Scientific American - Why the brain doubts a foreign accent

Scientific American

Why the brain doubts a foreign accent

July 21st, 2010

Pity the poor, forlorn foreign graduate teaching assistant at an American university – far from home and family, living on a meager stipend, cramming by day and grading by night, fielding questions from undergraduates like “Do people wear regular clothes in your country?” or “Are any of your relatives terrorists?”...

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