List of References


Children

  • Nathan, L., & Wells, B. (2001). Can children with speech difficulties process an unfamiliar accent? Applied Psycholinguistics, 22, 343–361.
  • Nathan, L., Wells, B., & Donlan, C. (1998). Children’s comprehension of unfamiliar regional accents: A preliminary investigation. Journal of Child Language, 25, 343–365.
  • O’Connor, C. & Gibbon, F. (2011). Effect of speaker accent on sentence comprehension. Journal of Clinical Speech and Language Studies, 18, 1-17.

 

Adults

  • Bruce, C.,  To, T., & Newton, C. (2012).   Accent on comprehension: the impact of regional and foreign accent on comprehension in adults with aphasia. Disability & Rehabilitation, 34(12), 1024–1029.
  • Clarke, C. M. & Garrett, M. F. (2004).  Rapid adaptation to foreign-accent English.  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 116 (6), 3647–3658.
  • Dunton, J., Bruce, C. & Newton, C. (2010). Investigating the impact of unfamiliar speaker accent on auditory comprehension in adults with aphasia. International journal of language & communication disorders, 46 (1), 63-73.
  • Floccia, C., Goslin, J., Girard, F. & Konopczynski, G. (2006). Does a regional accent perturb speech processing? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 32 (5), 1276-1293.
  • Munro, M. J. & Derwing, T. M. (1995). Processing time, accent and comprehensibility in the perception of native and foreign accented speech.  Language & Speech, 38 (3), 289-306.
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