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Progress Report 19

RESEARCH ON SPOKEN LANGUAGE PROCESSING
Progress Report No. 19 (1993-1994)
David B. Pisoni, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator ©1994 Indiana University
I. Extended Manuscripts Page Number Download
Sources of Variability Affecting Speech Perception and Spoken Word Recognition
David B. Pisoni
3
On the Contribution of Instance-Specific Characteristics to Speech Perception
Ann R. Bradlow, Lynne C. Nygaard And David B. Pisoni
27
New Directions for Assessing Speech Perception in Persons with Sensory Aids
Karen I. Kirk, David B. Pisoni, Mitchell S. Sommers, Marilyn Young and Chris Evanson
41
Who …me?
Denise R. Mandel, Peter W. Jusczyk and David B. Pisoni
51
Sources of Variability in Speech Perception by Hearing-Impaired Listeners
David B. Pisoni, Chris Miyamoto, Karen I. Kirk, Mitchell Sommers and Mary Joe Osberger
61
Auditory Word Recognition by Pediatric Cochlear Implant Users: Lexical and Indexical Influences
Karen I. Kirk, Mitchell S. Sommers, David B. Pisoni and Mary Joe Osberger
77
The Effects of Speaking Rate and Stimulus Variability on Spoken Word Recognition by Young and Elderly Listeners
Mitchell S. Sommers, Larry Humes and David B. Pisoni
91
Lexical Effects of Spoken Word Recognition by Pediatric Cochlear Implant Users
Karen I. Kirk, David B. Pisoni and Mary Joe Osberger
101
Modeling the Effect of Learning Voices on the Perception of Speech
Michael L. Kalish and Lynne C. Nygaard
129
Effects of Stimulus Variability on Recall of Spoken Sentences: A First Report
John Karl and David B. Pisoni
145
Speech Perception Performance of Nucleus Multichannel Cochlear Implant Users with Partial Electrode Insertions
Mark Sehgal, Karen I. Kirk and Richard T. Miyamoto
195
II. Short Reports & Work-in-Progress Page Number Download
Talker Normalization in Normally Articulating and Phonologically Delayed Children: Methodological Considerations
Karen Forrest, Steven B. Chin, David B. Pisoni and Nancy Nelson Barlow
229
An Emerging Phonetic-Phonological System Two Years Post-Cochlear Impant: A Preliminary Linguistic Description
Steven B. Chin, David B. Pisoni and William R. Svec
253
Some New Directions in Evaluating the Speech Perception Abilities of Cochlear Implant Patients: A Preliminary Report
Mitchell S. Sommers, Karen I. Kirk, David B. Pisoni and Mary Joe Osberger
271
Speaker Variability and Attention in an Auditory Serial Reaction Time Task
Carl W. Turner, Scott E. Lively and David B. Pisoni
281
Some Comments on Implicit Effects of Voices on Spoken Word Recognition
Carl W. Turner and David B. Pisoni
297
III. Instrumentation and Software Page Number Download
Implementation of a PC-Based Perceptual Testing System (PTS): A First Milestone
Luis R. Hernandez
321
IV. Publications 1993-1994 Page Number Download
Publications 1993-1994 331