William F. Ganong

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  • N Kenneth, Stevens, Jared Morris Halle, Sheila E Bernstein, Blumstein, Margaret Bullowa +38 others
  • 2009
Zue a. Segmental Aspects of Speech One of our research objectives continues to be to develop a theoretical basis for the phonetic categories or features that appear to be universal in language and to begin to delineate in detail the inventory of these phonetic features and their articulatory and perceptual correlates. During the past year, we have been(More)
  • N Kenneth, Stevens, Sheila E Morris Halle, Margaret Blumstein, William E Bullowa, William L Cooper +26 others
  • 2009
Let us review two earlier experiments in which sounds were alternated between the ears. The first experiment involved the intelligibility of alternated speech. In a typical experiment by Cherry and Taylor, and later by Huggins,2 a continuous speech message was periodically switched alternately to the subject's left and right ears, so that one ear received(More)
  • N Kenneth, Stevens, H Dennis, Klatt, B David, Pisonitf +40 others
  • 2009
Preparations have been made to begin taking simultaneous electromyographic and cineradiographic data for use in conjunction with a dynamic model of the tongue.1 These preparations have included running some preliminary audio and cinesynchronization studies on a facility at a nearby hospital and obtaining the assistance of an outside laboratory in taking the(More)
In this paper, written for a general audience, I review and contrast various strategies that the body uses to control homeostasis and movement. Messages, signals, communication channels, and control systems are dealt with from both a cellular and an integrative perspective. The major global control strategies are feedback, feedforward, and adaptive control,(More)
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