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    • Measuring language-specific phonetic settings 

      Mennen, Ineke; Scobbie, James M.; de Leeuw, Esther; Schaeffler, Sonja; Schaeffler, Felix (2010-01)
      While it is well known that languages have different phonemes and phonologies, there is growing interest in the idea that languages may also differ in their 'phonetic setting'. The term 'phonetic setting' refers to a ...
    • Language attrition research network 

      Schmid, Monika; de Leeuw, Esther (Blackwell, 2008-03)
      The article offers information on Research Network on Language Attrition, an international group formed by young researchers. It reports that the network aims at developing theoretical and methodological frameworks for the ...
    • Global foreign accent in native German speech 

      de Leeuw, Esther; Schmid, Monika; Mennen, Ineke (2007-08)
      The results of this study suggest that German monolingual listeners were more likely to perceive a global foreign accent in the native German speech of consecutive bilinguals in Anglophone Canada and the Dutch Netherlands ...
    • Hesitation Markers in English, German, and Dutch 

      de Leeuw, Esther (Cambridge University Press, 2007)
      This study reports on a number of highly significant differences found between English, German, and Dutch hesitation markers. English and German native speakers used significantly more vocalic-nasal hesitation markers than ...