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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 25

RESEARCH ON SPOKEN LANGUAGE PROCESSING
Progress Report No. 25 (2001-2002)
David B. Pisoni, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator ©2002 Indiana University
I. Extended Manuscripts Page Number Download
Some New Findings on Learning, Memory and Cognitive Processes in Deaf Children Following Cochlear Implantation
David B. Pisoni and Miranda Cleary
3
Word Learning Skills of Profoundly Deaf Children Following Cochlear Implantation: A First Report
Derek Houston, Allyson K. Carter, David B. Pisoni, Karen I. Kirk and Elizabeth Ying
35
Using Immediate Memory Span to Measure Implicit Learning
Jeffrey Karpicke
61
Imitation of Nonwords by Hearning-Impaired Children with Cochlear Implants: Segmental Analyses
Caitlin M. Dillon, Miranda Cleary, David B. Pisoni and Allyson K. Carter
97
Imitation of Nonwords by Hearing-Impaired Children with Cochlear Implants: Suprasegmental Analyses
Allyson K. Carter, Caitlin M. Dillon and David B. Pisoni
135
Perceptual Ratings of Nonword Repetitions by Deaf Children after Cochlear Implantation: Correlations with Measures of Speech, Language and Working Memory
Caitlin M. Dillon, Rose A. Burkholder, Miranda Cleary and David B. Pisoni
153
Measures of Working Memory Span and Verbal Rehearsal Speed in Deaf Children
David B. Pisoni and Miranda Cleary
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Speech Timing and Working Memory Span and Verbal Rehearsal Speed in Deaf Children with Cochlear Implants
Rose Burkholder
195
Perception of “Elliptical Speech” Following Cochlear Implantation: Use of Broad Phonetic Categories in Speech Perception
Steven Fountain and David B. Pisoni
225
II. Short Reports and Work-in Progress Page Number Download
Speech Feature Discrimination in Children Following Cochlear Implantation
Tonya R. Bergeson, David B. Pisoni and Karen I. Kirk
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Effects of Respones Format in Spoken Word Recognition Tests: Speech Intelligibility Scores Obtained from Open-Set, Closed-Set, and Delayed Response Tasks
Cynthia G. Clopper and David B. Pisoni
253
Perception of Dialect Variation: Some Implications for Current Research and Theory of Speech Perception
Cynthia G. Clopper and David B. Pisoni
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Speech Intelligibility of Children with Cochlear Implants and Children with Normal Hearing: A Preliminary Report
Steven B. Chin and Patrick L. Tsai
291
Speech Perception Skills of Deaf Infants Following Cochlear Implantation: A First Report
Derek M. Houston, David B. Pisoni, Karen I. Kirk, Elizabeth A. Ying and Richard T. Miyamoto
311
Cochlear Implants: Signal Processing and Speech Perception
Philipos C. Loizou and Mario Svirsky
333
Effects of Short-Term Auditory Deprivation on the Control of Intraoral Pressure in Pediatric Cochlear Implant Users
David L. Jones, Mario A. Svirsky and Sujuan Gao
351
III. Instrumentation and Software Page Number Download
The Indiana Speech Project: An Overview of the Development of a Multi-Talker Multi-Dialect Speech Corpus
Cynthia G. Clopper, Allyson K. Carter, Caitlin M. Dillon, Luis R. Hernandez, David B. Pisoni, Connie M. Clarke, James D. Harnsberger and Rebecca Herman
367
IV. Publications 2001-2002 Page Number Download
Publications 2001-2002 381