Publications, 1970-79

5. Lackner, J.R. and Garrett, M. Biasing the interpretation of ambiguous sentences during dichotic listening. QPR of the Research Laboratory of Electronics, MIT, 101, 227-231, 1971.

6. Lackner, J.R. An auditory illusion of depth. Cognition, 1, 201-209, 1972.

7. Lackner, J.R. and Garrett, M.F. Resolving ambiguity: Effects of biasing context in the unattended ear. Cognition, 1, 359-372, 1972.

8. Lackner, J.R. Visual rearrangement affects auditory localization. Neuropsychologia, 11, 29-32, 1973.

9. Lackner, J.R. The role of posture in adaptation to visual rearrangement. Neuropsychologia, 11, 33-44, 1973.

10. Lackner, J.R. The role of posture in sound localization. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 26, 235-251, 1973.

11. Lackner, J.R. and Teuber, H.L. Alterations in auditory fusion thresholds after cerebral injury in man. Neuropsychologia, 11, 409-415, 1973.

12. Lackner, J.R. A device for investigating adaptation to sensory rearrangement. Journal of Psychology, 85, 137-141, 1973.

13. Goldstein, L.M., and Lackner, J.R. Alterations of the phonetic coding of speech sounds during repetition. Cognition, 2, 279-297, 1973.

14. Lackner, J.R. Influence of visual rearrangement and visual motion on sound localization. Neuropsychologia, 12, 291-293, 1974.

15. Lackner, J.R. Changes in auditory localization during body tilt. Acta Otolaryngologica, 77, 19-28, 1974.

16. Lackner, J.R. Observations on the speech processing capabilities of an amnesic patient: Several aspects of H.M.'s language function. Neuropsychologia, 12, 199-207, 1974.

17. Lackner, J.R. Proprioceptive facilitation of open-loop visual pointing. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 39, 263-265, 1974

18. Lackner, J.R. Adaptation to displaced vision: Role of proprioception. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 38, 1251-1256, 1974.

19. Lackner, J.R., and Goldstein, L.M. Primary auditory stream segregation of repeated consonant-vowel sequences. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 56, 1651-1652, 1974.

20. Lackner, J.R. Speech production: Evidence for corollary-discharge stabilization of perceptual mechanisms. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 34, 899-902, 1974.

21. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. Elicitation of vestibular side effects by regional vibration of the head. Aerospace Medicine, 45, 1267-1272, 1974.

22. Goldstein, L. and Lackner, J.R. A sideways look at dichotic listening. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (A), 55, Supplement, S 10, 1974.

23. Lackner, J.R., and Goldstein, L.M. The psychological representation of speech sounds. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 27, 173-185, 1975.

24. Lackner, J.R. and Levine, K.B. Speech production: Evidence for syntactically and phonologically determined units. Perception & Psychophysics, 17, 107-113, 1975.

25. Shattuck, S.R. and Lackner, J.R. Speech production: Contribution of syntactic structure. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 40, 931-936, 1975.

26. Mather, J. and Lackner, J.R. Adaptation to visual rearrangement elicited by tonic vibration reflexes. Experimental Brain Research, 24, 103-105, 1975.

27. Lackner, J.R. Pursuit eye movements elicited by muscle afferent information. Neuroscience Letters, 1, 25-28, 1975.

28. Lackner, J.R. The auditory characteristics of tinnitus resulting from cerebral injury. Experimental Neurology, 51, 54-67, 1976.

29. Lackner, J.R. Influence of abnormal postural and sensory conditions on human sensory motor localization. Environmental Biology and Medicine, 2, 139-177, 1976.

30. Teixeria, R. and Lackner, J.R. Influence of apparent head position on optokinetic nystagmus and eye posture. Experimental Brain Research, 24, 435-439, 1976.

31. Tuller, B. and Lackner, J.R. Primary auditory stream segregation of repeated word sequences. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 42, 1071-1074, 1976.

32. Lackner, J.R. and Tuller, B. The influence of syntactic segmentation on perceived stress. Cognition, 4, 303-307, 1976.

33. Lackner, J.R. Adaptation to visual and proprioceptive rearrangement: Origin of the differential effectiveness of active and passive movements. Perception & Psychophysics, 21, 55-59, 1977.

34. Lackner, J.R. and Lobovits, D. Adaptation to displaced vision: Evidence for prolonged aftereffects. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 29, 65-69, 1977.

35. Lackner, J.R., Tuller, B., and Goldstein, L. Some aspects of the psychological representation of speech sounds. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 45, 459-471, 1977.

36. Tuller, B. and Lackner, J.R. Some factors affecting the perceived ordering of natural speech stimuli. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 45, 919-932, 1977.

37. Mather, J.A. and Lackner, J.R. Adaptation to visual rearrangement: Role of sensory discordance. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 29, 237-244, 1977.

38. Lackner, J.R. and Zabkar, J. Proprioceptive information about target location suppresses autokinesis. Vision Research, 17, 1225-1229. 1977.

39. Yachzel, B. and Lackner, J.R. Adaptation to displaced vision: Evidence for transfer of adaptation and long-lasting aftereffects. Perception and Psychophysics, 22, 147-151, 1977.

40. Katz, D. and Lackner, J.R. Adaptation to delayed auditory feedback. Perception and Psychophysics, 22, 476-486, 1977.

41. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. Somatosensory motion after-effect following Earth-horizontal rotation about the Z-axis: A new illusion. Aviat Space & Environ Med, 48, 501-502, 1977.

42. Lackner, J.R. and Teixeira, R. Optokinetic motion sickness: Continuous head movements attenuate the visual induction of apparent self-rotation and symptoms of motion sickness. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 48, 248-253, 1977.

43. Graybiel, A. and Lackner, J.R. Comparison of susceptibility to motion sickness during rotation at 30 RPM in the Earth-horizontal, 10o head-up, and 10o head-down positions. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 48, 7-11, 1977.

44. Lackner, J.R. Induction of illusory self-rotation and nystagmus by a rotating sound-field. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 48, 129-131, 1977.

45. Lackner, J.R. and Evanoff, J.N. Smooth pursuit eye movements elicited by somatosensory stimulation. Neuroscience Letters, 4, 43-48, 1977.

46. Lackner, J.R. and Lobovits, D. Incremental exposure facilitates adaptation to sensory rearrangement. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 49, 362-364, 1978.

47. Lackner, J.R. Some mechanisms underlying sensory and postural stability in man. In: R. Held, H. Leibowitz, H.L. Teuber (Eds.) Handbook of Sensory Physiology, Vol. VIII, Springer-Verlag, NY, 805-845, 1978.

48. Lackner, J.R. and Levine, M.S. Visual direction depends on the operation of spatial constancy mechanisms: The oculobrachial illusion. Neuroscience Letters, 7, 207-212, 1978.

49. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. Postural illusions experienced during Z-axis recumbent rotation and their dependence on somatosensory stimulation of the body surface. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 49, 484-488, 1978.

50. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel A. Some influences of touch and pressure cues on human spatial orientation. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 49, 798-804, 1978.

51. Lackner, J.R. and Tuller, B. Role of efference monitoring in the detection of self-produced speech errors. In: E.C.T. Walker and W.E. Cooper (Eds.), Sentence Processing, Cambridge, MIT Press, 281-294, 1979.

52. Graybiel, A. and Lackner, J.R. Rotation at 30 RPM about the Z axis after 6 hours in the 10o head down position: Effect on susceptibility to motion sickness. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 50, 390-392, 1979.

53. Lackner, J.R. and Levine, M.S. Changes in apparent body orientation and sensory localization induced by vibration of postural muscles: Vibratory myesthetic illusions. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 50, 346-354, 1979.

54. Teixeira, R.A. and Lackner, J.R. Optokinetic motion sickness: Attenuation of visually-induced apparent self-rotation by passive head movements. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 50, 264-266, 1979.

55. Lackner, J.R. Psychology and the exploration of space. In: E. McNeil and Z. Rubin (Eds.), The Psychology of Being Human. New York: Harper and Row, 200-203, 1979.

56. Levine, M.S. and Lackner, J.R. Some sensory and motor factors influencing the control and appreciation of eye and limb position. Experimental Brain Research, 36, 275-283, 1979.

57. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. Some influences of vision on susceptibility to motion sickness. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 50, 1122-1125, 1979.

58. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. Parabolic flight: Loss of sense of orientation. Science, 206, 1105-1108, 1979.

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