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Introduction JACQUES DURAND AND BERNARD LAKS I 1. Phonology, Phonetics, and Cognition JACQUES DURAND AND BERNARD LAKS IO 2. What Are Phonological Syllables Made of? The Voice/Length Symmetry JOAQUIM BRANDAO DE CARVALHO 5I 3. Tone in Mituku: How a Floating Tone Nailed down an Intermediate Level JOHN GOLDSMITH 80 4. Phonetic Representations in the Mental Lexicon JOHN COLEMAN 96 5. Phonological Primes: Cues and Acoustic Signatures MICHAEL INGLEBY AND WIEBKE BROCKHAUS 13I 6. The Role of the Syllable in Speech Perception and Production JUAN SEGUI AND LUDOVIC FERRAND 15I 7. Fossil Markers of Language Development: Phonological 'Deafnesses' in Adult Speech Processing EMMANUEL DUPOUX AND SHARON PEPERKAMP I68 8. Syllabic Constraints and Constraint Conflicts in Loanword Adaptations, Aphasic Speech, and Children's Errors CAROLE PARADIS AND RENEE BELAND I9I 9. What Can the Utterance 'Tan, Tan' of Broca's Patient Leborgne Tell Us about the Hypothesis of an Emergent 'Babble-Syllable' Downloaded by SMA? CHRISTIAN ABRY, MURIEL STEFANUTO, ANNE VILAIN, AND RAFAEL LABOISSIERE 226 10. Towards Imaging the Neural Correlates of Language Functions JEAN-FRANCOIS DEMONET, GUILLAUME THIERRY, AND JEAN-LUC NESPOULOUS 244 11. Phonology in a Theory of Perception-for-Action-Control JEAN-LUC SCHWARTZ, CHRISTIAN ABRY, LOUIS-JEAN BOE, AND MARIE CATHIARD 254