The Effect of Speaker Proficiency on Intelligibility, Comprehensibility, and Accentedness in L2 Spanish: A Conceptual Replication and Extension of Munro and Derwing (1995a)
Language Learning Research Club, University of Michigan
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This work was funded by a University of South Florida Creative Scholarship Grant and by a University of South Florida Nexus Initiative Award to the first author and by an Iowa State University Social Sciences Seed Grant to the second author. We would like to thank the participants and our research assistants, especially Aneesa Ali and Bianca Pinkerton. We would also like to thank Joseph Casillas for his help with some of the statistical analyses reported in this paper.
This accepted article is published as Huensch, A., & Nagle, C. (2021). The effect of speaker proficiency on intelligibility, comprehensibility, and accentedness in L2 Spanish: A conceptual replication and extension of Derwing and Munro (1995a). Language Learning. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1111/lang.12451. Posted with permission.
Intelligibility, comprehensibility, accentendness, replication, Spanish