Chronic foreign accent syndrome appears to be largely a functional disorder, even when a structural neurological lesion is present. A case series of 49 English-speaking adults who self-report speaking with a foreign accent found 71% were probably functional and 28% were probably or possibly structural. Participants in the study led by the Centre for Clinical Brain ...
Neuroscientists ‘translate’ foreign accent syndrome
By Mardi Chapman
14 Mar 2019