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2021

Grant, Tim and Grieve, Jack (2021). The Starbuck Case: Methods for addressing confirmation bias in forensic authorship analysis. IN: Methodologies and Challenges in Forensic Linguistic Casework. Perkins, Ria; Picornell, Isabel and Coulthard, Malcolm (eds) Wiley. (In Press)

Busso, Lucia, Petyko, Marton, Atkins, Sarah and Grant, Tim (2021). Operation Heron – Latent topic changes in an abusive letter series. Corpora , (In Press)

Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart, Neumann, Cedric, Geoghegan, Patrick Henry, Edmond, Gary, Grant, Tim, Ostrum, R. Brent, Roberts, Paul, Saks, Michael, Syndercombe Court, Denise, Thompson, William C. and Zabell, Sandy (2021). Reply to Response to Vacuous standards – subversion of the OSAC standards-development process. Forensic Science International: Synergy, 3 ,

2020

Grant, Tim (2020). Text messaging forensics revisited. IN: Routledge Handbook of Forensic Linguistics. Coulthard, Malcolm; May, Alison and Sousa Silva, Rui (eds) Routledge.

2019

Kredens, Krzysztof, Perkins, Ria and Grant, Tim (2019). Developing a framework for the explanation of interlingual features for native and other language influence detection. Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito, 6 (2), pp. 10-23.

Chiang, Emily and Grant, Timothy D (2019). Deceptive identity performance:Offender moves and multiple identities in online child abuse conversations. Applied Linguistics, 40 (4), 675–698.

Hurt, Marlon and Grant, Timothy D (2019). Pledging to harm:A linguistic appraisal analysis of judgment comparing realized and non-realized violent fantasies. Discourse and Society, 30 (2), pp. 154-171.

Kloess, Julianne, Woodhams, Jessica, Whittle, Helen, Grant, Timothy D and Hamilton-Giachritsis, Catherine (2019). The challenges of identifying and classifying child sexual abuse material. Sexual Abuse, 31 (2), pp. 173-196.

2018

MacLeod, Nicci and Grant, Timothy D (2018). “go on cam but dnt be dirty”: linguistic levels of identity assumption in undercover online operations against child sex abusers. Language and Law/Linguagem e Direito, 4 (2), pp. 157-175.

Perkins, Ria and Grant, Tim (2018). Native language influence detection for forensic authorship analysis:Identifying L1 persian bloggers. International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law, 25 (1), pp. 1-20.

Schneevogt, Daniela, Chiang, Emily and Grant, Timothy D (2018). Do Perverted Justice chat logs contain examples of Overt Persuasion and Sexual Extortion?:A research note responding to Chiang and Grant 2017 and 2018. Language and Law/Linguagem e Direito, 5 (1), pp. 97-102.

Grant, Timothy D and MacLeod, Nicci (2018). Resources and constraints in linguistic identity performance:a theory of authorship. Language and Law/Linguagem e Direito, 5 (1), pp. 80-96.

2017

Carmody, Emily and Grant, Timothy D (2017). Online grooming:moves and strategies. Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito, 4 (1), pp. 103-141.

Grant, Tim (2017). Duppying yoots in a dog eat dog world, kmt:determining the senses of slang terms for the Courts. Semiotica, 2017 (216), pp. 479-495.

2016

MacLeod, Nicci and Grant, Tim (2016). "You have ruined this entire experiment…shall we stop talking now?" Orientations to the experimental setting as an interactional resource. Discourse, Context & Media, 14 , pp. 63-70.

Grant, Tim and Macleod, Nicci (2016). Assuming identities online:experimental linguistics applied to the policing of online paedophile activity. Applied Linguistics, 37 (1), pp. 50-70.

2013

Grant, Tim (2013). TXT 4N6:method, consistency, and distinctiveness in the analysis of sms text messages. Journal of Law and Policy, 21 (2), pp. 467-494.

2012

Macleod, Nicci and Grant, Tim (2012). Whose Tweet? Authorship analysis of micro-blogs and other short-form messages. IN: Proceedings of the International Association of Forensic Linguists’ tenth biennial conference. Tomblin, Samuel; MacLeod, Nicci; Sousa-Silva, Rui and Coulthard, Malcolm (eds) GBR: Aston University.

2010

Sousa Silva, Rui, Grant, Tim and Maia, Belinda (2010). “I didn’t mean to steal someone else’s words!”:a forensic linguistic approach to detecting intentional plagiarism. IN: 4th International Plagiarism Conference. 2010-06-21 - 2010-06-23.

2008

Norton, Russell and Grant, Tim D. (2008). Rape myth in true and false rape allegations. Psychology, Crime and Law, 14 (4), pp. 275-285.

2006

Woodhams, Jessica and Grant, Tim D. (2006). Developing a categorisation system for rapists' speech. Psychology, Crime and Law, 12 (3), pp. 245-260.

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