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

Progress Report 21

RESEARCH ON SPOKEN LANGUAGE PROCESSING
Progress Report No. 21 (1996-1997)
David B. Pisoni, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator ©1997 Indiana University
I. Extended Manuscripts Page Number Download
Speech Perception
Richard Wright, Stefan Frisch and David B. Pisoni
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Looking at the “Stars”: A First Report on the Intercorrelations Among Measures of Speech Perception, Intelligibility and Language Development in Pediatric Cochlear Implant Users
David B. Pisoni, Mario Svirsky, Karen I. Kirk, and Richard T. Miyamoto
51
Measures of Phonological Memory Span for Sounds Differing in Discriminability: Some Preliminary Findings
Miranda Cleary
93
Static vs. Dynamic Faces as Retrieval Cues in Recognition of Spoken Words
Lorin Lachs
141
Some Observations on Working Memory Tasks and Issues in Cognitive Psychology
Winston D. Goh
179
Familiarity, Similarity and Memory for Speech Events
Sonya M. Sheffert and Richard M. Shiffrin
201
Improvements in Speech Perception in Prelingually-Deafened Children: Effects of Device, Communication Mode, and Chronological Age
Ted A. Meyer, Mario A. Svirsky, Karen I. Kirk, and Richard T. Miyamoto
235
Predicting Open-Set Spoken Word Recognition Performance from Feature Identification Scores in Pediatric Cochlear Implant Users: A Preliminary Analysis
Stefan Frisch and David B. Pisoni
261
Lexical Competition in Spoken English Words
Shigeaki Amano
289
Some Computational Analyses of the PBK Test: Effects of Frequency and Lexical Density on Spoken Word Recognition
Ted A. Meyer and David B. Pisoni
315
II. Short Reports & Work-in-Progress Page Number Download
Cognitive Factors and Cochlear Implants: An Overview of the Role of Perception Attention, Learning and Memory in Speech Perception
David B. Pisoni
335
Performance of Normal-Hearing Children on Open-Set Speech Perception Tests
Melissa Kluck, David B. Pisoni, and Karen Iler Kirk
349
Effects of Talker, Rate and Amplitude Variation on Recognition Memory for Spoken Words
Ann R. Bradlow, Lynne C. Nygaard, and David B. Pisoni
367
Acoustic, Psychometric and Lexical Neighborhood Properties of the Spondaic Words: A Computational Analysis of Speech Discrimination Scores
Ted A. Meyer, David B. Pisoni, Paul A. Luce, and Robert C. Bilger
385
Effects of Alcohol on the Production of Words in Context: A First Report
Steven B. Chin, Nathan R. Large, and David B. Pisoni
403
Intelligibility of Normal Speech II: Analysis of Transcription Errors
Amy T. Neel, Ann R. Bradlow, and David B. Pisoni
421
Some Observations on Neighborhood Statistics of Spoken English Words
Shigeaki Amano
439
Sensory Aid and Word Position Effects on Consonant Feature Production by Children with Profound Hearing Impairment
Steven B. Chin, Karen Iler Kirk, and Mario A. Svirsky
455
Lexical Competition and Reduction in Speech: A Preliminary Report
Richard Wright
471
Training Japanese Listeners to Identify English /r/ and /l/: Long-Term Retention of Learning in Perception and Production
Ann R. Bradlow, Reiko Akahane-Yamada, David B. Pisoni, and Yohíichi Tohkura
487
A Preliminary Acoustic Study of Errors in Speech Production
Stefan Frisch and Richard Wright
503
Experimental Evidence for Abstract Phonotactic Constraints
Stefan Frisch and Bushra Zawaydeh
517
Experience with Sinewave Speech and the Recognition of Sinewave Voices
Sonya M. Sheffert, David B. Pisoni, Nathan R. Large, Jennifer M. Fellowes, and Robert E. Remez
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Tongue Twisters Reveal Neighborhood Density Effects in Speech Production
Michael S. Vitevitch
545
Some Factors Affecting Recognition of Spoken Words by Normal Hearing Adults
Ann R. Bradlow, Gina M. Torretta, and David B. Pisoni
557
Audio-Visual Speech Perception Without Traditional Speech Cues: A Second Report
Robert E. Remez, Jennifer M. Fellowes, David B. Pisoni, Winston D. Goh, and Philip E. Rubin
567
III. Instrumentation & Software Page Number Download
The Hoosier Audiovisual Multi-Talker Database
Sonya Sheffert, Lorin Lachs, and Luis Hernandez
577
IV. Publications 1996-1997 Page Number Download
Publications 1996-1997 587