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Handbook of Perceptual Dialectology: Volume 1
Edited by Dennis R. Preston
[Not in series HPD 1] 1999
► pp. 345358
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Alcorn, Steven, Kirsten Meemann, Cynthia G. Clopper & Rajka Smiljanic
2020. Acoustic cues and linguistic experience as factors in regional dialect classification. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 147:1  pp. 657 ff. DOI logo
Avanzi, Mathieu & Philippe Boula de Mareüil
2017. Identification of regional French accents in (northern) France, Belgium, and Switzerland. Journal of Linguistic Geography 5:1  pp. 17 ff. DOI logo
Baker, Wendy, David Eddington & Lyndsey Nay
Balogh, Erzsébet
2015. ”Everybody likes beer”. EduLingua 1:2  pp. 15 ff. DOI logo
Bestelmeyer, Patricia E.G., Pascal Belin & D. Robert Ladd
2015. A Neural Marker for Social Bias Toward In-group Accents. Cerebral Cortex 25:10  pp. 3953 ff. DOI logo
Braber, Natalie
2015. Language perception in the East Midlands in England. English Today 31:1  pp. 16 ff. DOI logo
Buchstaller, Isabelle
2006. Social stereotypes, personality traits and regional perception displaced: Attitudes towards the ‘new’ quotatives in the U.K.1. Journal of Sociolinguistics 10:3  pp. 362 ff. DOI logo
Carrie, Erin & Robert M. McKenzie
2018. American or British? L2 speakers’ recognition and evaluations of accent features in English. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 39:4  pp. 313 ff. DOI logo
Clark, Lynn & Erik Schleef
2010. The acquisition of sociolinguistic evaluations among Polish-born adolescents learning English: evidence from perception. Language Awareness 19:4  pp. 299 ff. DOI logo
Clopper, Cynthia G.
2021. Perception of Dialect Variation. In The Handbook of Speech Perception,  pp. 333 ff. DOI logo
Clopper, Cynthia G. & Ann R. Bradlow
2008. Perception of Dialect Variation in Noise: Intelligibility and Classification. Language and Speech 51:3  pp. 175 ff. DOI logo
Clopper, Cynthia G., Brianna Conrey & David B. Pisoni
2005. Effects of Talker Gender on Dialect Categorization. Journal of Language and Social Psychology 24:2  pp. 182 ff. DOI logo
Clopper, Cynthia G. & David B. Pisoni
2004. Effects of Talker Variability on Perceptual Learning of Dialects. Language and Speech 47:3  pp. 207 ff. DOI logo
Clopper, Cynthia G., Kristin L. Rohrbeck & Laura Wagner
2012. Perception of Dialect Variation by Young Adults with High-Functioning Autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 42:5  pp. 740 ff. DOI logo
Cramer, Jennifer
2016. Perceptual Dialectology. In Oxford Handbook Topics in Linguistics, DOI logo
Dossey, Ellen, Cynthia G. Clopper & Laura Wagner
2020. The Development of Sociolinguistic Competence across the Lifespan: Three Domains of Regional Dialect Perception. Language Learning and Development 16:4  pp. 330 ff. DOI logo
Drager, Katie
2010. Sociophonetic Variation in Speech Perception. Language and Linguistics Compass 4:7  pp. 473 ff. DOI logo
Dragojevic, Marko, Christofer Berglund & Timothy K. Blauvelt
2018. Figuring Out Who’s Who: The Role of Social Categorization in the Language Attitudes Process. Journal of Language and Social Psychology 37:1  pp. 28 ff. DOI logo
Eades, Diana
2009. Testing the Claims of Asylum Seekers: The Role of Language Analysis. Language Assessment Quarterly 6:1  pp. 30 ff. DOI logo
Floccia, Caroline, Joseph Butler, Frédérique Girard & Jeremy Goslin
2009. Categorization of regional and foreign accent in 5- to 7-year-old British children. International Journal of Behavioral Development 33:4  pp. 366 ff. DOI logo
Geeslin, Kimberly L.
2021. Chapter 10. Sophisticated language use in context. In Advancedness in Second Language Spanish [Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, 31],  pp. 220 ff. DOI logo
Girard, Frédérique, Caroline Floccia & Jeremy Goslin
2008. Perception and awareness of accents in young children. British Journal of Developmental Psychology 26:3  pp. 409 ff. DOI logo
Gnevsheva, Ksenia
2016. Beyond the language: listener comments on extra-linguistic cues in perception tasks. Language Awareness 25:4  pp. 257 ff. DOI logo
Gnevsheva, Ksenia
2017. Within-speaker variation in passing for a native speaker. International Journal of Bilingualism 21:2  pp. 213 ff. DOI logo
Gnevsheva, Ksenia
2018. Variation in foreign accent identification. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 39:8  pp. 688 ff. DOI logo
Harjus, Jannis
2018. Perceptual variety linguistics: <em>Jerezano</em> speakers’ concepts and perceptions of phonetic variation in western Andalusian Spanish. Loquens 4:2  pp. 042 ff. DOI logo
Hernández Méndez, Edith
2020. La variación en maya yucateco: un estudio descriptivo desde la dialectología perceptual. Estudios de Lingüística Aplicada :69  pp. 143 ff. DOI logo
Jiao, Dan & Ksenia Gnevsheva
2022. Dialect proficiency and Mandarin rating in dialect identification: The case of Jiangsu province. Journal of Linguistic Geography 10:1  pp. 23 ff. DOI logo
Kuiper, Lawrence
2005. Perception is reality: Parisian and Provençal perceptions of regional varieties of French1. Journal of Sociolinguistics 9:1  pp. 28 ff. DOI logo
Leach, Hannah, Kevin Watson & Ksenia Gnevsheva
2016. Perceptual dialectology in northern England: Accent recognition, geographical proximity and cultural prominence. Journal of Sociolinguistics 20:2  pp. 192 ff. DOI logo
Maguire, Warren
2010. Review of Grant & Grey (2007): The Mersey Sound: Liverpool’s Language, People and Places. English World-Wide. A Journal of Varieties of English 31:2  pp. 226 ff. DOI logo
Marlow, Mikaela L. & Howard Giles
2008. Who You Tink You, Talkin Propah? Hawaiian Pidgin Demarginalised. Journal of Multicultural Discourses 3:1  pp. 53 ff. DOI logo
McCullough, Elizabeth A., Cynthia G. Clopper & Laura Wagner
2019. Regional dialect perception across the lifespan: Identification and discrimination. Language and Speech 62:1  pp. 115 ff. DOI logo
McCullough, Elizabeth A., Cynthia G. Clopper & Laura Wagner
2019. The Development of Regional Dialect Locality Judgments and Language Attitudes Across the Life Span. Child Development 90:4  pp. 1080 ff. DOI logo
McKenzie, Robert M.
2008. The Role of Variety Recognition in Japanese University Students’ Attitudes Towards English Speech Varieties. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 29:2  pp. 139 ff. DOI logo
McKenzie, Robert M.
2010. Relevant Language Attitude Research. In The Social Psychology of English as a Global Language [Educational Linguistics, 10],  pp. 41 ff. DOI logo
McKenzie, Robert M.
2010. Wider Implications and Conclusions. In The Social Psychology of English as a Global Language [Educational Linguistics, 10],  pp. 139 ff. DOI logo
McKenzie, Robert M.
2010. Results and Discussion. In The Social Psychology of English as a Global Language [Educational Linguistics, 10],  pp. 95 ff. DOI logo
McKenzie, Robert M.
2010. The Research Design of the Study. In The Social Psychology of English as a Global Language [Educational Linguistics, 10],  pp. 73 ff. DOI logo
McKenzie, Robert M.
2015. The sociolinguistics of variety identification and categorisation: free classification of varieties of spoken English amongst non-linguist listeners. Language Awareness 24:2  pp. 150 ff. DOI logo
Montgomery, Chris
2018. The Perceptual Dialectology of England. In Sociolinguistics in England,  pp. 127 ff. DOI logo
Newton, Caroline, Rebecca Burns & Carolyn Bruce
2013. Accent identification by adults with aphasia. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 27:4  pp. 287 ff. DOI logo
Plichta, Bartlomiej & Dennis R. Preston
2005. The /ay/s have Itthe perception of /ay/ as a north-south stereotype in United States English. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia 37:1  pp. 107 ff. DOI logo
Ruch, Hanna
2018. The Role of Acoustic Distance and Sociolinguistic Knowledge in Dialect Identification. Frontiers in Psychology 9 DOI logo
Schilling, Natalie & Alexandria Marsters
2015. Unmasking Identity: Speaker Profiling for Forensic Linguistic Purposes. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 35  pp. 195 ff. DOI logo
Schmidt, Lauren B. & Kimberly L. Geeslin
2022. Developing language attitudes in a second language. Revista Española de Lingüística Aplicada/Spanish Journal of Applied Linguistics 35:1  pp. 206 ff. DOI logo
Sloos, Marjoleine
2015. Accent-induced coder bias. Review of Cognitive Linguistics  pp. 59 ff. DOI logo
Sloos, Marjoleine & Wang Lei
2018. Same stimuli, same subjects, different perception. Asia-Pacific Language Variation 4:2  pp. 231 ff. DOI logo
Starr, Rebecca Lurie, Andre Joseph Theng, Kevin Martens Wong, Natalie Jing Yi Tong, Nurul Afiqah Bte Ibrahim, Alicia Mei Yin Chua, Clarice Hui Min Yong, Frances Wei Loke, Helen Dominic, Keith Jayden Fernandez & Matthew Tian Jing Peh
2017. Third culture kids in the outer circle: The development of sociolinguistic knowledge among local and expatriate children in Singapore. Language in Society 46:4  pp. 507 ff. DOI logo
Villarreal, Dan
2016. 4. “DO I SOUND LIKE A VALLEY GIRL TO You?” PERCEPTUAL DIALECTOLOGY AND LANGUAGE ATTITUDES IN CALIFORNIA. The Publication of the American Dialect Society 101:1  pp. 55 ff. DOI logo
Villarreal, Dan
2018. The Construction of Social Meaning: A Matched-Guise Investigation of the California Vowel Shift. Journal of English Linguistics 46:1  pp. 52 ff. DOI logo
Villarreal, Dan & Mary Kohn
2019. Local meanings for supra-local change: Perceptions of TRAP backing in Kansas1. American Speech  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Villarreal, Dan & Mary Kohn
2021. Local Meanings for Supralocal Change. American Speech 96:1  pp. 45 ff. DOI logo
Walker, Michael, Anita Szakay & Felicity Cox
2019. Can kiwis and koalas as cultural primes induce perceptual bias in Australian English speaking listeners?. Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology 10:1  pp. 7 ff. DOI logo
Yan, Qingyang
2015. The Perceptual Categorization of Enshi Mandarin Regional Varieties. Journal of Linguistic Geography 3:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
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2005. References. In Clinical Sociolinguistics,  pp. 281 ff. DOI logo
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2013. Ideologies and Attitudes to Newcomer Quotatives. In Quotatives,  pp. 198 ff. DOI logo

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