Index for 1aSC
ASA 132nd meeting - Hawaii, December 1996
1aSC1. The role of within-category structure in the integration of auditory and visual speech.
1aSC2. Audiovisual integration of speech based on minimal visual information.
1aSC3. Relationships between word knowledge and visual speech perception. I. Subjective estimates of word age of acquisition.
1aSC4. Relationships between word knowledge and visual speech perception. II. Subjective ratings of word familiarity.
1aSC5. Speechreading talking faces.
1aSC6. Sensitivity of cued speech reception to cue imperfections.
1aSC7. Hemispheric differences in perceiving and integrating dynamic visual speech information.
1aSC8. Face identification using visual speech information.
1aSC9. The effect of utterance duration on visual-speech intelligibility scores.
1aSC10. Cross-modal context effects on the perception of /r/ and /l/ in a speech and nonspeech mode.
1aSC11. Effect of sign complexity on speech timing in simultaneous communication.
1aSC12. Synthesizing audiovisual speech from physiological signals.
1aSC13. Neural processes of audio--visual speech perception.
1aSC14. Lexical access in French: Recognizing ``identical'' phrases.
1aSC15. ``SLIP-ing'' in phonologically similar neighborhoods.
1aSC16. Effects of phonotactic probability on segmentation of words in continuous speech.
1aSC17. Frequency effects in malpropisms.
1aSC18. The role of time during lexical access.
1aSC19. Sources of variability as linguistically relevant aspects of speech.
1aSC20. Spoken word recognition in older adults: Activation and decision.
1aSC21. Automatic generation of word models using piecewise linear segment lattices.
1aSC22. Young children's and older adults' sensitivity to semantic and pragmatic context in speech production.
1aSC23. The role of lexical access in spontaneous speech disfluencies.
1aSC24. An exploration of listener strategies in the lexical segmentation of hypokinetic dysarthric speech.
1aSC25. Preliminary report on syllable level organization observed in Parkinsonian speech obtained in individuals before and after posteroventral pallidotomy.
1aSC26. Effects of discourse structure on F0 in Japanese: Raising versus lowering.
1aSC27. Identification, vocal rating, and acoustical measurement of acted emotion.
1aSC28. Are selective adaptation effects independent of cognitive load?
1aSC29. Linguistic strategies in the first 6 months of life.
1aSC30. Contrastive emphasis in elicited dialogue.
1aSC31. Social influence on the phonemic transformation effect.