The process of voice perception extends beyond a simple acoustic process. Rather, listeners utilize social cues and incorporate environmental factors to better understand speakers. A particularly influential social cue is the perceived ethnicity or race of the speaker. Expanding upon Ethan Kutlu’s previous research, we are investigating the perception of different accents and exploring whether the behavioral outcomes of accent judgments align with the neural correlates associated with accent perception. To unravel the complex mechanisms involved in voice perception, we are employing electroencephalography, in conjunction with accent judgment and comprehension tests.