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Kochanski, G., Grabe, E., Coleman, J. and Rosner, B. (2005). Loudness predicts prominence; fundamental frequency lends little. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 118, pp. 1038-1054.

Grabe, E., Kochanski, G. and Coleman, J. (2005). The intonation of native accent varieties in the British Isles - potential for miscommunication? In Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk and Joanna Przedlacka (eds.), English pronunciation models: a changing scene. Linguistic Insights Series, Peter Lang, pp. 311-337.

Fletcher, J., Grabe, E., and Warren, P. (2004). Intonational variation in four dialects of English: the high rising tune. In Sun-Ah Jun (ed.) Prosodic typology. The Phonology of Intonation and Phrasing. Oxford, OUP.

Grabe, E. (2004). Intonational variation in urban dialects of English spoken in the British Isles. In Gilles, P. and Peters, J. (eds.) Regional Variation in Intonation. Linguistische Arbeiten, Tuebingen, Niemeyer, pp. 9-31.

Kochanski, G., Grabe, E. and Coleman, J. (2004). The difference between a question and a statement: a survey of English dialects. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 115(5), p. 2398.