Ann-Kathrin Grohe
Ann-Kathrin Grohe
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Learning to comprehend foreign‐accented speech by means of production and listening training
AK Grohe, A Weber
Language Learning 66 (S2), 187-209, 2016
Memory advantage for produced words and familiar native accents
AK Grohe, A Weber
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 30 (5-6), 570-587, 2018
The penefit of salience: Salient accented, but not unaccented words reveal accent adaptation effects
AK Grohe, A Weber
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 190374, 2016
Uptalk interpretation as a function of listening experience
Y Asano, C Yuan, AK Grohe, A Weber, M Antoniou, A Cutler
10th International Conference on Speech Prosody 2020, 735-739, 2020
Similar prosodic structure perceived differently in German and English
H Kember, AK Grohe, K Zahner-Ritter, B Braun, A Weber, A Cutler
Similarity in global accent promotes generalized learning of accent markers
AK Grohe, M Downing, A Weber
Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association (Ed.), 16th Speech …, 2016
Production inconsistencies delay adaptation to foreign accents
AK Grohe, GJ Poarch, A Hanulíková, A Weber
Sixteenth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication …, 2015
Implicit learning leads to familiarity effects for intonation but not for voice
AK Grohe, B Braun
Learning foreign and native accents: the role of production and listening
AK Grohe
Universität Tübingen, 2017
Familarity Effects of Voice and Intonation on Lexical Processing
AK Grohe
Verlag nicht ermittelbar, 2013
Experience with an uptalk variety and perception of high rising terminal contours
Y Asano, A Cutler, AK Grohe, A Weber
Producing accented words without self-listening improves word memory
AK Grohe, A Weber
Producing and listening to phoneme substitutions affects subsequent comprehension of words with these substitutions
AK Grohe, A Weber
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