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Volume 11
ISSN: 1470-8507
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The perceptual magnet effect is not specific to speech prototypes: new evidence from music categories.
Sarah BARRETT     pages 1-16

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Periodicity and pitch information in simulations of cochlear implant speech processing
Andrew FAULKNER, Stuart ROSEN and Clare SMITH     pages 17-38

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Effects of the number of channels and speech-to-noise ratio on rate of connected discourse tracking through a simulated cochlear implant speech-processor
Andrew FAULKNER, Stuart ROSEN and Lucy WILKINSON     pages 39-50

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Intonation modelling in ProSynth
Jill HOUSE, Jana DANKOVICOVA, and Mark HUCKVALE     pages 51-61

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Opportunities for re-convergence of engineering and cognitive science accounts of spoken word recognition.
Mark HUCKVALE     pages 62-75

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Effect of interactive visual feedback on the improvement of English intonation of Japanese EFL learners
Masaki TANIGUCHI and Evelyn ABBERTON     
pages 76-89

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The intermediate phrase in central Catalan declaratives: a case for questioning the representation of downstep
Eva ESTEBAS I VILAPLANA and John .A. MAIDMENT     pages 90-116

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Overcoming phonetic interference.
John C. WELLS     pages 117-128

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Pronunciation preferences in British English: a new survey
John C. WELLS     pages 129-138

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Auditory filter nonlinearity in mild/moderate hearing impairment
Richard J. BAKER and Stuart ROSEN     
pages 139-159

The relationship between speech and nonspeech auditory processing in children with dyslexia
Stuart ROSEN and Eva MANGANARI pages 160-186

Minimising boredom by maximising likelihood - an efficient estimation of masked thresholds.
Richard J. BAKER and Stuart ROSEN pages 187-200

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