In this study, we will measure attitude towards accented speech in participants that are either native in English or second language speakers of English. This is an audio-visual IAT in which we intend to test the validity of the Implicit Association Test and to investigate if both native-accented and foreign-accented individuals have a less positive attitude towards foreign-accented speech. This experiment also consists of self-report questionnaires for the purpose of contrasting explicit information with the implicit data. We are hoping (predicting) to see a difference between the explicit and implicit attitudes towards foreign-accented speech. We also have three listening comprehension tests to measure how difficult or easy is it for participants to understand each accent. We will be using the listening comprehension results to investigate whether difficulty of understanding a foreign accent plays a role in the participant IAT responses, hoping that this role would be minimal.