Cognitive Models of Speech Processing
Gerry T. M. Altmann (ed), 1990

1. Cognitive Models of Speech Processing: An Introduction
Gerry T. M. Altmann

2. Lexical Hypotheses in Continuous Speech
Richard Shillcock

3. Lexical Segmentation in TRACE: An Exercise in Simulation
Uli H. Frauenfelder and Guus Peeters

4. A Dynamic-Net Model of Human Speech Recognition
Dennis Norris

5. Exploiting Prosodic Probabilities in Speech Segmentation
Anne Cutler

6. Similarity Neighborhoods of Spoken Words
Paul A. Luce, David B. Pisoni, and Steven D. Goldinger

7. Activation, Competition, and Frequency in Lexical Access
William Marslen-Wilson

8. Retroactive Influence of Syllable Neighborhoods
Jan Charles-Luce, Paul A. Luce, and Michael S. Cluff

9. Competition, Lateral Inhibition, and Frequency: Comments on the Chapters of Frauenfelder and Peeters, Marslen-Wilson and Others
Ellen Gurman Bard

10. Lexical Statistics and Cognitive Models of Speech Processing
Gerry T. M. Altmann

11. Constraining Models of Lexical Access: The Onset of Word Recognition
Jacques Mehler, Emmanuel Dupoux, and Juan Segui

12. The Role of the Syllable in Speech Segmentation, Phoneme Identification, and Lexical Access
Juan Segui, Emmanuel Dupoux, and Jacques Mehler

13. Effects of Sentence Context and Lexical Knowledge in Speech Processing
Cynthia Connine

14. Using Perceptual-Restoration Effects to Explore the Architecture of Perception
Arthur G. Samuel

15. The Relationship between Sentential Context and Sensory Input: Comments on Connine's and Samuel's Chapters
Lorraine K. Tyler

16. Modularity Compromised: Selecting Partial Hypotheses
Henry Thompson and Gerry T. M. Altmann

17. Representation and Structure in Connectionist Models
Jeffrey L. Elman

18. Combinatory Lexical Information and Language Comprehension
Michael K. Tanenhaus, Susan M. Garnsey, and Julie Boland

19. Exploring the Architecture of the Language-Processing System
Lyn Frazier

20. Thematic Roles and Modularity: Comments of the Chapters by Frazier and Tanenhaus et al.
Janet Dean Fodor

21. Syntax and Intonational Structure in a Combinatory Grammar
Mark J. Steedman

22. Description Theory and Intonation Boundaries
Mitchell Marcus and Donald Hindle

23. Phrase Strucure and Intonational Phrases: Comments on the Chapters by Marcus and Steedman
Aravind K. Joshi


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