Accession Number : ADA119426

Title :   Status Report on Speech Research, 1 April-30 June 1982.


PDF Url : ADA119426

Report Date : Jan 1982

Pagination or Media Count : 312

Abstract : Contents: Exploring the functional significance of physiological tremor: A biospectroscopic approach; Differences between experienced and inexperienced listeners to deaf speech; A language-oriented view of reading and its disabilities; Phonetic factors in letter detection: A reevaluation; Categorical perception; Issues, methods, findings; Short-term recall by deaf signers of American Sign Language: Implications of encoding strategy for order recall; A common basis for auditory sensory storage in perception and immediate memory; Phonological awareness and verbal short-term memory: Can they presage early reading problems?; Initiation versus execution time during manual and oral counting by stutterers; Trading relations in the perception of speech by five-year-old children; The role of the strap muscles in pitch lowering; Phonetic validation of distinctive features: A test case in French; On consonants and syllable boundaries; and Vowel information in postvocalic frictions.

Descriptors :   *Speech, *Voice communications, *Speech recognition, *Auditory perception, Tremors, Motor reactions, Electromyography, Hearing, Deafness, Words(Language), Reading, Skills, Phonetics, Character recognition, Memory(Psychology), Larynx, Sound pitch, Speech representation, Symbols, Alphabets, Information processing, Word recognition

Subject Categories : Linguistics
      Anatomy and Physiology
      Voice Communications

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE