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Grondelaers, Stefan, Roeland van Hout & Paul van Gent
2019. Re-evaluating the Prestige of Regional Accents in Netherlandic Standard Dutch: The Role of Accent Strength and Speaker Gender. Journal of Language and Social Psychology 38:2  pp. 215 ff. DOI logo
Kurinec, Courtney A. & Charles A. Weaver
2021. “Sounding Black”: Speech Stereotypicality Activates Racial Stereotypes and Expectations About Appearance. Frontiers in Psychology 12 DOI logo
Preston, Dennis R.
2016. Whaddayaknow now?. In Awareness and Control in Sociolinguistic Research,  pp. 177 ff. DOI logo
Preston, Dennis R.
2018. Changing Research on the Changing Perceptions of Southern U.S. English. American Speech 93:3-4  pp. 471 ff. DOI logo
Preston, Dennis R.
2019. How to trick respondents into revealing implicit attitudes – talk to them. Linguistics Vanguard 5:s1 DOI logo
Preston, Dennis R.
2020. Language Prejudice. In The International Encyclopedia of Linguistic Anthropology,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Rosseel, Laura & Stefan Grondelaers
2019. Implicitness and experimental methods in language variation research. Linguistics Vanguard 5:s1 DOI logo
Rosseel, Laura, Dirk Speelman & Dirk Geeraerts
2018. Measuring language attitudes using the Personalized Implicit Association Test: A case study on regional varieties of Dutch in Belgium. Journal of Linguistic Geography 6:1  pp. 20 ff. DOI logo
Sun, Chen, Linlin Wei & Richard F. Young
2022. Measuring teacher cognition: Comparing Chinese EFL teachers’ implicit and explicit attitudes toward English language teaching methods. Language Teaching Research 26:3  pp. 382 ff. DOI logo
Weirich, Melanie, Stefanie Jannedy & Gediminas Schüppenhauer
2020. The Social Meaning of Contextualized Sibilant Alternations in Berlin German. Frontiers in Psychology 11 DOI logo

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