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Anon., 2001. Toward a comprehensive model of nonverbal communication. In The New Handbook of Language and Social Psychology,. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 159–176.
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Anon., 1975. Speech style and social evaluation, London: Academic Press.
Giles, H., Scherer, K.R. & Taylor, D., 1979. Speech markers in social interaction. In K. R. Scherer & Giles, H., eds. Social Markers in Speech. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 343 – 381.
Giles, H., Scherer, K.R. & Taylor, D., 1979. Speech markers in social interaction. In K. R. Scherer & Giles, H., eds. Social Markers in Speech. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 343 – 381.
Anon., 1987. Speech accommodation theory : The first decade and beyond. In Communication Yearbook. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, pp. 13–48.
Anon., 2008. Social psychology and personal relationships: Accommodation and relational influence across time and contexts. In Handbook of Applied Linguistics. New York: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 15–31.
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Anon., 1988. Research on language attitudes. In Sociolinguistics. An International Handbook of the Science of Language and Society. Berlin ; New York: Walter de Gruyter, pp. 585–597.
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Anon., 1982. Psychological and linguistic parameters of speech accommodation theory. In Advances in the Social Psychology of Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 205–255.
Anon., 1979. Psycholinguistic distinctiveness : Language divergence in Belgium. In Language and Social Psychology. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 158–185.
Anon., 1979. Psycholinguistic distinctiveness : Language divergence in Belgium. In Language and Social Psychology. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 158–185.
Anon., 2013. Parameters of non-accommodation : Refining and elaborating communication accommodation theory. In Social Cognition and Communication : 15th Sydney Symposium of Social Psychology, EASP Small Group Meeting on Social Cognition and Communication, 9 -12th July, 2012, Pecs, Hungary. New York: Psychology Press, pp. 155–172.
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Anon., 1988. The measurement of language attitudes. In Sociolinguistics. An International Handbook of the Science of Language and Society. Berlin ; New York: Walter de Gruyter, pp. 1068–1081.
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Anon., 1977. The language of intergroup distinctiveness. In Language, Ethnicity and Intergroup Relations. London: Academic Press, pp. 119–135.
Anon., 1977. The language of intergroup distinctiveness. In Language, Ethnicity and Intergroup Relations. London: Academic Press, pp. 119–135.
Anon., 2001. Language attitudes : Retrospect, conspect, and prospect. In The New Handbook of Language and Social Psychology. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 137–155.
Anon., 1994. Language attitudes as a social process : A conceptual model and new directions. Language & Communication, 14, pp.211–236.
Anon., 1992. Language attitudes and cognitive mediation. Human Communication Research, 18, pp.500–552.
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Anon., 1998. Italian is beautiful, German is ugly. In Language Myths. London: Penguin Books, pp. 85– 93.
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Anon., 1980. The functions of nonverbal signs in conversation. In The Social and Psychological Contexts of Language. Hillsdale. NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, pp. 225–244.
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Anon., 1991. The Contexts of Accommodation: Developments in Applied Sociolinguistics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Anon., 2005. Communication accommodation theory : A look back and a look ahead. In Theorizing about Intercultural Communication. Thousand Oaks, C: Sage, pp. 121–148.
Anon., 2001. Communication accommodation theory. In The New Handbook of Language and Social Psychology. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 33–56.
Anon., 2009. Communication accommodation theory. In Cambridge Dictionary of Psychology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p. 120.
Anon., 2001. Communication accommodation theory. In The New Handbook of Language and Social Psychology. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 33–56.

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