Pre-emptiveness, speech and scene analysis ("Robert E. Remez" )

Subject: Pre-emptiveness, speech and scene analysis
Date:    Mon, 21 Sep 1992 12:33:31 -0400

Colleagues: Our merry band (Jennifer Pardo, Philip Rubin & me) presently are awaiting the reviews of a manuscript submitted to PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS on the topic of Al Bregman's recent missive. The method employs sinewave analogs of words in several succesive and simultaneous tests of the resolution of auditory forms and phonetic attributes. (We first described this method in San Francisco at the 1991 annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society.) The findings address the issues of perceptual organization of speech as well as the prior claim of pre-emptiveness staked by Mattingly & Liberman in their recent experiments and reviews. Drop me a line if you would like to see a samizdat copy of the manuscript... -------

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