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The Speech Research Laboratory is a part of the Psychological and Brain Sciences department at Indiana University in Bloomington.
1101 E. 10th Street
Bloomington, IN 47405
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Progress Report 23

RESEARCH ON SPOKEN LANGUAGE PROCESSING
Progress Report No. 23 (1999)
David B. Pisoni, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator ©1999 Indiana University
I. Extended Manuscripts Page Number Download
Individual Differences in Effectiveness of Cochlear Implants in Prelingually Deaf Children: Some New Process Measures of Performance
David B. Pisoni
3
Some Measures of Verbal and Spatial Working Memory in Eight- and Nine-Year Old Hearing-Impaired Children with Cochlear Implants
Miranda Cleary, David B. Pisoni and Ann Geers
51
Use of Partial Stimulus Information in Spoken Word Recognition Without Auditory Stimulation
Lorin Lachs
81
Use of Gap Duration Identification in Consonant Perception by Cochlear Implant Users
Adam R. Kaiser, Mario A. Svirsky and Ted A. Meyer
119
Neighborhood Density, the Tip-of-the-Tongue Phenomenon, and Aging
Michael S. Vitevitch and Mitchell S. Sommers
131
Talker-Specific Effects in Recognition Memory for Sentences
Kipp McMichael
165
II. Short Reports and Work-in Progress Page Number Download
Audio-Visual Perception of Sinewave Speech in an Adult Cochlear Implant User: A Case Study
Winston D. Goh, David B. Pisoni, Karen I. Kirk and Robert E. Remez
201
Sublexical Influences on Lexical Development in Children
Holly L. Storkel
211
The Effect of Linguistic Experience on Perceptual Similarity Among Nasal Consonants: A Multidimensional Scaling Analysis
James D. Harnsberger
227
A Voice is a Face is a Voice: Cross-Modal Source Identification of Indexical Information in Speech
Lorin Lachs
241
New Directions in Pediatric Cochlear Implantation
Karen I. Kirk, Laurie S. Eisenberg and Richard T. Miyamoto
259
Early Implantation and the Development of Communication Abilities in Children
Richard T. Miyamoto, Karen I. Kirk, Susan T. Sehgal, Cara Lento and Julie Wirth
273
Lexical Neighborhoods and Release from Proactive Interference: A First Report
Winston D. Goh
287
Perception and Production of Intonational Contrasts in an Adult Cochlear Implant User
Rebecca Herman and Cynthia Clopper
301
Speech Intelligibility of Pediatric Hearing Aid Users
Mario A. Svirsky, Steven B. Chin, Matthew D. Caldwell, and Richard T. Miyamoto
323
Eliciting Speech Reduction in the Laboratory II: Calibrating Cognitive Loads for Individual Talkers
James D. Harnsberger and David B. Pisoni
339
Effects of Multimodal Presentation and Lexical Density on Immediate Memory Span for Spoken Words
Lorin Lachs, Winston D. Goh and David B. Pisoni
351
The Influence of Lexical Neighborhoods and Stimulus Sampling Procedures on Children’s Immediate Memory Span for Spoken Words: A Report of Work in Progress
Miranda Cleary, Winston D. Goh, Jaime Brumfield and David B. Pisoni
365
Audio-Visual Integrative Abilities of Prelingually Deafened Children with Cochlear Implants: A First Report
Lorin Lachs, Karen I. Kirk and David B. Pisoni
379
“Vowel Spaces” of Normal-Hearing and Hearing-Impaired Listeners with Cochlear Implants
James D. Harnsberger, Mario A. Svirsky, Adam R. Kaiser, Richard Wright, and David B. Pisoni
399
A Real Time PC Based Cochlear Implant Speech Processor with an Interface to the Nucleus 22 Electrode Cochlear Implant and a Filtered Noiseband Simulation
Adam R. Kaiser and Mario A. Svirsky
417