Indiana University

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

Progress Report 24

Progress Report No. 24 (2000)
David B. Pisoni, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator ©2000 Indiana University
I. Extended Manuscripts Page Number Download
Working Memory Spans as Predictors of Word Recognition and Receptive Vocabulary in Children with Cochlear Implants
Miranda Cleary, David B. Pisoni and Karen I. Kirk
The Influence of Short-term and Long-term Memory on the Identification and Discrimination of Non-native Speech Sounds
James D. Harnsberger
Some Acoustic Cues for Categorizing American English Regional Dialects: An Initial Report on Dialect Variation in Production and Perception
Cynthia G. Clopper
Prosodic and Morphological Effects on Word Reduction in Adults: A First Report
Allyson K. Carter and Cynthia G. Clopper
Perception of “Elliptical Speech” by an Adult Hearing-Impaired Listener with a Cochlear Implant: Some Preliminary Findings on Coarse-Coding in Speech Perception
Rebecca Herman and David B. Pisoni
Using Nonword Repetition to Study Speech Production Skills in Hearing-Impaired Children with Cochlear Implants
Caitlin M. Dillon and Miranda Cleary
Speech Perception and Implicit Memory: Evidence for Detailed Episodic Encoding of Phonetic Events
Lorin Lachs, Kipp McMichael and David B. Pisoni
Effects of Speaking Style on the Perceptual Learning of Novel Voices: A First Report
James D. Harnsberger, Richard Wright and David B. Pisoni
Some Effects of Phonotactic Probabilities on the Processing of Spoken Words and Nonwords by Post-Lingually Deafened Adults with Cochlear Implants
Michael S. Vitevitch, David B. Pisoni, Karen I. Kirk, Marcia Hay-McCutcheon, and Stacy Yount
Effects of Talker Variability and Lexical Competition on Audiovisual Word Recognition by Adult Users of Cochlear Implants
Adam R. Kaiser, Karen I. Kirk, Lorin Lachs, and David B. Pisoni
PET Imaging of Differential Cortical Activation to Monaural Speech and Nonspeech Stimuli
Donald Wong, David B. Pisoni, Jennifer Learn, Jack T. Gandour, Richard T. Miyamoto and Gary D. Hutchins
II. Short Reports and Work-in Progress Page Number Download
Use of Partial Stimulus Information by Cochlear Implant Patients and Normal-Hearing Listeners in Identifying Spoken Words: Some Preliminary Analyses
Lorin Lachs, Jonathan W. Weiss and David B. Pisoni
Talker Discrimination by Prelingually Deaf Children with Cochlear Implants: Some Preliminary Results
Miranda Cleary and David B. Pisoni
Lexical Neighborhood Properties of the Original and Revised Speech Perception In Noise(SPIN) Tests
Constance M. Clarke
Perceptual Adjustments to Foreign Accented English
Constance M. Clarke
Auditory Learning and Adaptation after Cochlear Implantation: A Preliminary Study of Discrimination and Labeling of Vowel Sounds by Cochlear Implant Users
Mario A. Svirsky, Alicia Silveira, Hamlet Suarez, Heidi Neuburger, Ted T. Lai and Peter M. Simmons
Early Word Learning Skills of Hearing-Impaired Children Who Use Cochlear Implants: Development of Procedures and Some Preliminary Findings
Derek M. Houston, Allyson K. Carter, Elizabeth A. Ying, Karen I. Kirk and David B. Pisoni
Reduced, Citation, and Hyperarticulated Speech in the Laboratory: Some Acoustic Analyses
James D. Harnsberger and Lori A. Goshert
Change Deafness: The Inability to Detect Changes in a Talker’s Voice
Michael S. Vitevitch
Speech Perception and Language Skills of Deaf Infants After Cochlear Implantation: A Review of Assessment Procedures and a Research Plan
Derek M. Houston
Memory Span and Sequence Learning Using Multimodal Stimulus Patterns: Preliminary Findings in Normal-Hearing Adults
Jeff Karpicke and David B. Pisoni
III. Instrumentation and Software Page Number Download
A Multi-Talker Dialect Corpus of Spoken American English: An Initial Report on Development
Cynthia G. Clopper, Allyson K. Carter, Caitlin M. Dillon, James D. Harnsberger, Rebecca Herman, Connie M. Clarke, David B. Pisoni and Luis R. Hernandez