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Progress Report 28

RESEARCH ON SPOKEN LANGUAGE PROCESSING
Progress Report No. 28 (2007)
David B. Pisoni, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator ©2007 Indiana University
I. Extended Manuscripts Page Number Download
Efficacy and Effectiveness of Cochlear Implants in Deaf Children
David B. Pisoni, Christopher M. Conway, William Kronenberger, David L. Horn, Jennifer Karpicke, and Shirley Henning
3
Perceptual Learning Under a Cochlear Implant Simulation
Jeremy L. Loebach and David B. Pisoni
47
Multiple Routes to Perceptual Learning
Jeremy L. Loebach, Tessa Bent, and Althea Bauernschmidt
73
Language Identification from Visual-Only Speech
Rebecca E. Ronquest, Susannah V. Levi, and David B. Pisoni
95
Executive Function, Working Memory, Perceptual-Motor Skills, and Speech Perception in Normal-Hearing Children: Some Preliminary Findings
Jennifer Karpicke, Christopher M. Conway and David B. Pisoni
119
Audiovisual Perception of Spoken Words in Speech and Nonspeech Modes: Measures of Architecture and Capacity
Nicholas A. Altieri and James T.Townsend
139
Frequency of Use Leads to Automaticity of Production: Evidence from Repair in Conversation
Vsevolod Kapatsinski
161
Development of Lexical Connectivity in Pediatric Cochlear Implant Users
Thomas M. Gruenenfelder and David B. Pisoni
187
Effects of Clustering Coefficient on Spoken Word Recognition
Nicholas A. Altieri and David B. Pisoni
211
Implementing and Testing Theories of Linguistic Constituency I: English Syllable Structure
Vsevolod Kapatsinski
241
II. Short Reports and Work-in Progress Page Number Download
Cross-Modal Repetition Priming in Spoken Word Recognition
Adam Buchwald, Stephen J. Winters and David B. Pisoni
279
Frequency and the Emergence of Prefabs: Evidence from Monitoring
Vsevolod Kapatsinski and Joshua Radicke
297
Inter-Talker Differences in Intelligibility for Two Types of Degraded Speech
Tessa Bent, Adam Buchwald and Wesley Alford
315
Hearing Impairment and Correlations with Neuropsychological Function in Alzheimer’s Disease, Mild Cognitive Impairment and Older Adults with Cognitive Complaints
Vanessa Taler, Kashif Shaikh, John D. West, David B. Pisoni and Andrew J. Saykin
335
Links Between Implicit Learning and Spoken Language Processing: Some Preliminary Data
Christopher M. Conway and David B. Pisoni
347
Cochlear Implant Simulations: A Tutorial on Generating Acoustic Simulations for Research
Jeremy L. Loebach
359
A Cross-Language Familiar Talker Advantage?
Susannah V. Levi, Stephen J. Winters and David B. Pisoni
369
Developing Coding Schemes for Assessing Errors in Open-Set Speech Recognition and Environmental Sound Identification
Althea Bauernschmidt and Jeremy L. Loebach
385
New Directions in Speech Research
Adam Buchwald, Tessa C. Bent, Christopher M. Conway, Susannah V. Levi and Jeremy L. Loebach
401
Integrating Auditory and Visual Information in Speech Perception: Audiovisual Phonological Fusion
Joshua L. Radicke, Susannah V. Levi, Jeremy L. Loebach and David B. Pisoni
409
Power Law Degree Distributions Can Fit Averages of Non-Power Law Distributions
Thomas M. Gruenenfelder and Shane T. Mueller
427
Reduced Cluster Switching in Category Fluency Reveals Cognitive Decline: A Longitudinal Study
Vanessa Taler, David B. Pisoni, Martin Farlow, Ann Marie Hake, David Kareken and Frederick Unverzagt
441
III. Publications: 2007 Page Number Download
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