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PUBLICATIONS

A. BOOKS

Warren, R.M. Auditory Perception: An Analysis and Synthesis (3rd Edition), Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, 2008.

Warren, R.M. Auditory Perception: A New Analysis and Synthesis (2nd Edition, Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, 1999.

Warren, R.M. Auditory Perception: A New Synthesis, Pergamon Press, Elmsford, NY, 1982.

Warren, R.M. & Warren, R.P. Helmholtz on Perception: Its Physiology and Development, Wiley, New York, NY, 1968.




B. SELECTED ARTICLES, BOOK CHAPTERS, AND PROCEEDINGS

Warren, R.M., Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Lenz, P.W. Arrays of subcritical width rectangular speech bands maintain intelligibility at high intensities. In Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, POMA 21, 060004 (2014).

Bashford, J.A., Jr., Warren, R.M., & Lenz, P.W. Subcritical width rectangular bands of vocoded speech reveal the nature of envelope processing. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135(4), 2227-2228 (2014).

Warren, R.M., Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Lenz, P.W. When intelligibilities of paired speech bands don't behave the way they are supposed to. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America Express Letters , 134(2), EL244-EL250 (2013).

Bashford, J.A., Jr., Warren, R.M., & Lenz, P.W. Maintaining intelligibility at high speech intensities: Evidence of lateral inhibition in the lower auditory pathway. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America Express Letters 134(1), EL2 (2013).

Bashford, J.A., Jr., Warren, R.M., & Lenz, P.W. When spectral smearing can increase speech intelligibility. Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, POMA 19, 060118 (2013).

Warren, R.M., Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Lenz, P.W. How broadband speech may avoid neural firing rate saturation at high intensities and maintain intelligibility. Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, POMA 19, 050103 (2013).

Bashford, J.A., Jr., Warren, R.M., & Lenz, P.W. Enhancing the intelligibility of high-intensity speech: Evidence of inhibition in the lower auditory pathway. Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, POMA 12, 050006 (2011).

Warren, R.M., Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Lenz, P.W. An alternative to the computational Speech Intelligibility Index estimates: Direct measurement of rectangular passband intelligibilities. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2011, Vol. 37, 296 - 302.

Bashford, J.A., Jr., Warren, R.M., & Lenz, P.W. When noise vocoding can improve the intelligibility of sub-critical band speech. Acoustical Society of America Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, 2010, Vol. 9, 060001.

Warren, R.M., Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Lenz, P.W. Is intelligibility of adjacent passbands hypoadditive or hyperadditive? Acoustical Society of America Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, 2009, Vol. 6, 050002.

Bashford, J.A., Jr., Warren, R.M., & Lenz, P.W. The spread and density of the phonological neighborhood can strongly influence the verbal transformation illusion. Acoustical Society of America Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, 2009, Vol. 6, 060002.

Bashford, J.A., Jr., Warren, R.M., & Lenz, P.W. Evoking biphone neighborhoods with verbal transformations: Illusory changes demonstrate both lexical competition and inhibition. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America Express Letters, 2008, 123 (3), EL32-EL38.

Warren, R.M. Synthesizing complex sensations from simple components, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2008, 31 (2), 90-91 (Invited Commentary).

Warren, R.M. The Relation of Speech Perception to the Perception of Nonverbal Auditory Patterns. In S. Greenberg and W. Ainsworth (Eds.), Listening to Speech: An Auditory Perspective. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2006, pp. 331-349.

Bashford, J.A., Jr., Warren, R.M., & Lenz, P.W. Polling the effective neighborhood of spoken words with the Verbal Transformation Effect. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America Express Letters, 2006, 119, EL55-EL59.

Warren, R.M., Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Lenz, P.W. (2005). Intelligibilities of 1-octave rectangular bands spanning the speech spectrum when heard separately and paired. Journal of The Acoustical Society of America, 118, 3261-3266.

Bashford, J.A., Jr., Warren, R.M., & Lenz, P.W. Enhancing intelligibility of narrowband speech with out-of-band noise: Evidence for lateral suppression at high-normal intensity. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2005, 117, 365-369.

Warren, R.M., Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Lenz, P.W. Intelligibility of bandpass filtered speech: Steepness of slopes required to eliminate transition band contributions. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2004, 115, 1292-1295.

Healy, E.W. & Warren, R.M. The role of contrasting temporal amplitude patterns in the perception of speech. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2003, 113, 1676-1688.

Warren, R.M., Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Lenz, P.W. Intelligibility of dual rectangular speech bands: Implications of observations concerning amplitude mismatch and asynchrony. Speech Communication, 2003, 40, 551-558.

Warren, R.M., Bashford, J.A., Jr., Cooley, J.M., & Brubaker, B.S. Detection of acoustic repetition for very long stochastic patterns. Perception & Psychophysics, 2001, 63, 175-182.

Warren, R.M., Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Lenz, P.W. Intelligibility of bandpass speech: Effects of truncation or removal of transition bands. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2000, 108, 1264-1268.

Bashford, J.A., Jr., Warren, R.M., & Lenz, P.W. Relative contributions of passband and filter skirts to the intelligibility of bandpass speech: Some effects of context and amplitude. Acoustic Research Letters Online, October 2000, 31-36.

Warren, R.M. & Bashford, J.A., Jr. Intelligibility of 1/3-octave speech: Greater contribution of frequencies outside than inside the passband. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1999, 106, L47-52.

Bashford, J.A., Jr. & Warren, R.M. Evidence of independent verbal processors for the same stimulus: Insights from dichotic verbal transformations. Proceedings of the 16th International Congress on Acoustics and 135th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Seattle, 1998, 1-4, 2027-2028.

Warren, R.M., Hainsworth, K.R., Brubaker, B.S., Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Healy, E.W. Spectral restoration of speech: Intelligibility is increased by inserting noise in spectral gaps. Perception & Psychophysics, 1997, 59, 275-283.

Warren, R.M., Healy, E.W., & Chalikia, M.H. The vowel-sequence illusion: Intrasubject stability and intersubject agreement of syllabic forms. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1996, 100, 2452-2461.

Bashford, J.A., Jr., Warren, R.M., & Brown, C.A. Use of speech modulated noise adds strong "bottom-up" cues for phonemic restoration. Perception & Psychophysics, 1996, 58, 342-350.

Kashino, M. & Warren, R.M. Binaural release from temporal induction. Perception & Psychophysics, 1996, 58, 899-905.

Warren, R.M. Processing of speech and other auditory patterns: Some similarities and differences. In W. Ainsworth & S. Greenberg (Eds.), Proceedings of the Workshop on the Auditory Basis of Speech Perception. United Kingdom: Keele University (15-19 July), 1996, 226-231.

Warren, R.M. Auditory illusions and the perceptual processing of speech. In N.J. Lass (Ed.), Principles of Experimental Phonetics, St. Louis: Mosby, 1996, pp. 435-466.

Warren, R.M., Riener, K.R., Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Brubaker, B.S. Spectral redundancy: Intelligibility of sentences heard through narrow spectral slits. Perception & Psychophysics, 1995, 57, 175-182.

Warren, R.M., & Gardner, D.A. Aphasics can distinguish permuted orders of phonemes - But only if presented rapidly. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 1995, 38, 473-476.

Chalikia, M.H., & Warren, R.M. Spectral fissioning in phonemic transformations. Perception & Psychophysics, 1994, 55, 218-226.

Warren, R.M., Bashford, J.A., Jr., Healy E.W., & Brubaker, B.S. Auditory induction: Reciprocal changes in alternating sounds. Perception & Psychophysics, 1994, 55, 313-322.

Warren, R.M., & Bashford, J.A., Jr. When acoustic sequences are not perceptual sequences: The global perception of auditory patterns. Perception & Psychophysics, 1993, 54, 121-126.

Warren, R.M. Perception of acoustic sequences: Global integration versus temporal resolution. In S. McAdams and E. Bigand (Eds.), Thinking in sounds: The cognitive psychology of human audition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993, 37-68 (French edition published by INSERM in their Editions Internationale Medicales).

Bashford, J.A., Jr., Riener, K.R., & Warren, R.M. Increasing the intelligibility of speech through multiple phonemic restorations. Perception & Psychophysics, 1992, 51, 211-217.

Warren, R.M. Global pattern perception and temporal order judgments. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1992, 15, 230-231 (Invited Commentary).

Chalikia, M.H., & Warren, R.M. Phonemic transformations: Mapping the illusory organization of steady-state vowel sequences. Language and Speech, 1991, 34, 109-143.

Warren, R.M., Gardner, D.A., Brubaker, B.S., & Bashford, J.A., Jr. Melodic and nonmelodic sequences of tones: Effects of duration on perception. Music Perception, 1991, 8, 277-289.

Warren, R.M., Bashford, J.A., Jr. & Gardner, D.A. Tweaking the lexicon: Organization of vowel sequences into words. Perception & Psychophysics, l990, 47, 423-432.

Warren, R.M., Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Brubaker, B.S. Perception of complex tones mistuned from unison. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, l989, 86, ll6-l25.

Warren, R.M., Wrightson, J.M., & Puretz, J. Illusory continuity of tonal and infratonal periodic sounds. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, l988, 84, l338-l342.

Warren, R.M., & Bashford, J.A., Jr. Broadband repetition pitch: Spectral dominance or pitch averaging? Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, l988, 84, 2058-2062.

Warren, R.M. Perceptual bases for the evolution of speech. In M. Landsberg (Ed.), Origins of Language. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, l988, 101-109.

Bashford, J.A., Jr., Meyers, M.D., Brubaker, B.S., & Warren, R.M. Illusory continuity of interrupted speech: Speech rate determines durational limits. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, l988, 84, l635-l638.

Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Warren, R.M. Effects of spectral alternation on the intelligibility of words and sentences. Perception & Psychophysics, 1987, 42, 431-438.

Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Warren, R.M. Multiple phonemic restorations follow the rules for auditory induction. Perception & Psychophysics, 1987, 42, 114-121.

Warren, R.M., & Meyers, M. D. Effects of listening to repeated syllables: Category boundary shifts versus verbal transformations. Journal of Phonetics, 1987, 15, 169-181.

Warren, R.M. The criterion shift rule and perceptual homeostasis. Psychological Review, 1985, 92, 574-584.

Warren, R.M. Perceptual restoration of obliterated sounds. Psychological Bulletin, 1984, 96, 371-383.

Warren, R.M. Helmholtz and his continuing influence. Music Perception, 1984, 1, 253-275.

Warren, R.M. Multiple meanings of "phoneme" (articulatory, acoustic, perceptual, graphemic) and their confusions. In N.J. Lass (Ed.), Speech and Language: Advances in Basic Research and Practice, 9, 1983. New York: Academic Press, 285-311.

Warren, R.M. Auditory illusions and their relation to mechanisms normally enhancing accuracy of perception. Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, 1983, 31, 623-629.

Warren, R.M. Mode of representation in production and perception of speech. In T.H. Meyers, J. Laver, and J. Anderson (Eds.), The Cognitive Representation of Speech. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Co., 1981, 34-37.

Warren, R.M., & Wrightson, J.M. Stimuli producing conflicting temporal and spectral cues to frequency. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1981, 70, 1020-1024.

Warren, R.M., Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Wrightson, J M. Detection of long interaural delays for broadband noise. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1981, 69, 1510-1514.

Warren, R.M., & Bashford, J.A., Jr. Perception of acoustic iterance: Pitch and infrapitch. Perception & Psychophysics, 1981, 29, 395-402.

Warren, R.M. Measurement of sensory intensity, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1981, 4, 175-189 (Invited Target Paper).

Warren, R.M. Perceptual transformations in vision and hearing. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 1981, 14, 123-132.

Warren, R.M., Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Wrightson, J.M. Infrapitch echo. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1980, 68, 1301-1305.

Warren, R.M. From neurophysiology to perception, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1979, 2, 288 (Invited Commentary).

Bashford, J.A., Jr., & Warren, R.M. Perceptual synthesis of deleted phonemes. In J.J. Wolf and D.H. Klatt (Eds.), Speech Communication Papers. New York: Acoustical Society of America, 1979, 423-426.

Warren, R.M., & Bashford, J.A., Jr. Production of white tone from white noise and voiced speech from whisper. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 1978, 11, 327-329.

Warren, R.M., & Bashford, J.A., Jr. Müller-Lyer illusions: Their origin in processes facilitating object recognition. Perception, 1977, 6, 615-626.

Warren, R.M. Les illusions verbales. La Recherche, 1977, 8, 538-543.

Warren, R.M. Auditory illusions and perceptual processes. In N.J. Lass (Ed.), Contemporary Issues in Experimental Phonetics. New York: Academic Press, 1976, pp. 389-417.

Warren, R.M. Auditory perception and speech evolution. In S.R. Harnad, H.O. Steklis, and J. Lancaster (Eds.), Origins and Evolution of Language and Speech. New York: New York Academy of Sciences. [Also in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1976, 280, 708-717].

Warren, R.M. Measurement of loudness and brightness: Scaling a chimera. In H.G. Geissler and Yu M. Zabroden (Eds.), Advances in Psychophysics. Berlin: Deutscher Verlag der Wissenchaften, 1976, 215-237.

Warren, R.M., & Ackroff, J.M. Dichotic verbal transformations and evidence for separate processors for identical stimuli. Nature, 1976, 259, 475-477.

Warren, R.M., & Ackroff, J.M. Two types of auditory sequence perception. Perception & Psychophysics, 1976, 20, 387-394.

Warren, R.M., & Bashford, J.A., Jr. Auditory contralateral induction: An early stage in binaural processing. Perception & Psychophysics, 1976, 20, 380-386.

Warren, R.M., & Byrnes, D. L. Temporal discrimination of recycled tonal sequences: Pattern matching and naming of order by untrained listeners. Perception & Psychophysics, 1975, 18, 273-280.

Warren, R.M., & Sherman, G.L. Phonemic restorations based on subsequent context. Perception & Psychophysics, 1974, 16, 150-156.

Warren, R.M. Auditory temporal discrimination by trained listeners. Cognitive Psychology, 1974, 6, 237-256.

Warren, R.M. Auditory pattern recognition by untrained listeners. Perception & Psychophysics, 1974, 15, 495-500.

Obusek, C.J., & Warren, R.M. A comparison of speech perception in senile and well-preserved aged by means of the verbal transformation effect. Journal of Gerontology, 1974, 28, 184-188.

Warren, R.M. The anomalous loudness function for speech. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1974, 54, 390-396.

Warren, R.M. Quantification of loudness. American Journal of Psychology, 1973, 86, 807-825.

Obusek, C.J., & Warren, R.M. Relation of the verbal transformation and the phonemic restoration effects. Cognitive Psychology, 1973, 5, 97-107.

Warren, R.M., & Obusek, C.J. Identification of temporal order within auditory sequences. Perception & Psychophysics, 1972, 12, 86-90.

Warren, R.M., Obusek, C.J., & Ackroff, J.M. Auditory induction: Perceptual synthesis of absent sounds. Science, 1972, 176, 1149-1151.

Warren, R.M. Identification times for phonemic components of graded complexity and for spelling of speech. Perception & Psychophysics, 1971, 9, 345-349.

Warren, R.M., & Obusek, C.J. Speech perception and phonemic restorations. Perception & Psychophysics, 1971, 9, 358-362.

Warren, R.M., & Warren, R.P. Some age differences in auditory perception. Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, 1971, 47, 1365-1377.

Warren, R.M., & Warren, R.P. Auditory illusions and confusions. Scientific American, 1970 (December) 223, 30-36. [Reprinted in R. Held and W. Richards (Eds.), Recent Progress in Perception, San Francisco: Freeman, 1976.]

Warren, R.M. Elimination of biases in loudness judgments for tones. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1970, 48, 1397-1403.

Warren, R.M. Perceptual restoration of missing speech sounds. Science, 1970, 167, 392-393.

Warren, R.M. Visual intensity judgments: An empirical rule and a theory. Psychological Review, 1969, 76, 16-30.

Warren, R.M., Obusek, C.J., Farmer, R.M., & Warren, R.P. Auditory sequence: Confusion of patterns other than speech or music. Science, 1969, 164, 586-587.

Warren, R.P., Warren, R.M., & Weninger, M.G. Inhibition of the sweet taste by Gymnema sylvestre. Nature, 1969, 223, 94-95.

Warren, R.M. Relation of verbal transformations to other perceptual phenomena. Conference Publication No. 42, Institution of Electrical Engineers, London, 1968, Supplement No. 1, 1-8.

Warren, R.M. Vocal compensation for change of distance. Proceedings of the 6th International Congress on Acoustics, Tokyo, 1968, Vol. A, 61-64.

Warren, R.M. Verbal transformation effect and auditory perceptual mechanisms. Psychological Bulletin, 1968, 70, 261-270.

Warren, R.M. Quantitative judgments of color: The square root rule. Perception & Psychophysics, 1967, 2, 448-452.

Warren, R.M., & Warren, R.P. Lightness, brightness, and distance. Die Farbe, 1966, 15, 271-276. Also published in M. Richter (Ed.), Tagungsbericht Internationale Farbtagung Luzern 1965, Vol. 1, Göttingen: Musterschmidt Verlag, 351-356.

Warren, R.M., & Warren, R.P. A comparison of speech perception in childhood, maturity and old age by means of the verbal transformation effect. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 1966, 5, 142-146.

Warren, R.M., & Warren, R.P. Soluble saccharin preference: A nutritive basis for persistence. Nature, 1966, 210, 310-311.

         [Research prior to 1964 was not conducted at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.]

Warren, R.M. Are loudness judgments based on distance estimates? Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1963, 35, 613-614.

Warren, R.M., & Warren, R.P. A critique of S.S. Stevens' "New Psychophysics." Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1963, 16, 797-810.

Warren, R.M. Are 'autophonic' judgments based on loudness? American Journal of Psychology, 1962, 75, 452-456.

Warren, R.M. An example of more accurate auditory perception in the aged. In C. Tibbitts and W. Donahue (Eds.), Social and Psychological Aspects of Aging. New York: Columbia University Press, 1962, 249-258.

Warren, R.M. Illusory changes of distinct speech upon repetition--The Verbal Transformation Effect. British Journal of Psychology, 1961, 52, 249-258.

Warren, R.M. Illusory changes in repeated words: Differences between young adults and the aged. American Journal of Psychology, 1961, 74, 504-516.

Warren, R.M. & Poulton, E.C. Basis for lightness-judgments of grays. American Journal of Psychology, 1960, 73, 380-387.

Warren, R.M. & Pfaffmann, C. Suppression of sweet sensitivity by potassium gymnemate. Journal of Applied Physiology, 1959, 14, 40-42.

Warren, R.M. A basis for judgments of sensory intensity. American Journal of Psychology, 1958, 71, 675-687.

Warren, R.M., Sersen, E. & Pores, E.A. Basis for loudness-judgments. American Journal of Psychology, 1958, 71, 700-709.

Warren, R.M. & Gregory, R.L. An auditory analogue of the visual reversible figure. American Journal of Psychology, 1958, 71, 612-613.

Warren, R.M. & Warren, R.P. Basis for judgments of relative brightness. Journal of the Optical Society of America, 1958, 71, 445-450.

Warren, R.M. & Warren, R.P. Effect of the relative volume standard and comparison-object on half-heaviness judgments. American Journal of Psychology, 1956, 69, 640-643.

Warren, R.M. Taste perception--Literature survey. Hoboken, NJ: General Foods Corp., 1953, (318 pp., monograph reproduced by General Foods).

Searles, A.L. & Warren, R.M. Preparation and hydrogenation of 2-substituted 4, 7-phenanthrolines. Journal of Organic Chemistry, 1953, 18, 1317-1328.


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Richard M. Warren, Ph.D.