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  1. Shhh… I Need Quiet! Children’s Understanding of American, British, and Japanese-accented English Speakers
  2. Children's Use of Semantic Context in Perception of Foreign-Accented Speech
  3. Individual differences in the perception of regional, nonnative, and disordered speech varieties
  4. Perception of Nonnative-accented Sentences by 5- to 8-Year-olds and Adults: The Role of Phonological Processing Skills
  5. Children's perception of nonnative-accented sentences in noise and quiet
  6. Auditory free classification of native and nonnative speech by nonnative listeners
  7. Children's perception of foreign-accented words