a Perceptual Stress Cue in English: Work in Progress" (D. M. Behne); "A Comparison of the First and Second Formants of Vowels Common to English and French" (D. M. Behne); "Age Differences in Spoken Word Identification: Effects of Lexical Density and Semantic Context" (T. S. Bell); "Movement Dynamics and the Nature of Errors in Tongue Twisters: An Observation and Research Proposal" (S. D. Goldinger); "Lexical Neighborhoods in Speech Production: A First Report" (S. D. Goldinger and W. V. Summers); "On the Perceptual Representation of Vowel Categories" (K. Johnson); "Glottal Effects of LPC Estimation of F1" (K. Johnson); "Stress-Class in Isolated Phrases and Sentence Contexts" (K. Johnson and M. S. Cluff); "Final Report to the NTSB on the Speech Produced by the Captain of the Exxon Valdez" (K. Johnson and others); "Effects of Talker Familiarity on Serial Recall of Spoken Word Lists" (N. L. Lightfoot); "Inhibition or Facilitation? An Investigation of Form-Based Priming and Response Bias in Spoken Word Recognition" (J. K. Marcario and S. D. Goldinger); "Talker Variability and Spoken Word Recognition: A Developmental Study" (B. R. Oliver); "Effects of Cognitive Workload on Speech Production: Acoustic Analyses" (W. V. Summers and others); and "Current Computer Facilities in the Speech Research Laboratory" (R. H. Bernacki and others). Lists of publications and of laboratory staff and personnel conclude the report. (SR)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: National Institutes of Health (DHHS), Bethesda, MD.; Air Force Armstrong Aerospace Medical Research Lab, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.; National Science Foundation, Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Indiana Univ., Bloomington. Dept. of Psychology.