Foreign Accent Syndrome
To Be Published October 1st 2013 by Psychology Press – 208 pages
Foreign Accent Syndrome combines personal testimony with scientific commentary to shed unprecedented light on the inner workings of the mind and the manner in which speech is represented in the brain.
J. Ryalls, Introduction. N. Miller, History of Foreign Accent Syndrome. Cindy Suters, Learning to Dance in the Rain—Third Time Around. Kelly Kohut, Kelly’s Vancouver Sun Run 2012 & Kelly’s Husband. Jeffry Barquero Salazar, My Mother’s Foreign-Accented-Speech. Martine Bodeck: Lena Bodeck FAS 5.1.2011. Wendy Hassip, Yorkshire lilt replaced with a French accent…life could have been SO much worse! Kath Lockett, Where Have I Gone? & Lost in Translation. June M, Foreign Accent Syndrome. Julie Matthias, In the Beginning. George Reynolds, My Italian Accent. Debie Royston, Living with FAS & The Journey. Kay Russell, Journey into the Unknown. Kenley Bryd, I’m Still Me. Clare Coleman, Clare is Confused. Gretchen Daniel, My Story of Dealing with FAS. Julie Dieschbourg, My FAS Journey. Curls (Joy) Garcia, Living with FAS. Nancy Haller, In Their Perception. Karen Bailey Mullinex, My Story. Cindylou Verdin Romberg, Kindred Spirits. Rose Shuff, Foreign Accent Syndrome. Bernadette West, Living and Dreams. Paula Westbury, FAS—My Experience & Part Two & Chuck Westbury: FAS Husband’s Perspective. Elizabeth Wilson, Foreign Accent Syndrome. Olga Boscan, My Story with Foreign Accent Syndrome (translated from the original Spanish by Caroline Krohne M. A. & edited by Astrid Soriano, B.A.). RESOURCES. Frequently Asked Questions about Foreign Accent Syndrome. Information Sheet for Communicating with Persons with FAS