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Progress Report 22

RESEARCH ON SPOKEN LANGUAGE PROCESSING
Progress Report No. 22 (1998)
David B. Pisoni, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator ©1998 Indiana University
I. Extended Manuscripts Page Number Download
Speech Perception and Spoken Word Recognition: Research and Theory
Miranda Cleary and David B. Pisoni
3
Speech Production by Users of Cochlear Implants: A Review
Mario A. Svirsky and Steven B. Chin
47
Recognition of Spoken Words by Native and Non-Native Listeners: Talker-, Listener-, and Item-Related Factors
Ann R. Bradlow and David B. Pisoni
73
Perception of Wordlikeness: Effects of Segment Probability and Length on Subjective Ratings and Processing of Non-Word Sound Patterns
Nathan R. Large, Stefan A. Frisch and David B. Pisoni
95
The Phonetics of Phonological Speech Errors: An Acoustic Analysis of /s/ and /z/ Errors by Four Talkers
Stefan Frisch and Richard Wright
125
The Development of the Lexicon in Deaf Children with Cochlear Implants: New Insights into Language Acquisition
Stefan Frisch and David B. Pisoni
155
The Lexical Neighborhood Test: Test- Retest Reliability and Inter-List Equivalency
Karen I. Kirk, Laurie S. Eisenberg, Amy S. Martinez and Marcia Hay-McCutcheon
177
Effects of Lexical Neighborhoods on Immediate Memory Span for Spoken Words: A First Report
Winston D. Goh and David B. Pisoni
195
Subjective Familiarty of Words: Analysis of the Hoosier Mental Lexicon
Nathan R. Large and David B. Pisoni
215
Performance of a Sample of Hearing-Impaired Children on an Auditory-Spatial Working Memory Task and its Relation to Open-Set Word Recognition Skills
Miranda Cleary, David B. Pisoni and Karen I. Kirk
231
Performance of Normal-Hearing Children on a New Working Memory Span Task
Janna Carlson, Miranda Cleary and David B. Pisoni
251
II. Short Reports and Work-in Progress Page Number Download
The Structure of Mental Lexicons of Pediatric Cochlear Implant Users: A Preliminary Report
Steven B. Chin, Ted A. Meyer, Marcia Hay-McCutcheon, Gary A. Wright and David B. Pisoni
279
Minimal Pairs in the Perception and Production of Speech by Pediatric Users of Cochlear Implants
Steven B. Chin and Kevin R. Finnegan
291
Speech Perception in Children with the Clarion (CIS), Nuceus-22 (SPEAK) Cochlear Implant or Hearing Aids
Ted A. Meyer and Mario A. Svirsky
305
Behavioral Data to Model Open-Set Word Recognition and Lexical Organization
Stefan Frisch, Ted A. Meyer, David B. Pisoni, Mario A. Svirsky and Karen I. Kirk
311
All Neighborhoods are not Created Equal: The Phonological P-Metric and Spoken Word Recognition
Michael S. Vitevitch
317
Modeling Phoneme and Open-Set Word Recognition by Cochlear Implant Users Based on Psychophysical Performance: A Preliminary Report
Ted A. Meyer, Stefan Frisch, Mario A. Svirsky and David B. Pisoni
329
Working Memory in Deaf Children with Cochlear Implants: Correlations Between Digit Span and Measures of Spoken Language Processing
David B. Pisoni and Ann Geers
335
Lexical Neighborhoods and Subjective Intelligibility Ratings: A Preliminary Report
Brian F. Bowdle and Richard Wright
345
Perception of “Place-Degraded Speech” by Normal-Hearing Listeners: Some Preliminary Findings
Chris Quillet, Richard Wright and David B. Pisoni
353
Update: The Hoosier Audiovisual Multi-Talker Database
Lorin Lachs and Luis Hernandez
377
Phonotactics, Neighborhood Activation, and Lexical Access for Spoken Words: A Summary of Results
Michael S. Vitevitch, Paul A. Luce, David B. Pisoni, and Edward T. Auer
389
Eliciting Speech Reduction in the Laboratory: Assessment of a New Experimental Method
James Brink, Richard Wright and David B. Pisoni
395
III. Publications 1998 Page Number Download
Publications 1998 421