Northern English

Using eye-tracking to investigate the role of regional variation in spoken word recognition

The effect of regional variation on speech processing: evidence from an eye-tracking experiment.

Previous research in sociophonetics has shown that perceived information about the speaker affects low-level speech perception (e.g., Strand, 1999) and lexical access (e.g., Koops et al., 2008). These experiments often use pictures or words to cue a …