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The Speech Research Laboratory is a part of the Psychological and Brain Sciences department at Indiana University in Bloomington.
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Progress Report 20

RESEARCH ON SPOKEN LANGUAGE PROCESSING
Progress Report No. 20 (1995)
David B. Pisoni, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator ©1995 Indiana University
I. Extended Manuscripts Page Number Download
Some Thoughts on “Normalization” in Speech Perception
David B. Pisoni
3
Some Considerations in Evaluating Spoken Word Recognition by Normal-Hearing and Cochlear Implant Listeners I: The Effects of Response Format
Mitchell S. Sommers, Karen I. Kirk, and David B. Pisoni
31
Training Japanese Listeners to Identify English /r/ and /l/ IV: Some Effects of Perceptual Learning on Speech Production
Ann R. Bradlow, David B. Pisoni, Reiko Akahane-Yamada, and Yoh’ichi Tohkura
51
Intelligibility of Normal Speech I: Global and Fine-Grained Acoustic-Phonetic Talker Characteristics
Ann R. Bradlow, Gina M. Torretta, and David B. Pisoni
89
Talker-Specific Perceptual Learning in Spoken Word Recognition: Preliminary Findings and Theoretical Implications
Lynne C. Nygaard and David B. Pisoni
117
Assessing Speech Perception in Children
Karen I. Kirk, Allen O. Diefendorf, David B. Pisoni and Amy M. Robbins
163
Recollection of Illusory Voices
Helena M. Saldaña, Kathleen B. McDermott, David B. Pisoni and Henry L. Roediger III
199
Treatment Effect on Phonological Acquisition in a Cochlear Implant Recipient
Amy McConkey Robbins and Steven B. Chin
221
Normalization of Vowels by Breath Sounds
Douglas H. Whalen and Sonya M. Sheffert
239
II. Short Reports & Work-in-Progress Page Number Download
Encoding of Visual Speaker Attributes and Recognition Memory for Spoken Words
Helena M. Saldaña, Lynne C. Nygaard, and David B. Pisoni
255
Audio-Visual Speech Perception Without Speech Cues
Helena M. Saldaña David B. Pisoni, Jennifer M. Fellowes, and Robert E. Remez
265
Perceptual Learning of Natural and Sinewave Voices
Sonya M. Sheffert, David B. Pisoni, Jennifer M. Fellowes, and Robert E. Romez
275
Multimodal Encoding of Speech in Memory: A First Report
David B. Pisoni, Helena M. Saldaña, and Sonya M. Sheffert
297
The Relationship Between Stimulus Variability, Auditory Memory, and Spoken Word Recognition in Listeners with Hearing Impairment
Karen I. Kirk, David B. Pisoni, David Crotzer, Donald L. Schilson, and Ann E. Kalberer
307
The “Easy-Hard” Work Multi-Talker Speech Database: An Initial Report
Gina M. Torretta
321
Implanted Children Can Speak, But Can They Communicate?
Amy McConkey Robbins, Mario Svirsky, and Karen I. Kirk
335
Lexical Discrimination and Age of Cochlear Implantation: A First Report
Karen I. Kirk and David B. Pisoni
349
Acoustic and Glottal Excitation Analyses of Sober vs. Intoxicated Speech: A First Report
Kathleen E. Cummings, Steven B. Chin, and David B. Pisoni
359
III. Instrumentation and Software Page Number Download
Current Computer Facilities in the Speech Research Laboratory
Luis R. Hernandez
389
An Auditory and Visual Experimental Control System
Luis R. Hernandez and Caleb R. Marcinkovich
395
Using CD-ROM as a Storage Medium for Digitized Speech Materials
Jon M. D’Haenens and Luis R. Hernandez
403
IV. Publications 1995 Page Number Download
Publications 1995 411