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Foreign accent syndrome. The ASHA Leader, 11(10), 10-11, 31.
(General Reference and Introduction to the Disorder)

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Living with FAS

DiLollo, A., Scherz, J., & Neimeyer, R. A. (2014). Psychosocial Implications of Foreign Accent Syndrome: Two case examples. Journal Of Constructivist Psychology, 27(1), 14-30.

Llamas, C., & Miller, N. (2010).  Foreign Accent Syndrome: Between Two Worlds, At Home in Neither. In Language and Identities, George Square, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Miller, N., Taylor, J., Howe, C., & Read, J. (2011). Living with foreign accent syndrome: Insider perspectives. Aphasiology, 25(9), 1053-1068

Miller, N., & Ryalls, J.  (2015). Foriegn Accent Syndrome: The Stories People Have to Tell . New York, NY: Psychology Press.

Various recent studies

DankovičovŠ, J., & Hunt, C. (2011). Perception of foreign accent syndrome speech and its relation to segmental characteristics. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 25(2), 85-120.

Kuschmann, A., Lowit, A., Miller, N., & Mennen, I. (2012).
Intonation in Neurogenic Foreign Accent Syndrome. Journal of Communication Disorders, 1-11.

MariŽn, P., De Pauw, G., Pettinato, M., Hirson, A., & Verhoeven, J. (2011). 
Differences between Foreign Accent Syndrome and Real Foreign Accents. InWS Lee, & E. Zee (Edi.), Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (pp. 1326-1329).

Perkins, R., Ryalls, J., Carson, C., & Whiteside, J. (2010). Acoustic analyses of two recovered cases of Foreign Accent Syndrome.Aphasiology, 24(10), 1132-1154.

Verhoeven, J., Pauw, G., Pettinato, M., Hirson, A., Borsel, J., & MariŽn, P. (2013). Accent attribution in speakers with Foreign Accent Syndrome. Journal of Communication Disorders, 156-168.

Studies including brain mapping

Katz, W. F., Garst, D. M., Briggs, R. W., Cheshkov, S., Ringe, W., Gopinath, K.S., & Allen, G. (2012). Neural bases of the foreign accent syndrome: A functional magnetic resonance imaging case study. Neurocase, 18(3), 199-211.

Moreno-Torres, I., Berthier, M. L., del Mar Cid, M., Green, C., Gutiťrrez, A., GarcŪa-Casares, N., & Carnero-Pardo, C. (2013). Foreign accent syndrome: a multimodal evaluation in the search of neuroscience-driven treatments.Neuropsychologia, 51(3), 520-537.

Tailby, C., Fankhauser, J., Josev, E. K., Saling, M. M., & Jackson, G. D. (2013). Clinical foreign accent syndrome evolving into a multiplicity of accents.Journal of Neurolinguistics, 26(3), 348-362.

Tomasino, B., Marin, D., Maieron, M., Ius, T., Budai, R., Fabbro, F., & Skrap, M. (2013). Foreign accent syndrome: a multimodal mapping study. Cortex,49(1), 18-39.

Psychogenic etiology

Kitten, S., Lewis, S., & Ball, L. J. (2012). P-186-Mania-induced foreign accent syndrome: a case study. European Psychiatry, 27, 1.
Lewis, S., Ball, L. J., & Kitten, S. (2012). Acoustic and perceptual correlates of Foreign Accent Syndrome with manic etiology: A case study.Communication Disorders Quarterly, 34(4), 242-247.


Ryalls J, Reinvang I. (1985). Some further notes on Monrad-Krohn’s case study of foreign accent syndrome. Folia Phoniatr (Basel), 37 (3-4): 160-2.

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