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Progress Report 27

RESEARCH ON SPOKEN LANGUAGE PROCESSING
Progress Report No. 27 (2005)
David B. Pisoni, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator ©2005 Indiana University
I. Extended Manuscripts Page Number Download
Some Observations on Representations and Representational Specificity in Speech Perceptionand Spoken Word Recognition
David B. Pisoni and Susannah V. Levi
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Modeling the Mental Lexicon as a Complex System: Some Preliminary Results Using Graph Theoretic Measures
Thomas M. Gruenenfelder and David B. Pisoni
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Speaker-independent Factors Affecting the Perception of Foreign Accent in a Second Language
Susannah V. Levi, Stephen J. Winters and David B. Pisoni
49
Indexical and Linguistic Channels in Speech Perception: Some Effects of Voiceovers on Advertising Outcomes
Susannah V. Levi and David B. Pisoni
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Spoken Word Recognition Development in Children with Cochlear Implants: Effects of Residual Hearing and Hearing Aid Use in the Opposite Ear
Rachael F. Holt and Karen I. Kirk
81
When and Why Feedback Matters in the Perceptual Learning of Visual Properties of Speech
Stephen J. Winters, Susannah V. Levi and David B. Pisoni
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Sound Similarity Relations in the Mental Lexicon: Modeling the Lexicon as a Complex Network
Vsevolod Kapatsinski
133
Audiovisual Asynchrony Detection and Speech Perception in Normal Hearing Listeners and Hearing Impaired Listeners with Cochlear Implants
Marcia J. Hay-McCutcheon, David B. Pisoni and Kristopher K. Hunt
153
Nonword Repetition with Spectrally Reduced Speech: Some Developmental and Clinical Findings
Rose A. Burkholder, Susannah V. Levi, Caitlin M. Dillon and David B. Pisoni
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Identification of Bilingual Talkers across Languages
Stephen J. Winters, Susannah V. Levi and David B. Pisoni
191
II. Short Reports and Work-in Progress Page Number Download
Lip-reading Skills in Bilinguals: Some Effects of L1 on Visual-only Language Identification
Rebecca E. Ronquest and Luis Hernandez
219
Cross-modal Priming of Auditory and Visual Lexical Information: A Pilot Study
Adam B. Buchwald and Stephen J. Winters
227
III. Publications: 2005 Page Number Download
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