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ANIM# = CP in animals
AUD# = auditory CP
COL# = color CP
DEV# = development of CP
MOD# = models for CP
MUS# = musical CP
NEUR# = neural correlates of CP
SOC# = social CP
SP# = speech CP
SPAT# spatial CP
VIS# visual CP

VIS# 1. Goldstone, Robert. Influences of categorization on perceptual discrimination. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 1994 Jun, v123 (n2):178-200.

SOC# 2. BOOK CHAPTER Canter, David V.; Monteiro, Circe. The lattice of polemic social representations: A comparison of the social representations of occupations in favelas, public housing, and middle-class neighbourhoods of Brazil. IN: Empirical approaches to social representations.; Glynis Marie Breakwell, David V. Canter, Eds. Clarendon Press/Oxford University Press, Oxford, England. 1993. p. 223-247.

SPAT# DEV# 3. Quinn, Paul C. The categorization of above and below spatial relations by young infants. Child Development, 1994 Feb, v65 (n1):58-69.

SP# 4. Tuller, Betty; Case, Pamela; Ding, Mingzhou; Kelso, J. A. Scott. The nonlinear dynamics of speech categorization. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 1994 Feb, v20 (n1):3-16.

5. Lewandowsky, Stephan; Herrmann, Douglas J.; Behrens, John T.; Li, Shu-chen; and others. Perception of clusters in statistical maps. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 1993 Nov, v7 (n6):533-551.

ANIM# 6. BOOK CHAPTER Snowdon, Charles T. Linguistic phenomena in the natural communication of animals. IN: Language and communication: Comparative perspectives. Comparative cognition and neuroscience.; Herbert L. Roitblat, Louis M. Herman, Paul E. Nachtigall, Eds. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc, Hillsdale, NJ, US. 1993. p. 175-194.

MUS# 7. Windsor, W. Luke. Dynamic accents and the categorical perception of metre. Psychology of Music, 1993, v21 (n2):127-140.

8. Niewiadomska-Bugaj, Magdalena; Zeranska-Kominek, S. Musical self-image and cultural change: Lithuanian minority in Poland case study. Behavioral Science, 1993 Oct, v38 (n4):273-292.

COL# 9. Polzella, Donald J.; Montgomery, Demaris A. Dimensions of color harmony. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 1993 Sep, v31 (n5):423-435.

SP# 10. Massaro, Dominic W.; Cohen, Michael M.; Gesi, Antoinette; Heredia, Roberto; and others. Bimodal speech perception: An examination across languages. Journal of Phonetics, 1993 Oct, v21 (n4):445-478.

AUD# 11. ten Hoopen, Gert; Hilkhuysen, Gaston; Vis, Gert; Nakajima, Yoshitaka; and others. A new illusion of time perception: II. Music Perception, 1993 Fall, v11 (n1):15-38.

ANIM# 12. BOOK CHAPTER Snowdon, Charles T. A comparative approach to language parallels. IN: Tools, language and cognition in human evolution.; Kathleen R. Gibson, Tim Ingold, Eds. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England. 1993. p. 109-128.

VIS# DEV# 13. Leinbach, Mary D.; Fagot, Beverly I. Categorical habituation to male and female faces: Gender schematic processing in infancy. Infant Behavior & Development, 1993 Jul-Sep, v16 (n3):317-332.

VIS# DEV# 14. Quinn, Paul C.; Eimas, Peter D.; Rosenkrantz, Stacey L. Evidence for representations of perceptually similar natural categories by 3-month-old and 4-month-old infants. Perception, 1993, v22 (n4):463-475.

15. Dror, Itiel E.; Kosslyn, Stephen M.; Waag, Wayne L. Visual-spatial abilities of pilots. Journal of Applied Psychology, 1993 Oct, v78 (n5):763-773.

SP# NEUR# 16. Sharma, A.; Kraus, Nina; McGee, T.; Carrell, T.; and others. Acoustic versus phonetic representation of speech as reflected by the mismatch negativity event-related potential. Electroencephalography & Clinical Neurophysiology: Evoked Potentials, 1993 Jan-Feb, v88 (n1):64-71.

VIS# NEUR# 17. David, Anthony S.; Cutting, John C. Visual imagery and visual semantics in the cerebral hemispheres in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 1993 Jan, v8 (n3):263-271.

MUS# 18. Howard, David M.; Rosen, Stuart; Broad, Victoria. Major/minor triad identification and discrimination by musically trained and untrained listeners. Music Perception, 1992 Winter, v10 (n2):205-220.

SP# 19. Schouten, M. E.; Van Hessen, A. J. Modeling phoneme perception: I. Categorical perception. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1992 Oct, v92 (n4, Pt 1):1841-1855.

20. Berti, Anna; Rizzolatti, Giacomo. Visual processing without awareness: Evidence from unilateral neglect. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 1992 Fall, v4 (n4):345-351.

VIS# 21. Etcoff, Nancy L.; Magee, John J. Categorical perception of facial expressions. Cognition, 1992 Sep, v44 (n3):227-240.

SPAT# 22. Hoyer, William J.; Rybash, John M. Age and visual field differences in computing visual-spatial relations. Psychology & Aging, 1992 Sep, v7 (n3):339-342.

MUS# 24. Desain, Peter. A (de)composable theory of rhythm perception. Music Perception, 1992 Summer, v9 (n4):439-454.

ANIM# 25. Hopp, Steven L.; Sinnott, Joan M.; Owren, Michael J.; Petersen, Michael R. Differential sensitivity of Japanese macaques ( Macaca fuscata ) and humans ( Homo sapiens ) to peak position along a synthetic coo call continuum. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1992 Jun, v106 (n2):128-136.

26. Showers, Carolin. Compartmentalization of positive and negative self-knowledge: Keeping bad apples out of the bunch. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 1992 Jun, v62 (n6):1036-1049.

27. Freeman, Linton C. Filling in the blanks: A theory of cognitive categories and the structure of social affiliation. Special Issue: Theoretical advances in social psychology. Social Psychology Quarterly, 1992 Jun, v55 (n2):118-127.

NEUR# MOD# 28. Rybash, John M.; Hoyer, William J. Hemispheric specialization for categorical and coordinate spatial representations: A reappraisal. Memory & Cognition, 1992 May, v20 (n3):271-276.

AUD# 29. Nakajima, Yoshitaka; ten Hoopen, Gert; Hilkhuysen, Gaston; Sasaki, Takayuki. Time-shrinking: A discontinuity in the perception of auditory temporal patterns. Perception & Psychophysics, 1992 May, v51 (n5):504-507.

ANIM# 30. Monteil, Jean-Marc. Intergroup differentiation and individuation: The effect of social deprivation. Cahiers de Psychologie Cognitive, 1992 Apr, v12 (n2):189-203.

ANIM# 31. Ehret, G. Categorical perception of mouse-pup ultrasounds in the temporal domain. Animal Behaviour, 1992 Mar, v43 (n3):409-416.

SP# DEV# 32. Cohen, Leslie B.; Diehl, Randy L.; Oakes, Lisa M.; Loehlin, John C. Infant perception of /aba/ versus /apa/: Building a quantitative model of infant categorical discrimination. Developmental Psychology, 1992 Mar, v28 (n2):261-272.

SPAT# 33. Wolfe, Jeremy M.; Friedman-Hill, Stacia R.; Stewart, Marion I.; O'Connell, Kathleen M. The role of categorization in visual search for orientation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 1992 Feb, v18 (n1):34-49.

34. Guski, Rainer. Acoustic tau: An easy analogue to visual tau? Ecological Psychology, 1992, v4 (n3):189-197.

35. Butterworth, George. Origins of self-perception in infancy. Psychological Inquiry, 1992, v3 (n2):103-111.

SP# MUS# DEV# VIS# 36. Lynch, Michael P.; Eilers, Rebecca E.; Bornstein, Marc H. Speech, vision, and music perception: Windows on the ontogeny of mind. Special Issue: Child development and music. Psychology of Music, 1992, v20 (n1):3-14.

37. DISSERTATION Martz, Richard T. Short-term categorical/noncategorical processing in the delayed-discrimination of monaural and dichotic synthetic vowels and nonspeech tones. Dissertation Abstracts International, 1991 Nov, v52 (n5-B):2801.

38. Bartholomew, Kim; Horowitz, Leonard M. Attachment styles among young adults: A test of a four-category model. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 1991 Aug, v61 (n2):226-244.

39. Heller, Morton A.; Nesbitt, Kimberly D.; Scrofano, Danette K. Influence of writing style and categorical information on identification of tactile numerals and letters. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 1991 Jul, v29 (n4):365-367.

40. DISSERTATION Plumert, Jodie M. Children's use of categorical and spatial clustering strategies for recalling objects. Dissertation Abstracts International, 1991 Jun, v51 (n12-B, Pt 1):6126.

SP# DEV# 41. Burnham, Denis K.; Earnshaw, Lynda J.; Clark, John E. Development of categorical identification of native and non-native bilabial stops: Infants, children and adults. Journal of Child Language, 1991 Jun, v18 (n2):231-260.

SP# 42. Tuller, Betty; Kelso, J. A. The production and perception of syllable structure. Journal of Speech & Hearing Research, 1991 Jun, v34 (n3):501-508.

SP# 43. Massaro, Dominic W.; Weldon, Mary S.; Kitzis, Stephen N. Integration of orthographic and semantic information in memory retrieval. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 1991 Mar, v17 (n2):277-287.

SPAT# 44. Nakatani, Kaneto. / Categorical factors in the oblique effect under successive and absolute judgments of inclination. Japanese Journal of Psychology, 1991 Feb, v61 (n6):400-403. Language: Japanese.

SOC# 45. Maruszewski, Tomasz. Psychophysical scaling and valuation of social objects. Polish Psychological Bulletin, 1991, v22 (n2):107-116.

SP# 46. CONFERENCE PAPER Kewley-Port, Diane. Cross-disciplinary advances in speech science. Future of Science and Services Seminar (1990, Rockville, Maryland). ASHA Reports Series (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association), 1990 Dec (n20):69-85.

47. Bissonnette, Victor; Bernstein, Ira H. Artifacts can replicate: A reply to Piliavin and Charng. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 1990 Sep, v16 (n3):554-561.

AUD# 48. Pastore, Richard E.; Li, Xiao-feng; Layer, Jody K. Categorical perception of nonspeech chirps and bleats. Perception & Psychophysics, 1990 Aug, v48 (n2):151-156.

49. Serino, Carmencita. La comparaison sociale et la structure des systemes categoriels: quelques reflexions sur la prototypicalite du Soi. / Social comparison and structure of categorical systems: Some reflections about the typicality... Cahiers Internationaux de Psychologie Sociale, 1990 Jun (n6):73-96. Language: French.

MOD# 50. Blount, Joseph P.; Blount, Mary R. Teaching about speech perception and production inexpensively on microcomputers. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 1990 Apr, v22 (n2):219-222.

51. Collins, Nancy L.; Read, Stephen J. Adult attachment, working models, and relationship quality in dating couples. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 1990 Apr, v58 (n4):644-663.

COL# 52. Zerbolio, Dominic J.; Golden, Christin M. Categorical color coding in a one-phase avoidance procedure. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1990 Feb, v18 (n1):83-89.

VIS# DEV# 53. Phillips, Roger D.; Wagner, Sheldon H.; Fells, Catherine A.; Lynch, Michael. Do infants recognize emotion in facial expressions? Categorical and "metaphorical" evidence. Infant Behavior & Development, 1990 Jan-Mar, v13 (n1):71-84.

SP# 54. Massaro, Dominic W.; Cohen, Michael M. Perception of synthesized audible and visible speech. Psychological Science, 1990 Jan, v1 (n1):55-63.

ANIM# 55. Weary, Daniel M. Categorical perception of bird song: How do great tits ( Parus major ) perceive temporal variation in their song? Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1989 Dec, v103 (n4):320-325.

MOD# VIS# SPAT# 56. Kosslyn, Stephen M.; Koenig, Olivier; Barrett, Anna; Cave, Carolyn B.; and others. Evidence for two types of spatial representations: Hemispheric specialization for categorical and coordinate relations. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 1989 Nov, v15 (n4):723-735.

57. Foster, David H.; Ferraro, Mario. Visual gap and offset discrimination and its relation to categorical identification in brief line-element displays. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 1989 Nov, v15 (n4):771-784.

58. Reed, Marjorie A. Speech perception and the discrimination of brief auditory cues in reading disabled children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 1989 Oct, v48 (n2):270-292.

SP# 59. Burki-Cohen, Judith; Grosjean, Francois; Miller, Joanne L. Base-language effects on word identification in bilingual speech: Evidence from categorical perception experiments. Language & Speech, 1989 Oct-Dec, v32 (n4):355-371.

SOC# 60. Hilton, James L.; Fein, Steven. The role of typical diagnosticity in stereotype-based judgments. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 1989 Aug, v57 (n2):201-211.

ANIM# SP# 61. Dooling, Robert J.; Okanoya, Kazuo; Brown, Susan D. Speech perception by budgerigars ( Melopsittacus undulatus ): The voiced-voiceless distinction. Perception & Psychophysics, 1989 Jul, v46 (n1):65-71.

MUS# 62. Schulze, Hans-Henning. Categorical perception of rhythmic patterns. Special Issue: Rhythm perception, rhythm production, and timing. Psychological Research, 1989 Jun, v51 (n1):10-15.

ANIM# 63. Honig, W. K.; Stewart, Karen E. Discrimination of relative numerosity by pigeons. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1989 May, v17 (n2):134-146.

64. White, Peter A. Judgements of abnormality and their consequences for judgements of infractions of human and civil rights. Community Mental Health in New Zealand, 1989 May, v4 (n2):72-86.

SOC# DEV# SP# 65. Hirschfeld, Lawrence A. Discovering linguistic differences: Domain specificity and the young child's awareness of multiple languages. Human Development, 1989 May-Jun, v32 (n3-4):223-236.

ANIM# 66. Nelson, Douglas A.; Marler, Peter. Categorical perception of a natural stimulus continuum: Birdsong. Science, 1989 May, v244 (n4907):976-978.

SP# 67. Best, Catherine T.; Studdert-Kennedy, Michael; Manuel, Sharon; Rubin-Spitz, Judith. Discovering phonetic coherence in acoustic patterns. Perception & Psychophysics, 1989 Mar, v45 (n3):237-250.

ANIM# 68. May, Brad; Moody, David B.; Stebbins, William C. Categorical perception of conspecific communication sounds by Japanese macaques, Macaca fuscata. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1989 Feb, v85 (n2):837-847.

69. Clarkson, Richard L.; Eimas, Peter D.; Marean, G. Cameron. Speech perception in children with histories of recurrent otitis media. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1989 Feb, v85 (n2):926-933.

ANIM# 70. Hoy, Ronald R. Startle, categorical response, and attention in acoustic behavior of insects. Annual Review of Neuroscience, 1989, v12:355-375.

71. Hernandez Pozo, Rocio. Prejuicios categoriales en igualacion de colores, formas y numeros entre Hispanohablantes: Ninos y adultos. (Categorical prejudices in equivalence of colors, shapes, and numbers among Spanish-speaking children... Revista Intercontinental de Psicologia y Educacion, 1989, v2 (n1-2):207-222. Language: Spanish.

COL# 72. Uchikawa, Hiromi; Uchikawa, Keiji; Boynton, Robert M. Influence of achromatic surrounds on categorical perception of surface colors. Vision Research, 1989, v29 (n7):881-890.

SP# 73. Watson, Charles S.; Kewley-Port, Diane. Some remarks on Pastore (1988). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1988 Dec, v84 (n6):2266-2270.

74. Burns, Richard A.; Gordon, Walter U. Some further observations on serial enumeration and categorical flexibility. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1988 Nov, v16 (n4):425-428.

75. Andrews, Michael W. Spatial strategies of oriented travel in Callicebus moloch and Saimiri sciureus. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1988 Nov, v16 (n4):429-435.

SOC# 76. Krueger, Joachim; Rothbart, Myron. Use of categorical and individuating information in making inferences about personality. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 1988 Aug, v55 (n2):187-195.

VIS# DEV# 77. Ludemann, Pamela M.; Nelson, Charles A. Categorical representation of facial expressions by 7-month-old infants. Developmental Psychology, 1988 Jul, v24 (n4):492-501.

MOD# 78. Frick, Robert W. Issues of representation and limited capacity in the auditory short-term store. British Journal of Psychology, 1988 May, v79 (n2):213-240.

79. Fabre, Jean-Marc. Une thematique centrale de l'etude des activites d'evaluation: les effets de contexte. (A central theme in the study of evaluation activities: The effects of context.). Bulletin de Psychologie, 1988-89 May-Jun, v42 (n390):528-537. Language: French.

NEUR# SP# 80. Molfese, Dennis L.; Molfese, Victoria J. Right-hemisphere responses from preschool children to temporal cues to speech and nonspeech materials: Electrophysiological correlates. Brain & Language, 1988 Mar, v33 (n2):245-259.

SP# AUD# 81. Kewley-Port, Diane; Watson, Charles S.; Foyle, David C. Auditory temporal acuity in relation to category boundaries; speech and nonspeech stimuli. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1988 Mar, v83 (n3):1133-1145.

82. Houck, Cherry K.; Geller, Carol H.; Engelhard, Judy B. Learning disabilities teachers' perceptions of educational programs for adolescents with learning disabilities. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 1988 Feb, v21 (n2):90-97.

MOD# 83. King, Donald L. "Anchor-range" results with "same" and "different" responses and similar and dissimilar stimuli. Psychological Research, 1988, v50 (n3):173-180.

COL# 84. Zollinger, Heinrich. Categorical color perception: Influence of cultural factors on the differentiation of primary and derived basic color terms in color naming by Japanese children. Vision Research, 1988, v28 (n12):1379-1382.

ANIM# 85. Pepperberg, Irene M. Acquisition of the same/different concept by an African Grey parrot ( Psittacus erithacus ): Learning with respect to categories of color, shape, and material. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1987 Nov, v15 (n4):423-432.

VIS# DEV# 86. Quinn, Paul C. The categorical representation of visual pattern information by young infants. Cognition, 1987 Nov, v27 (n2):145-179.

87. Bowers, Robin L.; Richards, Ralph W. Children's time perception as affected by order of stimulus presentation. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 1987 Oct, v65 (n2):587-592.

VIS# 88. Russell, James A.; Fehr, Beverley. Relativity in the perception of emotion in facial expressions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 1987 Sep, v116 (n3):223-237.

SP# 89. Walden, Brian E.; Montgomery, Allen A.; Prosek, Robert A. Perception of synthetic visual consonant-vowel articulations. Journal of Speech & Hearing Research, 1987 Sep, v30 (n3):418-424.

90. Snow, David A.; Anderson, Leon. Identity work among the homeless: The verbal construction and avowal of personal identities. American Journal of Sociology, 1987 May, v92 (n6):1336-1371.

91. Werker, Janet F.; Tees, Richard C. Speech perception in severely disabled and average reading children. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 1987 Mar, v41 (n1):48-61.

92. Morse, Philip A.; Molfese, Dennis L.; Laughlin, Nellie K.; Linnville, Steven E.; and others. Categorical perception for voicing contrasts in normal and lead-treated rhesus monkeys: Electrophysiological indices. Brain & Language, 1987 Jan, v30 (n1):63-80.

ANIM# NEUR# 93. Adams, Christina L.; Molfese, Dennis L.; Betz, Jacqueline C. Electrophysiological correlates of categorical speech perception for voicing contrasts in dogs. Developmental Neuropsychology, 1987, v3 (n3-4):175-189.

94. Kowalczyk, Marek. Prawdopodobienstwo i prototypowosc w procesie kategorialnej identyfikacji percepcyjnej: Analiza teorii spostrzegania Jerome S. Brunera. / Probability and prototypicality in the process of categorical... Przeglad Psychologiczny, 1987, v30 (n2):319-351. Language: Polish.

COL# SOC# 95. Uchikawa, Keiji; Boynton, Robert M. Categorical color perception of Japanese observers: Comparison with that of Americans. Vision Research, 1987, v27 (n10):1825-1833.

ANIM# 96. BOOK, EDITED; CONFERENCE Honig, W. K., ed.; Fetterman, J. Gregor, ed. Cognitive aspects of stimulus control. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc; Hillsdale, NJ, US, 1992.

SOC# 97. BOOK CHAPTER Leyens, Jacques-Philippe; Yzerbyt, Vincent Y.; Schadron, Georges. The social judgeability approach to stereotypes. IN: European review of social psychology, Vol. 3.; Wolfgang Stroebe, Miles Hewstone, Eds. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, England. 1992. p. 91-120.

MOD# NEUR# 98. BOOK, EDITED Kosslyn, Stephen M., ed.; Andersen, Richard A., ed. Frontiers in cognitive neuroscience. MIT Press; Cambridge, MA, US, 1992.

MOD# VIS# 99. BOOK CHAPTER Norman, J. Farley; Todd, James T. The visual perception of 3-dimensional form. IN: Neural networks for vision and image processing.; Gail A. Carpenter, Stephen Grossberg, Eds. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, US. 1992. p. 93-110.

ANIM# 100. BOOK CHAPTER Owren, Michael J.; Seyfarth, Robert M.; Hopp, Steven L. Categorical vocal signaling in nonhuman primates. IN: Nonverbal vocal communication: Comparative and developmental approaches. Studies in emotion and social interaction.; Hanus Papousek, Uwe Jurgens, Mechthild Papousek, Eds. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US; Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme; Paris, France. 1992. p. 102-122.

MUS# 101. BOOK CHAPTER Krumhansl, Carol L. Music psychology: Tonal structures in perception and memory. IN: Annual review of psychology, Vol. 42. Annual review of psychology.; Mark R. Rosenzweig, Lyman W. Porter, Eds. Annual Reviews, Inc, Palo Alto, CA, US. 1991. p. 277-303.

SP# DEV# 102. BOOK CHAPTER Eimas, Peter D. The perception of speech in early infancy. IN: The emergence of language: Development and evolution: Readings from "Scientific American" magazine.; William S.-Y. Wang, Ed. W. H. Freeman & Co, Publishers, New York, NY, US. 1991. p. 117-127.

103. BOOK Goodluck, Helen. Language acquisition: A linguistic introduction. Basil Blackwell, Inc; Oxford, England, 1991.

ANIM# DEV# SP# 104. BOOK CHAPTER Kuhl, Patricia K. Perception, cognition, and the ontogenetic and phylogenetic emergence of human speech. IN: Plasticity of development.; Steven E. Brauth, William S. Hall, Robert J. Dooling, Eds. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, US. 1991. p. 73-106.

MOD# 105. BOOK, EDITED Commons, Michael L., ed.; Herrnstein, Richard J., ed.; Kosslyn, Stephen M., ed.; Mumford, David B., ed. Behavioral approaches to pattern recognition and concept formation. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc; Hillsdale, NJ, US, 1990. Series title: Quantitative analyses of behavior, Vol. 8.

ANIM# 106. BOOK CHAPTER Zentall, Thomas R.; Jackson-Smith, Pamela; Jagielo, Joyce A. Categorical color and shape coding by pigeons. IN: Behavioral approaches to pattern recognition and concept formation. Quantitative analyses of behavior, Vol. 8.; Michael L. Commons, Richard J. Herrnstein, Stephen M. Kosslyn, David B. Mumford, Eds. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc, Hillsdale, NJ, US. 1990. p. 3-21.

SOC# MOD# 107. BOOK, EDITED Caverni, Jean-Paul, ed.; Fabre, Jean-Marc, ed.; Gonzalez, Michel, ed. Cognitive biases. North-Holland; Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1990. Series title: Advances in psychology, 68.

SP# AUD# 108. BOOK CHAPTER Massaro, Dominic W. Language processing and information integration. IN: Contributions to information integration theory, Vol. 1: Cognition; Vol. 2: Social; Vol. 3: Developmental.; Norman Henry Anderson, Ed. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc, Hillsdale, NJ, US. 1990. p. 259-292.

109. BOOK CHAPTER Butterworth, George. Self-perception in infancy. IN: The self in transition: Infancy to childhood. The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur foundation series on mental health and development.; Dante Cicchetti, Marjorie Beeghly, Eds. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL, US. 1990. p. 119-137.

ANIM# DEV# SP# 110. BOOK CHAPTER Kuhl, Patricia K. On babies, birds, modules, and mechanisms: A comparative approach to the acquisition of vocal communication. IN: The comparative psychology of audition: Perceiving complex sounds.; Robert J. Dooling, Stewart H. Hulse, Eds. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc, Hillsdale, NJ, US. 1989. p. 379-419.

111. BOOK CHAPTER Biederman, Irving. Real-time human image understanding in pilot performance models. IN: Human performance models for computer-aided engineering.; Jerome I. Elkind, Stuart K. Card, Julian Hochberg, Beverly Messick Huey, Eds. National Academy Press, Washington, DC, US. 1989. p. 126-143.

AUD# 112. BOOK Handel, Stephen. Listening: An introduction to the perception of auditory events. MIT Press; Cambridge, MA, US, 1989.

113. BOOK CHAPTER Stern, Daniel N. Developmental prerequisites for the sense of a narrated self. IN: Psychoanalysis: Toward the second century.; Arnold M. Cooper, Otto F. Kernberg, Ethel Spector Person, Eds. Yale University Press, New Haven, CT, US. 1989. p. 168-178.

SOC# 114. BOOK CHAPTER Feldman, Jack. Objects in categories and objects as categories. IN: A dual process model of impression formation. Advances in social cognition, Vol. 1.; Thomas K. Srull, Robert S. Wyer Jr., Eds. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc, Hillsdale, NJ, US. 1988. p. 53-63.

SOC# MOD# 115. BOOK CHAPTER Rothbart, Myron. Categorization and impression formation: Capturing the mind's flexibility. IN: A dual process model of impression formation. Advances in social cognition, Vol. 1.; Thomas K. Srull, Robert S. Wyer Jr., Eds. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc, Hillsdale, NJ, US. 1988. p. 139-144.

SOC# 116. BOOK CHAPTER Schul, Yaacov; Burnstein, Eugene. On Greeks and horses: Impression formation with social and nonsocial objects. IN: A dual process model of impression formation. Advances in social cognition, Vol. 1.; Thomas K. Srull, Robert S. Wyer Jr., Eds. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc, Hillsdale, NJ, US. 1988. p. 145-154.

NEUR# 117. BOOK, EDITED Brown, Jason W., ed.; Dean, George; tr.; Perecman, Ellen; tr.; Franzen, Emil; tr.; and others. Agnosia and apraxia: Selected papers of Liepmann, Lange, and Potzl. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc; Hillsdale, NJ, US, 1988.

COL# 118. BOOK CHAPTER Boynton, Robert M. Color vision. IN: Annual review of psychology, Vol. 39. Annual review of psychology.; Mark R. Rosenzweig, Lyman W. Porter, Eds. Annual Reviews, Inc, Palo Alto, CA, US. 1988. p. 69-100.

MOD# NEUR# 119. BOOK CHAPTER Anderson, James A.; Silverstein, Jack W.; Ritz, Stephen A.; Jones, Randell S. Distinctive features, categorical perception, and probability learning: Some applications of a neural model. IN: Neurocomputing: Foundations of research.; James A. Anderson, Edward Rosenfeld, Eds. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, US. 1988. p. 287-325.

MUS# 120. BOOK Frances, Robert; Dowling, W. Jay; tr. The perception of music. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc; Hillsdale, NJ, US, 1988.

NEUR# 121. BOOK, EDITED; CONFERENCE Weiskrantz, L., ed. Thought without language. Clarendon Press/Oxford University Press; Oxford, England, 1988. Series title: A Fyssen Foundation symposium. Fyssen Symposium, 3rd, Apr, 1987.

MUS# 122. BOOK, EDITED; CONFERENCE Gabrielsson, Alf, ed. Action and perception in rhythm and music: Papers given at a symposium in the Third International Conference on Event Perception and Action. Royal Swedish Academy of Music; Stockholm, Sweden, 1987. International Conference on Event Perception and Action, 3rd.

MOD# NEUR# SP# 123. BOOK, EDITED Harnad, Stevan, ed. Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition. Cambridge University Press; New York, NY, US, 1987.

AUD# SP# MOD# 124. BOOK CHAPTER Pastore, Richard E. Categorical perception: Some psychophysical models. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 29-52.

MOD# 125. BOOK CHAPTER Macmillan, Neil A. Beyond the categorical/continuous distinction: A psychophysical approach to processing modes. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 53-85.

SP# 126. BOOK CHAPTER Repp, Bruno H.; Liberman, Alvin M. Phonetic category boundaries are flexible. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 89-112.

AUD# SP# MOD# 127. BOOK CHAPTER Rosen, Stuart; Howell, Peter. Auditory, articulatory, and learning explanations of categorical perception in speech. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 113-160.

SP# DEV# 128. BOOK CHAPTER Eimas, Peter D.; Miller, Joanne L.; Jusczyk, Peter W. On infant speech perception and the acquisition of language. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 161-195.

SP# 129. BOOK CHAPTER Remez, Robert E. Neural models of speech perception: A case history. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 199-225.

SP# 130. BOOK CHAPTER Diehl, Randy L.; Kluender, Keith R. On the categorization of speech sounds. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 226-253.

AUD# SP# MOD# 131. BOOK CHAPTER Massaro, Dominic W. Categorical partition: A fuzzy-logical model of categorization behavior. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 254-283.

COL# DEV# 132. BOOK CHAPTER Bornstein, Marc H. Perceptual categories in vision and audition. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 287-300.

ANIM# 133. BOOK CHAPTER Ehret, Gunter. Categorical perception of sound signals: Facts and hypotheses from animal studies. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 301-331.

ANIM# 134. BOOK CHAPTER Snowdon, Charles T. A naturalistic view of categorical perception. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 332-354.

ANIM# SP# 135. BOOK CHAPTER Kuhl, Patricia K. The special-mechanisms debate in speech research: Categorization tests on animals and infants. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 355-386.

VIS# NEUR# 136. BOOK CHAPTER Wilson, Martha. Brain mechanisms in categorical perception. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 387-417.

NEUR# SP# 137. BOOK CHAPTER Molfese, Dennis L. Electrophysiological indices of categorical perception for speech. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 421-443.

NEUR# 138. BOOK CHAPTER Regan, D. Evoked potentials and color-defined categories. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 444-452.

MOD# 139. BOOK CHAPTER Medin, Douglas L.; Barsalou, Lawrence W. Categorization processes and categorical perception. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 455-490.

DEV# 140. BOOK CHAPTER Keil, Frank C.; Kelly, Michael H. Developmental changes in category structure. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 491-510.

SPAT# DEV# 141. BOOK CHAPTER Bialystok, Ellen; Olson, David R. Spatial categories: The perception and conceptualization of spatial relations. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 511-531.

MOD# 142. BOOK CHAPTER Harnad, Stevan. Category induction and representation. IN: Categorical perception: The groundwork of cognition.; Stevan Harnad, Ed. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, US. 1987. p. 535-565.

143. BOOK CHAPTER Rubin, John M.; Richards, W. A. Spectral categorization of materials. IN: Image understanding 1985-86.; Whitman Richards, Shimon Ullman, Eds. Ablex Publishing Corp, Norwood, NJ, US. 1987. p. 20-44.

144. BOOK CHAPTER Massaro, Dominic W. Integrating multiple sources of information in listening and reading. IN: Language perception and production: Relationships between listening, speaking, reading and writing. Cognitive science series.; Alan Allport, Donald G. MacKay, Wolfgang Prinz, Eds. Academic Press, Inc, London, England. 1987. p. 111-129.

145. BOOK, EDITED Garfield, Jay L., ed. Modularity in knowledge representation and natural-language understanding. MIT Press; Cambridge, MA, US, 1987.

DEV# 146. BOOK, EDITED McKenzie, Beryl E., ed.; Day, Ross H., ed. Perceptual development in early infancy: Problems and issues. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc; Hillsdale, NJ, US, 1987. Series title: Child psychology.

SP# DEV# 147. BOOK CHAPTER Burnham, Denis K.; Earnshaw, Lynda J.; Quinn, Maria C. The development of the categorical identification of speech. IN: Perceptual development in early infancy: Problems and issues. Child psychology.; Beryl E. McKenzie, Ross H. Day, Eds. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc, Hillsdale, NJ, US. 1987. p. 237-275.

MOD# AUD# 148. BOOK CHAPTER Massaro, Dominic W. Information-processing theory and strong inference: A paradigm for psychological inquiry. IN: Perspectives on perception and action.; Herbert Heuer, Andries F. Sanders, Eds. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc, Hillsdale, NJ, US. 1987. p. 273-299.

MOD# 149. BOOK, EDITED Roskam, Edward E., ed.; Suck, Reinhard, ed. Progress in mathematical psychology, 1. Elsevier Science Publishing Co, Inc; Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1987.

SP# 150. BOOK CHAPTER Schouten, M. E. H. Speech perception and the role of long-term memory. IN: The psychophysics of speech perception. NATO ASI series D: Behavioural and Social Sciences, No. 39.; M. E. H. Schouten, Ed. Martinus Nijhoff Publishing, Dordrecht, Netherlands. 1987. p. 66-79.

151. BOOK Massaro, Dominic William. Speech perception by ear and eye: A paradigm for psychological inquiry. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc; Hillsdale, NJ, US, 1987.

SP# 152. BOOK CHAPTER Jusczyk, Peter. Speech perception. IN: Handbook of perception and human performance, Vol. 2: Cognitive processes and performance.; Kenneth R. Boff, Lloyd Kaufman, James P. Thomas, Eds. John Wiley & Sons, New York, NY, US. 1986. p. 1-57.

SP# DEV# 153. BOOK CHAPTER Eimas, Peter D. The perception of speech in early infancy. IN: Language, writing, and the computer. Readings from "Scientific American.". (William S.-Y. Wang, Comp.), W. H. Freeman & Co, Publishers, New York, NY, US. 1986. p. 17-23.

ANIM# 154. BOOK CHAPTER; CONFERENCE Rumbaugh, Duane M. Comparative psychology: Patterns in adaptation. IN: The G. Stanley Hall lecture series, Vol. 5.; Anne M. Rogers, C. James Scheirer, Eds. American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, US. (Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, G. Stanley Hall Lecture Series, 1984) 1985. p. 10-53.

NEUR# SP# DEV# 155. Molfese, Dennis L.; Laughlin, Nellie K.; Morse, Philip A.; Linnville, Steven E.; and others. Neuroelectrical correlates of categorical perception for place of articulation in normal and lead-treated rhesus monkeys. Journal of Clinical & Experimental Neuropsychology, 1986 Dec, v8 (n6):680-696.

156. CONFERENCE PAPER Styles, E. A.; Allport, D. Alan. Perceptual integration of identity, location and colour. Symposium on Visual Attention and Action (1985, Bielefeld, Federal Republic of Germany). Psychological Research, 1986 Dec, v48 (n4):189-200.

VIS# 157. Streitfeld, Barbara; Wilson, Martha. The ABCs of categorical perception. Cognitive Psychology, 1986 Oct, v18 (n4):432-451.

DEV# SP# 158. Quinn, Paul C.; Eimas, Peter D. On categorization in early infancy. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 1986 Oct, v32 (n4):331-363.

159. French-St. George, Marilyn. What does speech sound like to the hearing impaired? Volta Review, 1986 Sep, v88 (n5):109-122.

160. Cohen, Henri; Levy, Joseph J. Sex differences in categorization of tactile stimuli. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 1986 Aug, v63 (n1):83-86.

161. Bazoumana, Nda; Belle, Francoise. Evaluation des partenaires et des rapports sociaux dans le processus de differentiation categorielle. (Evaluation of partners and social relations in the process of categorical differentiation.). Psychologie Francaise, 1986 Jul, v31 (n2):141-147. Language: French.

162. Zold, Balint; Toth, Tibor; Tolna, Judit. Colour preference: A new approach. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 1986 Jun, v62 (n3):739-752.

ANIM# 163. Zentall, Thomas R.; Jackson-Smith, Pamela; Jagielo, Joyce A.; Nallan, Gary B. Categorical shape and color coding by pigeons. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 1986 Apr, v12 (n2):153-159.

164. Cooper, Andre M.; Whalen, D. H.; Fowler, Carol A. P-centers are unaffected by phonetic categorization. Perception & Psychophysics, 1986 Mar, v39 (n3):187-196.

165. Heller, Morton A. Central and peripheral influences on tactual reading. Perception & Psychophysics, 1986 Mar, v39 (n3):197-204.

SOC# 166. Fiedler, Klaus. Person memory and person judgments based on categorically organized information. Acta Psychologica, 1986 Feb, v61 (n2):117-135.

SP# 167. Massaro, Dominic W.; Thompson, Laura A.; Barron, Brigid; Laren, Elizabeth. Developmental changes in visual and auditory contributions to speech perception. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 1986 Feb, v41 (n1):93-113.

168. Feldman, Jack M.; Camburn, Artegal; Gatti, G. Michelle. Shared distinctiveness as a source of illusory correlation in performance appraisal. Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes, 1986 Feb, v37 (n1):34-59.

169. Muncer, Steven J.; Gorman, Bernard; Campbell, Anne. Sorting out aggression: Dimensional and categorical perceptions of aggressive episodes. Aggressive Behavior, 1986, v12 (n5):327-336.

SP# 170. Samuel, Arthur G.; Tartter, Vivien C. Acoustic-phonetic issues in speech perception. Annual Review of Anthropology, 1986, v15:247-273.

SP# 171. Collins, M. Jane; Hurtig, Richard R. Categorical perception of speech sounds via the tactile mode. Journal of Speech & Hearing Research, 1985 Dec, v28 (n4):594-598.

172. Raz, Israel; Noffsinger, Douglas. Identification of synthetic, voiced stop-consonants by hearing-impaired listeners. Audiology, 1985 Nov-Dec, v24 (n6):437-448.

SPAT# DEV# 173. Quinn, Paul C.; Siqueland, Einar R.; Bomba, Paul C. Delayed recognition memory for orientation by human infants. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 1985 Oct, v40 (n2):293-303.

MOD# 174. Rozsypal, A. J.; Stevenson, D. C.; Hogan, J. T. Dispersion in models of categorical perception. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 1985 Sep, v29 (n3):271-288.

ANIM# 175. Zerbolio, D. J. Categorical color coding in goldfish. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1985 Aug, v13 (n3):269-273.

SP# 176. Repp, Bruno H.; Williams, David R. Categorical trends in vowel imitation: Preliminary observations from a replication experiment. Speech Communication, 1985 Aug, v4 (n1-3):105-120.

NEUR# 177. Wayland, Susan; Taplin, John E. Feature-processing deficits following brain injury: II. Classification learning, categorical decision making, and feature production. Brain & Cognition, 1985 Jul, v4 (n3):356-376.

178. Ketefian, Shake. Professional and bureaucratic role conceptions and moral behavior among nurses. Nursing Research, 1985 Jul-Aug, v34 (n4):248-253.

179. Boyer, Robert W.; Charleston, Dodds E. Auditory memory-search. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 1985 Jun, v60 (n3):927-939.

SP# DEV# 180. Eimas, Peter D. The equivalence of cues in the perception of speech by infants. Infant Behavior & Development, 1985 Apr-Jun, v8 (n2):125-138.

MOD# 181. Lindsay, D.; Ainsworth, W. A. Two models of nuclear intonation. Journal of Phonetics, 1985 Apr, v13 (n2):163-173.

COL# DEV# 182. Bornstein, Marc H.; Korda, Nancy O. Identification and adaptation of hue: Parallels in the operation of mechanisms that underlie categorical perception in vision and in audition. Psychological Research, 1985 Apr, v47 (n1):1-17.

183. Subbotskii, E. V. Preschool children's perception of unusual phenomena. Soviet Psychology, 1985 Spring, v23 (n3):91-114.

184. CONFERENCE PAPER Fabre, Jean-Marc. Pour une problematique des repertoires de reponse dans l'etude des jugements absolus. (On the problems presented by the repertoires of responses in the study of absolute judgments.) National... Bulletin de Psychologie, 1985-86 Mar-May, v39 (n375):337-339. Language: French.

185. Stevenson, Dale C.; Hogan, John T.; Rozsypal, Anton J. Generation of speech continua through monaural fusion. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 1985 Feb, v17 (n1):102-106.

SP# 186. Hoffman, Paul R.; Daniloff, Raymond G.; Bengoa, Deborah; Schuckers, Gordon H. Misarticulating and normally articulating children's identification and discrimination of synthetic (r) and (w). Journal of Speech & Hearing Disorders, 1985 Feb, v50 (n1):46-53.

SOC# 187. Clark, N. K.; Rutter, D. R. Social categorization, visual cues, and social judgements. European Journal of Social Psychology, 1985 Jan-Mar, v15 (n1):105-119.

COL# 188. Wandell, Brian A. Color measurement and discrimination. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 1985 Jan, v2 (n1):62-71.

189. Hoppe, Frank. Zur Faktorenstruktur von Schmerzerleben und Schmerzverhalten bei chronischen Schmerzpatienten. (Factor structure of pain experience and pain responsivity in chronic pain patients.). Diagnostica, 1985, v31 (n1):70-78. Language: German.

NEUR# 190. Molfese, Dennis L.; Linnville, Steven E.; Wetzel, W. Frederick; Leicht, David. Electrophysiological correlates of handedness and speech perception contrasts. Neuropsychologia, 1985, v23 (n1):77-86.

191. McKenna, Frank P. Modifying the gestalt factor of proximity: Theories compared. Perception, 1985, v14 (n3):359-366.

MOD# 192. Cordier, Francoise. Formal and locative categories: Are there typical instances? Psychologica Belgica, 1985, v25 (n2):115-125.

193. CONFERENCE PAPER Bhargava, Gura. Professional identification: A study of female students at a medical college in India. 10th World Congress of Sociology (1982, Mexico City, Mexico). Social Science & Medicine, 1985, v20 (n11):1169-1175.

COL# 194. Zimmer, Alf C. There is more than one level in color naming: A reply to Zollinger (1984). Psychological Research, 1984 Dec, v46 (n4):411-416.

MOD# 195. Kornbrot, Diana E. Mechanisms for categorization: Decision criteria and the form of the psychophysical function. British Journal of Mathematical & Statistical Psychology, 1984 Nov, v37 (n2):184-198.

196. Bowen, Richard W. Temporal brightness enhancement: Studies of individual differences. Perception & Psychophysics, 1984 Nov, v36 (n5):401-408. 197. McCabe, Viki. A comparison of three ways of knowing: Categorical, structural, and affirmative. Journal of Mind & Behavior, 1984 Fall, v5 (n4):433-447.

198. Schroeder, Herbert W. Environmental perception rating scales: A case for simple methods of analysis. Environment & Behavior, 1984 Sep, v16 (n5):573-598. 199. Zentall, Thomas R.; Edwards, Charles A. Categorical color coding by pigeons. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1984 Aug, v12 (n3):249-255.

SP# 200. Strange, Winifred; Dittmann, Sibylla. Effects of discrimination training on the perception of /r-l/ by Japanese adults learning English. Perception & Psychophysics, 1984 Aug, v36 (n2):131-145.

COL# DEV# 201. Bornstein, M. H.; Korda, N. O. Discrimination and matching within and between hues measured by reaction times: Some implications for categorical perception and levels of information processing. Psychological Research, 1984 Aug, v46 (n3):207-222.

SPAT# DEV# 202. Bomba, Paul C. The development of orientation categories between 2 and 4 months of age. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 1984 Jun, v37 (n3):609-636.

AUD# 203. Pastore, Richard E.; and others. Categorical perception, category boundary effects, and continuous perception: A reply to Hary and Massaro. Perception & Psychophysics, 1984 Jun, v35 (n6):583-585.

AUD# 204. Massaro, Dominic W.; Hary, Joseph M. Categorical results, categorical perception, and hindsight. Perception & Psychophysics, 1984 Jun, v35 (n6):586-588.

205. Gottfried, Terry L. Effects of consonant context on the perception of French vowels. Journal of Phonetics, 1984 Apr, v12 (n2):91-114.

MOD# 206. Treisman, Michel; Faulkner, Andrew. The setting and maintenance of criteria representing levels of confidence. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 1984 Feb, v10 (n1):119-139.

207. Summerfield, Quentin; McGrath, Matthew. Detection and resolution of audio-visual incompatibility in the perception of vowels. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Experimental Psychology, 1984 Feb, v36 (n1-A):51-74.

208. Oostdam, E. M.; Duivenvoorden, Hugo J. Description of pain and the degree to which the complaints fit the organic diagnosis of low back pain. Pain, 1984 Jan, v18 (n1):71-82.

209. CONFERENCE PAPER Perier, Olivier; and others. Consequences of auditory deprivation in animals and humans. Proceedings of the Second International Symposium: Cochlear implants (1983, Paris, France). Acta Oto-Laryngologica, 1984 Suppl, v411:60-70.

210. Ostrom, Thomas M.; Pryor, John B. Person organization in small groups. Representative Research in Social Psychology, 1984, v14 (n2):52-64.

SP# 211. Jusczyk, Peter W.; and others. Infants' discrimination of the duration of a rapid spectrum change in nonspeech signals. Science, 1983 Oct, v222 (n4620):175-177.

AUD# SP# 212. Mann, Virginia A.; Liberman, Alvin M. Some differences between phonetic and auditory modes of perception. Cognition, 1983 Sep, v14 (n2):211-235.

SOC# 213. Lingle, John H. Tracing memory-structure activation during person judgments. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 1983 Sep, v19 (n5):480-496.

AUD# 214. Rosen, Stuart; Howell, Peter. Sinusoidal plucks and bows are not categorically perceived, either. Perception & Psychophysics, 1983 Sep, v34 (n3):233-236.

NEUR# 215. DISSERTATION Streitfeld, Barbara D. Categorical perception and the role of the right hemisphere in discrimination of visual and tactual-kinesthetic stimuli. Dissertation Abstracts International, 1983 Jun, v43 (n12-B):4182-4183.

MUS# 216. Pastore, Richard E.; Schmuckler, Mark A.; Rosenblum, Lawrence; Szczesiul, Rosemary. Duplex perception with musical stimuli. Perception & Psychophysics, 1983 May, v33 (n5):469-474.

AUD# 217. Massaro, Dominic W.; Cohen, Michael M. Categorical or continuous speech perception: A new test. Speech Communication, 1983 May, v2 (n1):15-35.

218. Sutherland, John H.; Algozzine, Bob; Ysseldyke, James E.; Freeman, Sheryl. Changing peer perceptions: Effects of labels and assigned attributes. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 1983 Apr, v16 (n4):217-220.

219. Klatzky, Roberta L.; Martin, Gale L. Categorical and idiosyncratic imagery as preparation for object perception. Journal of Mental Imagery, 1983 Spring, v7 (n1):1-17.

220. Kondratyeva, Anna S.; Shmelev, Alexandr G. / Semantic structure of interpersonality estimation and self-estimation in subjects with normal blood pressure and with hypertension. Psikologicheskii Zhurnal, 1983 Mar-Apr, v4 (n2):87-93. Language: Russian.

ANIM# 221. Masataka, Nobuo. Categorical responses to natural and synthesized alarm calls in Goeldi's monkeys ( Callimico goeldii ). Primates, 1983 Jan, v24 (n1):40-51.

ANIM# 222. Masataka, Nobuo. Psycholinguistic analyses of alarm calls of Japanese monkeys ( Macaca fuscata fuscata ). American Journal of Primatology, 1983, v5 (n2):111-125.

223. Jingu, Hideo. / Filled-duration illusion as a function of visual stimulus tempo. Japanese Journal of Psychology, 1982 Dec, v53 (n5):296-299. Language: Japanese.

224. DISSERTATION DeBauche, Bette A. Categorical perception of hue in humans and rhesus monkeys. Dissertation Abstracts International, 1982 Nov, v43 (n5-B):1641.

MOD# 225. Hary, Joseph M.; Massaro, Dominic W. Categorical results do not imply categorical perception. Perception & Psychophysics, 1982 Nov, v32 (n5):409-418.

SOC# 226. Arcuri, Luciano. Three patterns of social categorization in attribution memory. European Journal of Social Psychology, 1982 Jul-Sep, v12 (n3):271-282.

SP# 227. Ferrero, F. E.; Pelamatti, G. M.; Vagges, K. Continuous and categorical perception of a fricative-affricate continuum. Journal of Phonetics, 1982 Jul, v10 (n3):231-244.

MUS# 228. Carlsen, James C. Musical expectancy: Some perspectives. Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, 1982 Summer (n71):4-14.

AUD# 229. Cutting, James E. Plucks and bows are categorically perceived, sometimes. Perception & Psychophysics, 1982 May, v31 (n5):462-476.

SP# 230. Pisoni, David B.; Aslin Richard N.; Perey, Alan J.; Hennessy, Beth L. Some effects of laboratory training on identification and discrimination of voicing contrasts in stop consonants. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 1982 Apr, v8 (n2):297-314.

231. Munro, John K.; Wales, Roger J. Changes in the child's comprehension of simultaneity and sequence. Journal of Verbal Learning & Verbal Behavior, 1982 Apr, v21 (n2):175-185.

SPAT# DEV# 232. Scher, Anat; Olson, David R. Children's categorical representation of oblique orientation. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 1982 Apr, v54 (n2):543-547.

233. DISSERTATION Weinstein, Pearl A. Hemispheric specialization for haptic perception: The role of task demand. Dissertation Abstracts International, 1982 Mar, v42 (n9-B):3862.

SP# 234. Healy, Alice F.; Repp, Bruno H. Context independence and phonetic mediation in categorical perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 1982 Feb, v8 (n1):68-80.

SP# 235. Sharf, Donald J.; Ohde, Ralph N. Recovery from categorical boundary shifts for the vowel duration cue to consonant voicing. Journal of Phonetics, 1982 Jan, v10 (n1):105-111.

236. Baird, John C.; Williams, R. A fixed resource method for representing the perception of ideal football players. International Journal of Sport Psychology, 1982, v13 (n1):21-30.

AUD# 237. Ginzel, Annelie; Pedersen, C. Brahe; Spliid, P. E.; Andersen, E. The role of temporal factors in auditory perception of consonants and vowels: A study of different age groups. Scandinavian Audiology, 1982, v11 (n2):93-100.

238. Ginzel, Annelie; Pedersen, C. Brahe; Spliid, P. E.; Andersen, E. The effect of age and hearing loss on the identification of synthetic /b, d, g/-stimuli. Scandinavian Audiology, 1982, v11 (n2):103-112.

239. Pryor, John B.; and others. Structural selectivity in the retrieval of social information. Social Cognition, 1982, v1 (n4):336-357.

240. Seldon, H. L. Structure of human auditory cortex: II. Axon distributions and morphological correlates of speech perception. Brain Research, 1981 Dec, v229 (n2):295-310.

241. Petzold, P. Distance effects on sequential dependencies in categorical judgments. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 1981 Dec, v7 (n6):1371-1385.

242. MacKain, Kristine S.; Best, Catherine T.; Strange, Winifred. Categorical perception of English /r/ and /l/ by Japanese bilinguals. Applied Psycholinguistics, 1981 Nov, v2 (n4):369-390.

243. Shelley, Sonya I. Adolescent attitudes as related to perception of parents and sex education. Journal of Sex Research, 1981 Nov, v17 (n4):350-367.

244. Oleron, Pierre; Corroyer, Denis. Perception et categorisation dans une epreuve de reconnaissance chez des enfants sourds et entendants. (Perception and categorization in a recognition task in deaf and hearing children.). Journal de Psychologie Normale et Pathologique, 1981 Oct-Dec, v78 (n4):445-458. Language: French.

AUD# 245. Rosen, Stuart M.; Howell, Peter. Plucks and bows are not categorically perceived. Perception & Psychophysics, 1981 Aug, v30 (n2):156-168.

AUD# 246. May, Janet G. Acoustic factors that may contribute to categorical perception. Language & Speech, 1981 Jul-Sep, v24 (n3):273-284.

VIS# 247. Herring, Richard D.; Bechtoldt, Harold P. Categorical perception of stereoscopic stimuli. Perception & Psychophysics, 1981 Feb, v29 (n2):129-137.

SP# 248. Diehl, Randy L. Feature detectors for speech: A critical reappraisal. Psychological Bulletin, 1981 Jan, v89 (n1):1-18.

249. Tlokinski, Waldemar; Frydrychowicz, Stefan. Aspects of the grammaticalization of child's speech. International Journal of Psycholinguistics, 1981, v8 (n3, (23)):123-135.

NEUR# 250. Wilson, Martha; DeBauche, Bette A. Inferotemporal cortex and categorical perception of visual stimuli by monkeys. Neuropsychologia, 1981, v19 (n1):29-41.

SOC# 251. Locksley, Anne; Ortiz, Vilma; Hepburn, Christine. Social categorization and discriminatory behavior: Extinguishing the minimal intergroup discrimination effect. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 1980 Nov, v39 (n5):773-783.

252. Lehiste, Ilse; Shockey, Linda. Labeling, discrimination and repetition of stimuli with level and changing fundamental frequency. Journal of Phonetics, 1980 Oct, v8 (n4):469-474.

SP# 253. Eimas, Peter D.; Miller, Joanne L. Contextual effects in infant speech perception. Science, 1980 Sep, v209 (n4461):1140-1141.

254. Shmelev, A. G. The mobility of the coordinates of a subjective semantic space as a manifestation of categorical set. Soviet Psychology, 1980 Summer, v18 (n4):81-99.

MOD# 255. Kornbrot, Diana E. Attention bands: Some implications for categorical judgement. British Journal of Mathematical & Statistical Psychology, 1980 May, v33 (n1):1-16.

256. Brandt, Jason; Rosen, Jeffrey J. Auditory phonemic perception in dyslexia: Categorical identification and discrimination of stop consonants. Brain & Language, 1980 Mar, v9 (n2):324-337.

SP# 257. Schouten, M. E. The case against a speech mode of perception. Acta Psychologica, 1980 Jan, v44 (n1):71-98.

258. Bokszanski, Zbigniew. Koncepcja "innego" w dezyderatach klientow biura matrymonialnego. / Concepts of self-other in the desiderata of clients of matrimonial agencies. Studia Socjologiczne, 1980, v1 (n76):169-184. Language: Polish.

259. REPORT Garling, Tommy. A comparison of multidimensional scaling with the semantic differential technique as methods for structural analysis of environmental perception and cognition. Umea Psychological Reports, 1980 (n155):18.

SP# DEV# 260. Trehub, Sandra E. Reflections on the development of speech perception. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 1979 Dec, v33 (n4):368-381.

SP# AUD# 261. Shigeno, Sumi; Fujisaki, Hiroya. Effect of a preceding anchor upon the categorical judgment of speech and non-speech stimuli. Japanese Psychological Research, 1979 Dec, v21 (n4):165-173.

MUS# 262. Zatorre, Robert J.; Halpern, Andrea R. Identification, discrimination, and selective adaptation of simultaneous musical intervals. Perception & Psychophysics, 1979 Nov, v26 (n5):384-395.

263. Thibodeau, Linda M.; Sussman, Harvey M. Performance on a test of categorical perception of speech in normal and communication disordered children. Journal of Phonetics, 1979 Oct, v7 (n4):375-391.

264. Deschamps, Jean-Claude. Differenciation categorielle et differenciation de soi par rapport a autrui. (Categorical differentiation and differentiation of self through communication with others.). Recherches de Psychologie Sociale, 1979 Jul, v1 (n1):29-38. Language: French.

265. DISSERTATION Ersoff, Jeffrey A. Three types of perceptual priming with children and adults. Dissertation Abstracts International, 1979 May, v39 (n11-B):5610.

266. DISSERTATION Miller, Cynthia L. Voice recognition and categorization in infants. Dissertation Abstracts International, 1979 Mar, v39 (n9-B):4622.

SP# DEV# 267. Eilers, Rebecca E.; Wilson, Wesley R.; Moore, John M. Speech discrimination in the language-innocent and the language-wise: A study in the perception of voice onset time. Journal of Child Language, 1979 Feb, v6 (n1):1-18.

268. Jonassen, David H. Video-mediated, objective self-awareness, self-perception, and locus of control. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 1979 Feb, v48 (n1):255-265.

269. DISSERTATION Blechner, Mark J. Musical skill and the categorical perception of harmonic mode. Dissertation Abstracts International, 1978 Oct, v39 (n4-B):1931-1932.

270. DISSERTATION Chow, Norman Y. Special education teaching competencies: An investigation of the differences of perceived importance of teaching competencies among teachers of categorical areas of special education. Dissertation Abstracts International, 1978 Aug, v39 (n2-A):808.

SOC# 271. Taylor, Shelley E.; Fiske, Susan T.; Etcoff, Nancy L.; Ruderman, Audrey J. Categorical and contextual bases of person memory and stereotyping. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 1978 Jul, v36 (n7):778-793.

272. Ferrara, Roberta A.; Puff, C. Richard; Gioia, Gerard A.; Richards, J. Melinda. Effects of incidental and intentional learning instructions on the free recall of naturalistic sounds. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 1978 Jun, v11 (n6):353-355.

273. Swoboda, Philip J.; Kass, Jonathan; Morse, Philip A.; Leavitt, Lewis A. Memory factors in vowel discrimination of normal and at-risk infants. Child Development, 1978 Jun, v49 (n2):332-339.

274. DISSERTATION Felknor, Jerry E. Interpersonal understanding as an aspect of interpersonal interaction. Dissertation Abstracts International, 1978 Jun, v38 (n12-B):6236.

275. Syrdal-Lasky, Ann. Effects of intensity on the categorical perception of stop consonants and isolated second formant transitions. Perception & Psychophysics, 1978 May, v23 (n5):420-432.

276. Larkey, Leah S.; Wald, Jerry; Strange, Winifred. Perception of synthetic nasal consonants in initial and final syllable position. Perception & Psychophysics, 1978 Apr, v23 (n4):299-312.

ANIM# 277. Snowdon, Charles T.; Pola, Yvonne V. Interspecific and intraspecific responses to synthesized pygmy marmoset vocalizations. Animal Behaviour, 1978 Feb, v26 (n1):192-206.

NEUR# 278. Molfese, Dennis L. Neuroelectrical correlates of categorical speech perception in adults. Brain & Language, 1978 Jan, v5 (n1):25-35.

279. DISSERTATION Friedman, Alinda R. Framing pictures: The role of default knowledge in direct perception and categorical memory. Dissertation Abstracts International, 1978 Jan, v38 (n7-B):3433-3434.

280. Humphreys, Glyn W. The use of category information in perception. Perception, 1978, v7 (n5):589-604.

281. Doise, Willem. Images, representations, ideologies and psychosociological experimentation. Social Science Information, 1978, v17 (n1):41-69. Language: French.

MOD# 282. Pastore, R. E.; and others. Common-factor model of categorical perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 1977 Nov, v3 (n4):686-696.

283. O'Phelan, Mary L. Statistical evaluation of attributes in Adlerian life style forms. Journal of Individual Psychology, 1977 Nov, v33 (n2):203-212.

284. DISSERTATION Mickley, Joseph. A comparative study of categorical and non-categorical special education classes. Dissertation Abstracts International, 1977 Oct, v38 (n4-A):2047-2048.

285. Uselding, Douglas K. A temporal order effect in voice onset time discrimination. Language & Speech, 1977 Oct-Dec, v20 (n4):366-376.

DEV# COL# 286. Jones-Molfese, Victoria J. Responses of neonates to colored stimuli. Child Development, 1977 Sep, v48 (n3):1092-1095.

MOD# 287. Anderson, James A.; Silverstein, Jack W.; Ritz, Stephen A.; Jones, Randall S. Distinctive features, categorical perception, and probability learning: Some applications of a neural model. Psychological Review, 1977 Sep, v84 (n5):413-451.

MOD# 288. Macmillan, Neil A.; Kaplan, Howard L.; Creelman, C. Douglas. The psychophysics of categorical perception. Psychological Review, 1977 Sep, v84 (n5):452-471.

MUS# NEUR# 289. Gates, Anne; Bradshaw, John L. The role of the cerebral hemispheres in music. Brain & Language, 1977 Jul, v4 (n3):403-431.

SC# 290. Hironaka, Masayoshi. Categorization effect in person perception. Japanese Psychological Research, 1977 Jul, v19 (n2):68-77.

MUS# 291. Siegel, Jane A.; Siegel, William. Categorical perception of tonal intervals: Musicians can't tell sharp from flat. Perception & Psychophysics, 1977 May, v21 (n5):399-407.

292. Murrell, Graham A. Combination of evidence in a probabilistic visual search and detection task. Organizational Behavior & Human Performance, 1977 Feb, v18 (n1):3-18.

DEV# 293. Jusczyk, Peter W.; and others. Categorical perception of nonspeech sounds by 2-month-old infants. Perception & Psychophysics, 1977 Jan, v21 (n1):50-54.

294. Cermak, Gregory W. Performance in a delayed comparison discrimination task as a function of stimulus interpretation. Perception & Psychophysics, 1977 Jan, v21 (n1):69-76.

COL# DEV# 295. Bornstein, Marc H.; Kessen, William; Weiskopf, Sally. The categories of hue in infancy. Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry & Child Development, 1977:44-50.

296. Widick, Carole. The Perry Scheme: A foundation for developmental practice. Counseling Psychologist, 1977, v6 (n4):35-38.

297. Garling, Tommy. The structural analysis of environmental perception and cognition: A multidimensional scaling approach. Environment & Behavior, 1976 Sep, v8 (n3):385-415.

298. Miller, Cynthia L.; Morse, Philip A. The heart of categorical speech discrimination in young infants. Journal of Speech & Hearing Research, 1976 Sep, v19 (n3):578-589.

SOC# 299. Forgas, Joseph P. The perception of social episodes: Categorical and dimensional representations in two different social milieus. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 1976 Aug, v34 (n2):199-209.

MUS# 300. Cutting, James E.; Rosner, Burton S.; Foard, Christopher F. Perceptual categories for musiclike sounds: Implications for theories of speech perception. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1976 Aug, v28 (n3):361-378.

301. Swoboda, Philip J.; Morese, Philip A.; Leavitt, Lewis A. Continuous vowel discrimination in normal and at risk infants. Child Development, 1976 Jun, v47 (n2):459-465.

302. Tripathi, L. B.; Misra, Girishwar. Some cognitive processes as functions of prolonged deprivation. Indian Journal of Psychology, 1976 Jun, v51 (n2):129-143.

VIS# 303. Hock, Howard S.; Gordon, Gregory P.; Corcoran, Susan K. Alternative processes in the identification of familiar pictures. Memory & Cognition, 1976 May, v4 (n3):265-271.

COL# DEV~ 304. Bornstein, Marc H.; Kessen, William; Weiskopf, Sally. The categories of hue in infancy. Science, 1976 Jan, v191 (n4223):201-202.

ANIM# 305. BOOK CHAPTER Marler, Peter. Social organization, communication and graded signals: The chimpanzee and the gorilla. IN: Growing points in ethology. Cambridge, England: Cambridge U Press, 1976. viii, $38.50(cloth), $11.95(paper), 239-280; P. P. Bateson & R. A. Hinde (Eds).

306. Schmerler, John. The visual perception of accelerated motion. Perception, 1976, v5 (n2):167-185.

SPAT# 307. Poulsen, Arne. Perceptual projects: A theory of veridicality and distortion in perception. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1976, v17 (n1):1-9.

308. Miyawaki, Kuniko; and others. An effect of linguistic experience: The discrimination of (r) and (l) by native speakers of Japanese and English. Perception & Psychophysics, 1975 Nov, v18 (n5):331-340.

309. Eimas, Peter D. Auditory and phonetic coding of the cues for speech: Discrimination of the (r-l) distinction by young infants. Perception & Psychophysics, 1975 Nov, v18 (n5):341-347.

310. Sahlins, Marshall. (Colours and culture.). Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia, 1975 Oct-Dec, v16 (n4):591-610. Language: Italian.

311. Frederiksen, John R. Two models for psychophysical judgment: Scale invariance with changes in stimulus range. Perception & Psychophysics, 1975 Feb, v17 (n2):147-157.

312. Pisoni, David B. Auditory short-term memory and vowel perception. Memory & Cognition, 1975 Jan, v3 (n1):7-18.

ANIM# 313. Morse, Philip A.; Snowdon, Charles T. An investigation of categorical speech discrimination by rhesus monkeys. Perception & Psychophysics, 1975 Jan, v17 (n1):9-16.

DEV# 314. Eimas, Peter D. Auditory and linguistic processing of cues for place of articulation by infants. Perception & Psychophysics, 1974 Dec, v16 (n3):513-521.

MUS# 315. Cutting, James E.; Rosner, Burton S. Categories and boundaries in speech and music. Perception & Psychophysics, 1974 Dec, v16 (n3):564-570.

MOD# SP# 316. Baumrin, Judith M. Perception of the duration of a silent interval in nonspeech stimuli: A test of the motor theory of speech perception. Journal of Speech & Hearing Research, 1974 Jun, v17 (n2):294-309.

317. Ellison, Craig W.; Firestone, Ira J. Development of interpersonal trust as a function of self-esteem, target status, and target style. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 1974 May, v29 (n5):655-663.

318. Pisoni, David B.; Tash, Jeffrey. Reaction times to comparisons within and across phonetic categories. Perception & Psychophysics, 1974 Apr, v15 (n2):285-290.

319. Haggard, Mark. Perceptual processing of coarticulation: A case study of /l/. Journal of Phonetics, 1974 Mar, v2 (n2):117-123.

MOD# 320. Pisoni, David B.; Lazarus, Joan H. Categorical and noncategorical modes of speech perception along the voicing continuum. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1974 Feb, v55 (n2):328-333.

321. Marty, Martin E. The mass media and the human condition: World, play, and ego. Communication, 1974, v1 (n2):223-231.

322. Rijsman, J. B. Factors in social comparison of performance influencing actual performance. European Journal of Social Psychology, 1974, v4 (n3):279-311.

NEUR# 323. Locke, Simeon; Kellar, Lucia. Categorical perception in a non-linguistic mode. Cortex, 1973 Dec, v9 (n4):355-369.

324. Kozaki, Aiko. Perception of lightness and brightness of achromatic surface color and impression of illumination. Japanese Psychological Research, 1973 Dec, v15 (n4):194-203.

MOD# 325. Kopp, James; Livermore, James. Differential discriminability of response bias? A signal detection analysis for categorical perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1973 Nov, v101 (n1):179-182.

326. Wolf, Catherine G. The perception of stop consonants by children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 1973 Oct, v16 (n2):318-331.

327. Hupet, Michel M. Absolute judgment method in categorical response-production tasks. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 1973 Oct, v37 (n2):535-538.

328. Crowder, Robert G. Representation of speech sounds in precategorical acoustic storage. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1973 Apr, v98 (n1):14-24.

329. Yamadori, Atsushi; Albert, Martin L. Word category aphasia. Cortex, 1973 Mar, v9 (n1):112-125.

330. DISSERTATION Cermak, Gregory W. Some studies of categorical perception. Dissertation Abstracts International, 1973 Feb, v33 (n8-B):3974-3975.

331. DISSERTATION Pisoni, David B. On the nature of categorical perception of speech sounds. Dissertation Abstracts International, 1972 May, v32 (n11-B):6693-6694.

ANIM# 332. Wilson, Martha. Assimilation and contrast effects in visual discrimination by rhesus monkeys. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1972 May, v93 (n2):279-282.

333. Raphael, Lawrence J. Preceding vowel duration as a cue to the perception of the voicing characteristic of word-final consonants in American English. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1972 Apr, v51 (n4, Pt. 2):1296-1303.

334. Vinegrad, M. D. A direct magnitude scaling method to investigate categorical versus continuous modes of speech perception. Language & Speech, 1972 Apr, v15 (n2):114-121.

335. Barclay, J. Richard. Noncategorical perception of a voiced stop: A replication. Perception & Psychophysics, 1972 Apr, v11 (n4):269-273.

336. Sockloff, Alan L.; Kempler, Bernhard. Visual-manual commonality in size judgments. Perception & Psychophysics, 1972 Apr, v11 (n4):284-286.

337. DISSERTATION Spaans, Alida. A developmental study of the ability to perceive and utilize categorical structure. Dissertation Abstracts International, 1972 Mar, v32 (n9-B):5500-5501.

338. Somers, Herman H. Individual strategies and bias-free measurement. Psychologica Belgica, 1972, v12 (n1):77-85.

339. Wortman, Paul M.; Greenberg, Leonard D. Coding, recoding, and decoding of hierarchical information in long-term memory. Journal of Verbal Learning & Verbal Behavior, 1971 Jun, v10 (n3):234-243.

340. Eimas, Peter D.; Siqueland, Einar R.; Jusczyk, Peter; Vigorito, James. Speech perception in infants. Science, 1971 Jan, v171 (n3968):303-306.

341. Irwin, Marc H.; McLaughlin, Donald H. Ability and preference in category sorting by Mano schoolchildren and adults. Journal of Social Psychology, 1970 Oct, v82 (n1):15-24.

342. Barclay, J. Richard. Noncategorical perception of a voiced stop consonant. Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 1970, v5 (nPt. 1):9-10.

MOD# 343. Studdert-Kennedy, Michael; Liberman, Alvin M.; Harris, Katherine S.; Cooper, Franklin S. Motor theory of speech perception: A reply to Lane's critical review. Psychological Review, 1970, v77 (n3):234-249.

344. Frantz, Thomas T.; Snider, Bill. Dimensions of student behavior. Journal of Educational Research, 1969 Dec, v63 (n4):181-184.

345. Baumrin, Judith A. Absolute judgments of the duration of a silent interval. Proceedings of the 77th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 1969, v4 (nPt. 1):13-14.

346. Kopp, James. A new test for categorical perception. Psychological Record, 1969, v19 (n4):573-578.

347. Namba, Seiichiro; Yoshikawa, Toshie; Kuwano, Sonoko. Effects of range and physical intensity of stimuli on category judgment function. Japanese Psychological Research, 1968, v10 (n2):95-103.

348. Bevan, William; Avant, Lloyd L. Response Latency, Response Uncertainty, Information Transmitted and the Number of Available Judgmental Categories. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1968, v76 (n3, Pt. 1):394-397.

349. Tanaka, Yoshihisa; Nakatani, Kazuo. On Categorical Scales of Weight. Perceptual + Motor Skills, 1967, v24 (n1):143-150.

350. Tapp, Jack T.; Plemons, Judy; Spiegler, Michael D. Odor Preferences in Men and Rats. Psychonomic Bulletin, 1967, v1 (n2):8-9.

351. Von Fieandt, K.; Ahonen, L.; Jarvinen, J. Color Constancy and the Method of Categorical Judgment: Some Remarks on J. Pietarinen's Criticism. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1967, v8 (n2):123-126.

352. Tanaka, Yoshihisa. On Categorical Scale of Size. Japanese Psychological Research, 1966, v8 (n4):192-195.

353. Pietarinen, Juhani. The Law of Categorical Judgment and the Measurement of Color Constancy. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 1966, v7 (n3):197-200.


MOD# Homa, Donald; Rhoads, Deborah; Chambliss, Daniel. Evolution of conceptual structure. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning & Memory, 1979 Jan, v5 (n1):11-23.

SOC# Krueger, Joachim; Clement, Russell W. Memory-based judgments about multiple categories: A revision and extension of Tajfel's accentuation theory. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 1994 Jul, v67 (n1):35-47.

ANIM# Herrnstein, Richard J. Levels of stimulus control: A functional approach. Special Issue: Animal cognition. Cognition, 1990 Nov, v37 (n1-2):133-166.

ANIM# Herrnstein, R. J.; Vaughan, W.; Mumford, D. B.; Kosslyn, S. M. Teaching pigeons an abstract relational rule: Insideness. Perception & Psychophysics, 1989 Jul, v46 (n1):56-64.

ANIM# Commons, Michael L., ed.; Herrnstein, Richard J., ed.; Kosslyn, Stephen M., ed.; Mumford, David B., ed. Behavioral approaches to pattern recognition and concept formation. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc; Hillsdale, NJ, US, 1990. Series title: Quantitative analyses of behavior, Vol. 8.

ANIM# Herrnstein, R. J. Stimuli and the texture of experience. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 1982 Spring, v6 (n1):105-117. Pub type: Literature Review; Review.

ANIM# Herrnstein, R. J. Acquisition, generalization, and discrimination reversal of a natural concept. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 1979 Apr, v5 (n2):116-129.

SOC# Pullum, G. K. (1989) The great eskimo vocabulary hoax. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 7: 275-281.

SOC# Pullum, Geoffrey K. (1991) The great Eskimo vocabulary hoax, and other irreverent essays on the study of language. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

SOC# Tajfel, Henri. The structure of our views about society. IN: Introducing social psychology: An analysis of individual reaction and response.; Henri Tajfel, Colin Fraser, Eds. Penguin Books, Inc, Middlesex, England. 1978. p. 302-321.

SOC# Wilkes, A. L.; Tajfel, Henri. Types of Classification and Importance of Relative Contrast. Bulletin du C.E.R.P., 1966, v15 (n1):71-81. Language: Undetermined.

COL# Berlin, B. & Kay, P. (1969) Basic color terms: Their universality and evolution. Berkeley: University of California Press

SP# MOD# Lane, H. (1965) The motor theory of speech perception: A critical review. Psychological Review 72: 275 - 309.

MOD# Whorf, B. L. (1964) Language, thought and reality. Cambridge MA: MIT Press

MOD# Miller, G. A. (1956) The magical number seven, plus or minus two: Some limits on our capacity for processing information. Psychological Review 63: 81 - 97.

SPAT# Shepard, R. N. & Cooper, L. A. (1982) Mental images and their transformations. Cambridge: MIT Press/Bradford.


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