Attardo, Salvatore & Brown, Steven. 2005. What’s the use of linguistics? Pre-service English teachers’ beliefs towards language use and variation. In Bartels, Nat (ed.), Applied Linguistics and Language Teacher Education, 91–102. New York: Kluwer Academic Publishers/Springer.
Baugh, John. 2012. SWB (Speaking while Black or speaking while Brown): Linguistic profiling and discrimination based on speech as a surrogate for race in international perspective. New Ways of Analyzing Variation 41. Bloomington, Indiana.
Cargile, Aaron Castelan & Bradac, James J.. 2001. Attitudes toward language: A review of speaker-evaluation research and a general process model. Communication Yearbook 25. 347–382.
Cargile, Aaron Castelan & Giles, Howard. 1997. Understanding language attitudes: Exploring listener affect and identity. Language & Communication 17(3). 195–217.
Cook, Stuart W. & Sellitz, Claire. 1964. A multiple-indicator approach to attitude measurement. Psychological Bulletin 62(1). 36–55. doi: 10.1037/h0040289
Coupland, Nikolas & Bishop, Hywel. 2007. Ideologised values for British accents. Journal of Sociolinguistics 11(1). 74–93.
D’Anglejan, Alison & Tucker, G. Richard. 1973. Sociolinguistic correlates of speech style in Quebec. In Shuy, & Fasold, (eds.), 1–27.
Dunstan, Stephany Brett, Wolfram, Walt, Jaeger, Audrey J., & Crandall, Rebecca E.. 2015. Educating the educated: Language diversity in the university backyard. American Speech 90(2). 266–280.
Garrett, Peter. 2010. Attitudes to Language. Key Topics in Sociolinguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Giles, Howard. 1971. Ethnocentrism and the evaluation of accented speech. British Journal of Clinical Psychology 10(2). 187–188.
Houston, Susan H. 1978. An EJ readership survey: Language attitudes and information study. The English Journal 67(3). 33–38.
International personality item pool: A scientific collaboratory for the development of advanced measures of personality traits and other individual differences http://ipip.ori.org/. Accessed: July 8, 2012.
Kamata, Akihito, Turhan, Ahmet, & Darandari, Eqbal. 2013. Estimating reliability for multidimensional composite scale scores. Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association. Chicago, Illinois.
Kelley, Ken. 2007. Methods for the behavioral, educational, and social sciences: An R package. Behavior Research Methods 39(4). 979–984.
Ladegaard, Hans J. 2000. Language attitudes and sociolinguistic behavior: Exploring attitude-behavior relations in language. Journal of Sociolinguistics 4(2). 214–233.
Luhman, Reid. 1990. Appalachian English stereotypes: Language attitudes in Kentucky. Language in Society 19(3). 331–348.
McKenzie, Robert M. & Osthus, Dietmar. 2011. That which we call a rose by any other name would sound as sweet: Folk perceptions, status and language variation. AILA Review 24(1). 100–115.
McKirnan, David J. & Hamayan, Else V.. 1984. Speech norms and attitudes toward outgroup members: A test of a model in a bicultural context. Journal of Language and Social Psychology 3(1). 21–38.
Miller, J. D. 2011. Scientific literacy: A conceptual and empirical review. Daedalus, 112(2). 29–48.
Niedzielski, Nancy. 1999. The effect of social information on the perception of sociolinguistic variables. Journal of Language and Social Psychology 18(1). 62–85.
Oppenheim, A. N. 1992. Questionnaire Design, Interviewing and Attitude Measurement. London: Pinter Publishers.
Ostrom, Elinor, Gardner, Roy, & Walker, James. 1994. Rules, Games, and Common-pool Resources. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
Pantos, Andrew J. & Perkins, Andrew W.. 2013. Measuring implicit and explicit attitudes toward foreign accented speech. Journal of Language and Social Psychology 32(1). 3–20.
Perloff, Richard M. 2008. The Dynamics of Persuasion: Communication and Attitudes in the 21st Century, 3rd edn. New York: Routledge.
Preston, Dennis R. 2010. Variation in language regard. In Gilles, Peter, Scharloth, Joachim, & Ziegler, Evelyn (eds.), Variatio delectat: Empirische Evidenzen und theoretische Passungen sprachlicher Variation, für Klaus J. Mattheier zum 65. Geburtstag, 7–27. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
Preston, Dennis R. 2015. Does language regard vary? In Prikhodkine, Alexei & Preston, Dennis R. (eds.), Responses to Language Varieties: Variability, Processes, and Outcomes, 1–36. IMPACT: Studies in Language and Society 39. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
R Core Team 2013. R: A language and environment for statistical computing. R Foundation for Statistical Computing, Vienna, Austria. http://www.R-project.org/. Accessed: August 20, 2013.
Reaser, Jeffrey. 2006. The effect of dialect awareness on adolescent knowledge and attitudes. Durham, NC: Duke University dissertation.
Shuy, Roger & Fasold, Ralph (eds.). 1973. Language Attitudes: Current Perspectives. Washington, DC: Georgetown University.
Soukup, Barbara. 2012. Current issues in the social psychological study of “language attitudes”: Constructionism, context, and the attitude-behavior link. Language and Linguistics Compass 6(4). 212–224.
Taylor, Orlando L. 1973. Teachers’ attitudes toward Black and nonstandard English as measured by the language attitude scale. In Shuy, & Fasold, (eds.), 174–201.
Williams, Frederick. 1973. Some research notes on dialect attitudes and stereotypes. In Shuy, & Fasold, (eds.), 113–128.
Zinberg, Richard E., Revelle, William, Yovel, Iftah, & Li, Wen. 2005. Cronbach’s Alpha, Revelle’s Beta, and McDonald’s Omega: Their relations with each other and two alternative conceptualizations of reliability. Psychometrika 70(1). 123–133.