Index for 3aSC
ASA 132nd meeting - Hawaii, December 1996
3aSC1. The supraformant hypothesis for vowels: Evidence from Norwegian.
3aSC2. Acoustic characteristics of perceived vowel quantity and quality in English and Norwegian vowels.
3aSC3. Some acoustic evidence of systematic patterns of pre-aspiration in Norwegian.
3aSC4. An acoustic study of Italian unstressed mid-vowels.
3aSC5. The role of variable vowel duration in differentiating stop phonation in Korean.
3aSC6. Variation in degree of nasalization for Mandarin vowels with superimposed rhoticity.
3aSC7. Diphthong dynamics in Swabian.
3aSC8. Pitch dependency of formants and its individuality in Japanese stationary vowels.
3aSC9. Evaluation of the trajectory of vowel glide based on vector analysis.
3aSC10. An analysis of fluctuation on sustained vowel waveforms from the viewpoint of 1/f shimmers.
3aSC11. Matching verbal organizations heard with voiced and whispered vowel sequences.
3aSC12. Effects of formant contour on the perception of synthesized /hVd/ syllables.
3aSC13. Logistic regression analysis of the perception of natural and synthesized /hVd/ syllables.
3aSC14. Vowel environments in minimal pair sequences.
3aSC15. Vowel formant discrimination in ordinary listening conditions. I.
3aSC16. The gestural organization of vowels: A cinefluorographic study of articulator gestures in Greenlandic.
3aSC17. The contribution of consonants versus vowels to word recognition in fluent speech.
3aSC18. Temporal effects on successive consonants in Swedish.
3aSC19. Voicing and aerodynamics of /h/ produced by women, men, and children.
3aSC20. On measuring native Japanese speakers' sensitivity to English /r/--/l/ contrast in a one-interval identification task with confidence ratings.
3aSC21. Discrimination of geminate and single stops in Japanese by five different language speakers.
3aSC22. Voice onset time of Japanese and English stop consonants uttered by the returnees (Japanese--English bilinguals).
3aSC23. Articulatory and acoustical characteristics of lateral misarticulation in Japanese.
3aSC24. Articulatory characteristics of French consonants are maintained after the loss of schwa.
3aSC25. The glottal contrast in Babine/Witsuwit'en.
3aSC26. Velic and lingual articulations are affected by prosodic position for consonants but not vowels in French.
3aSC27. Phonetic evidence for the phonological status of the tense--lax distinction in German.
3aSC28. Effects of place of articulation and first formant onset properties on voicing judgments.
3aSC29. The level of perceptual integration of place of articulation of nasal consonants from short duration segments.
3aSC30. An improvement of word recognition by using cues of place-of-articulation.
3aSC31. Reassessment of the syllable articulation score in consideration of place and manner of articulation.
3aSC32. Speech recognition with altered spectral distribution of envelope cues.
3aSC33. Broad-phonetic categorization of speech in cochlear-implant users.
3aSC34. Speech perception for hearing aid users versus cochlear implantees.
3aSC35. Perception of waveform envelope cues in speech and speech-correlated-noise by cochlear-implant users.
3aSC36. Relational perception of formants and stop consonants: Evidence from missing first formant stimuli.
3aSC37. Phonetic mechanisms of post-nasal voicing.
3aSC38. Categorical perception of [ba] and [pa]: Integration of acoustical cues.
3aSC39. The relative perceptibility of initial and final consonants.
3aSC40. Asymmetries in consonant confusion.
3aSC41. Perception of final consonant voicing in speech produced during simultaneous communication.
3aSC42. Mapping multidimensional perceptual consonant space for place contrasts.
3aSC43. Speech recognition in aphasia: An analysis of stop consonant confusions.
3aSC44. Acoustic correlates of segmentalized speech patterns in motor speech disorders.
3aSC45. Perception of lateral misarticulation and its physical correlates.
3aSC46. Vowel perception in 3- and 4-year-old children.