Table of contents for The handbook of speech perception / edited by David B. Pisoni and Robert E. Remez.

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Handbook of Speech Perception
Table of Contents (1/22/04)
List of Contributors
Preface
	Michael Studdert-Kennedy
Introduction
	David B. Pisoni & Robert E. Remez
Part I. Sensing Speech
											 
1- Acoustic Analysis and Synthesis of Speech
 JAMES R. SAWUSCH
2- Perceptual Organization of Speech
 ROBERT E. REMEZ
3- Primacy of Multimodal Speech Perception
 LAWRENCE D. ROSENBLUM
4- Phonetic Processing by the Speech Perceiving Brain
 LYNNE E. BERNSTEIN
5- Event-related Evoked Potentials (ERPs) in Speech Perception
 DENNIS MOLFESE, ALEXANDRA P. KONARYOVA KEY, MANDY J. MAGUIRE, GUY 
O. DOVE & VICTORIA J. MOLFESE
Part II. Perception of Linguistic Properties
6- Features in Speech Perception and Lexical Access
 KENNETH N. STEVENS
7- Speech Perception and Phonological Contrast
 EDWARD FLEMMING
8- Acoustic Cues to the Perception of Segmental Phonemes
 LAWRENCE J. RAPHAEL
9- Clear Speech
 ROSALIE M. UCHANSKI
10- Perception of Intonation
 JACQUELINE VAISSIERE
11- Lexical Stress
 ANNE C. CUTLER
12- Slips of the Ear 
 Z. S. BOND
Part III. Perception of Indexical Properties
13- Perception of Dialect Variation
 CYNTHIA CLOPPER AND DAVID B. PISONI
14- Perception of Voice Quality
 JODY KREIMAN, DIANA VANLANCKER-SIDTIS & BRUCE R. GERRATT
15- Speaker Normalization in Speech Perception
 KEITH A. JOHNSON
16- Perceptual Integration of Linguistic and Non-Linguistic Properties of Speech
 LYNNE C. NYGAARD
Part IV. Speech Perception by Special Listeners
17- Speech Perception in Infants
 DEREK M. HOUSTON
18- Speech Perception in Childhood
 AMANDA C. WALLEY
19- Age-related Changes in Spoken Word Recognition
 MITCHELL S. SOMMERS
20- Speech Perception in Deaf Children with Cochlear Implants
 DAVID B. PISONI
21- Speech Perception following Focal Brain Injury
 WILLIAM BADACKER
22- Cross-Language Speech Perception
 NURIA SEBASTIAN-GALLES
23- Speech Perception in Specific Language Impairment
 SUSAN ELLIS WEISMER
Part V. Recognition of Spoken Words
24- Spoken Word Recognition: The Challenge of Variation
 PAUL A. LUCE & CONOR T. MCLENNAN
25- Probabilistic Phonotactics in Spoken Word Recognition
 EDWARD T. AUER, JR. & PAUL A. LUCE
Part VI. Theoretical Perspectives
26- The Relation of Speech Perception and Speech Production
 CAROL A. FOWLER & BRUNO GALANTUCCI
27- A Neuroethological Perspective on the Perception of Vocal Communication Signals
 TIMOTHY GENTNER & GREGORY F. BALL

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Speech perception.