Re: [AUDITORY] Having exhausted the ordinary channels ... (=?iso-8859-1?Q?fr=E9d=E9ric_maintenant?= )

Subject: Re: [AUDITORY] Having exhausted the ordinary channels ...
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Date:    Mon, 5 Aug 2013 10:55:25 +0100

--1982344905-2051188607-1375696525=:80027 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable I would guess De Cheveign=E9 or one of his students should have it. They ar= e working on a very similar project.. effect of noise on letter recognition= .=0ABest, =0AFr=E9d=E9ric Maintenant=0ACNRS=0A=0A=0A=0A=0A_________________= _______________=0A De=A0: Stuart Rosen <s.rosen@xxxxxxxx>=0A=C0=A0: AUDITO= RY@xxxxxxxx =0AEnvoy=E9 le : Lundi 5 ao=FBt 2013 11h31=0AObjet=A0: H= aving exhausted the ordinary channels ...=0A =0A=0A=0A(except actually goin= g to a library!) I wonder if anyone has a scan of:=0A=0ARecognition memory = for words correctly heard in noise=0Aby Rabbitt, P.=0APsychonomic Science= =A0 Volume: 6=A0=A0 Pages: 383-384=A0=A0 Published: 1966 =0A=0AThanks!=0A= =0AYours - Stuart=0A=0A=0A=0A-- =0A________________________________=0A Stua= rt Rosen, PhD=0AProfessor of Speech and Hearing Science=0AUCL Speech, Heari= ng and Phonetic Sciences=0A2 Wakefield Street=0ALondon WC1N 1PF, England=0A= =0ATelephone numbers: =0A=09* Office: (+ 44 [0]20) 7679 4077=0A=09* Admin: = (+ 44 [0]20) 7679 4050=0A=09* Internal: ext 24077=0AEmail: stuart@xxxxxxxx= page: ___________________ --1982344905-2051188607-1375696525=:80027 Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable <html><body><div style=3D"color:#000; background-color:#fff; font-family:Co= urier New, courier, monaco, monospace, sans-serif;font-size:12pt">I would g= uess De Cheveign=E9 or one of his students should have it. They are working= on a very similar project.. effect of noise on letter recognition.<br>Best= , <br>Fr=E9d=E9ric Maintenant<br>CNRS<br><div><span><br></span></div><div><= br></div> <div style=3D"font-family: Courier New, courier, monaco, monospa= ce, sans-serif; font-size: 12pt;"> <div style=3D"font-family: times new rom= an, new york, times, serif; font-size: 12pt;"> <div dir=3D"ltr"> <hr size= =3D"1"> <font face=3D"Arial" size=3D"2"> <b><span style=3D"font-weight:bol= d;">De&nbsp;:</span></b> Stuart Rosen &lt;s.rosen@xxxxxxxx&gt;<br> <b><spa= n style=3D"font-weight: bold;">=C0&nbsp;:</span></b> AUDITORY@xxxxxxxx= CA <br> <b><span style=3D"font-weight: bold;">Envoy=E9 le :</span></b> Lund= i 5 ao=FBt 2013 11h31<br> <b><span style=3D"font-weight: bold;">Objet&nbsp;= :</span></b> Having exhausted the ordinary channels ...<br> </font> </div> <div class=3D"y_msg= _container"><br><div id=3D"yiv0467066452">=0A =0A=0A =0A =0A <div>=0A= (except actually going to a library!) I wonder if anyone has a scan=0A = of:<br>=0A <br>=0A Recognition memory for words correctly heard in= noise<br>=0A by Rabbitt, P.<br>=0A Psychonomic Science&nbsp; Volume:= 6&nbsp;&nbsp; Pages: 383-384&nbsp;&nbsp; Published: 1966 <br>=0A <br>= =0A Thanks!<br>=0A <br>=0A Yours - Stuart<br>=0A <br>=0A <br= >=0A <div class=3D"yiv0467066452moz-signature">-- <br>=0A <hr>=0A = Stuart Rosen, PhD<br>=0A Professor of Speech and Hearing Science<b= r>=0A UCL Speech, Hearing and Phonetic Sciences<br>=0A 2 Wakefiel= d Street<br>=0A London WC1N 1PF, England<br>=0A <br>=0A Tele= phone numbers:=0A <ul>=0A <li>Office: (+ 44 [0]20) 7679 4077</l= i>=0A <li>Admin: (+ 44 [0]20) 7679 4050</li>=0A <li>Internal:= ext 24077</li>=0A </ul>=0A Email: <a rel=3D"nofollow" class=3D"y= iv0467066452moz-txt-link-abbreviated" ymailto=3D"mailto:stuart@xxxxxxxx= uk" target=3D"_blank" href=3D"mailto:stuart@xxxxxxxx">stuart@xxxxxxxx=</a><br>=0A Home page: <a rel=3D"nofollow" class=3D"yiv046706645= 2moz-txt-link-freetext" target=3D"_blank" href=3D" /home/stuart"></a><br>=0A <br>=0A= <hr>=0A </div>=0A </div>=0A=0A</div><br><br></div> </div> </div> = </div></body></html> --1982344905-2051188607-1375696525=:80027--

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