Ann-Kathrin Grohe, M.A.
M.A. Speech and Language Processing, University of Konstanz (2013)
B.A. French Studies & Psychology, University of Freiburg (2010)
member of the SpeechNet BaWü
- Adaptation to speech variability
- Foreign and native accented speech processing
- L2 and L1 speech processing
- Production-comprehension relationship: effects of speech production on speech comprehension
- Eye-tracking, Reaction Time Tasks
International workshop on "Processing prosody across languages, varieties, and nativeness" (September 2017) funded by the Tübingen Graduate Academy
Grohe, A.-K., Weber, A. (2016). The Penefit of salience: salient accented, but not unaccented words reveal accent adaptation effects. Frontiers in Psychology 7:864. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00864
Grohe, A.-K., Weber, A. (2016). Learning to comprehend foreign-accented speech by means of production and listening training. Language Learning 66(S2): 187-209. doi: 10.1111/lang.12174 (click here for replication data)
Grohe, A.-K., Downing, M., & Weber, A. (2016). Similarity in global accent promotes generalized learning of accent markers. Proceedings of the 16th Speech Science and Technology Conference. Sydney, Australia.
Grohe, A.-K., & Weber, A. (2016). Speaking aloud improves recall for words with familiar and unfamiliar accents. Proceedings of the 16th Speech Science and Technology Conference. Sydney, Australia.
Grohe, A.-K., Poarch, G. J., Hanulíková, A., & Weber, A. (2015). Production inconsistencies delay adaptation to foreign accents. Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association. Dresden, Germany.
Grohe, A.-K. & Braun, B. (2013). Implicit learning leads to familiarity effects for intonation but not for voice. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association. Lyon, France.