Acoustical Society of America
134th Meeting Lay Language Papers

Dates in red are the dates posted or updated to the Press Room. Woodbury, New York, November 14, 1997

The following are lay language papers being presented at the 134th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, December 1-5, 1997, at the Town and Country Hotel, San Diego, California.

Long Island Vowels by Marie K. Huffman and Elyse Tamberino 11/20/97

Large Grand and Small Upright Pianos: What Makes them Sound Different? by Alexander Galembo and Lola L. Cuddy 11/20/97

The Beginnings Of Word Recognition In Infancy by Peter W. Jusczyk 11/20/97

GenJam: An Interactive Genetic Algorithm Jazz Improviser by John A. Biles 11/20/97

Novel configurations for acoustophoresis by Todd L. Brooks and Robert E. Apfel 11/20/97

Measuring speech intelligibility in kindergarten through 5th grade classrooms in a Seattle public school by Dean Heerwagen, Karen Anderson, Dale Lang, and Robin Towne 11/20/97

Subjective Evaluation Of Classical Guitars by Felipe Orduña-Bustamante and Ricardo R. Boullosa 11/20/97

Could marine mammals use ambient noise imaging techniques? by John R. Potter, Elizabeth Taylor, and Mandar Chitre 11/20/97

Using Unconscious Linguistic Knowledge to Perceive Acoustically Ambiguous Speech Sounds by Elliott Moreton 11/20/97

Sound radiation and post-glottal filtering in frogs (Vocal Sac Resonators Revisited) by Alejandro Purgue 11/20/97

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