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Haworth, Kate, Tompkinson, James, Richardson, Emma, Deamer, Felicity and Hamann, Magnus (2023). 'For the Record': applying linguistics to improve evidential consistency in police investigative interview records. Frontiers in Communication, 8 ,

Deamer, Felicity (2023). Do you read me? Speech acts, expressive behaviour and states of mind in rape cases. International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law, 30 (1), pp. 1-21.

Tompkinson, James, Haworth, Kate, Deamer, Felicity and Richardson, Emma (2023). Perceptual instability in police interview records: Examining the effect of pauses and modality on people’s perceptions of an interviewee. International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law, 30 (1), pp. 22-51.

Richardson, Emma, Hamann, Magnus, Tompkinson, James, Haworth, Kate and Deamer, Felicity (2023). Understanding the role of transcription in evidential consistency of police interview records in England and Wales. Language in Society ,

Deamer, Felicity, Richardson, Emma, Ward, Thomas, Garety, Philippa, Craig, Tom K J, Rus-Calafell, Mar and Edwards, Clementine (2023). Hypothetical active voicing in AVATAR therapy. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice , (In Press)

Deamer, Felicity, Richardson, Emma, Basu, Nabanita and Haworth, Kate (2022). For the Record: Exploring variability in interpretations of police investigative interviews. Language and Law/Linguagem e Direito, 9 (1), pp. 25-46.

Richardson, Emma, Haworth, Kate and Deamer, Felicity (2022). For the Record: Questioning transcription processes in legal contexts. Applied Linguistics, 43 (4), pp. 677-697.

Deamer, Felicity (2021). Why do we talk to ourselves? Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 12 (2), 425–433.

Alderson-day, Ben, Woods, Angela, Moseley, Peter, Common, Stephanie, Deamer, Felicity, Dodgson, Guy and Fernyhough, Charles (2021). Voice-Hearing and Personification:Characterizing Social Qualities of Auditory Verbal Hallucinations in Early Psychosis. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 47 (1), 228–236.

Deamer, Felicity, Palmer, Ellen, Vuong, Quoc, Ferrier, Nicol, Finkelmeyer, Andreas, Hinzen, Wolfram and Watson, Stuart (2019). Non-literal understanding and psychosis:Metaphor comprehension in individuals with a diagnosis of schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research: Cognition, 18 ,

Laroi, Frank, Thomas, Neil, Aleman, Andre, Fernyhough, Charles, Wilkinson, Sam, Deamer, Felicity and McCarthy-Jones, Simon (2019). The Ice in Voices:Understanding negative content in auditory-verbal hallucinations. Clinical Psychology Review, 67 , pp. 1-10.

Cokal, Derya, Sevilla, Gabriel, Jones, William, Zimmerer, Vitor, Deamer, Felicity, Douglas, Maggie, Spencer, Helen, Turkington, Douglas, Ferrier, Nicol, Varley, Rosemary, Watson, Stuart and Hinzen, Wolfram (2018). The language profile of formal thought disorder. npj Schizophrenia, 4 ,

Deamer, Felicity and Hayward, Mark (2018). Relating to the Speaker behind the Voice:What is changing? Frontiers in Psychology, 9 ,

Deamer, Felicity and Wilkinson, Sam (2015). The Speaker Behind the Voice:Therapeutic lessons from pragmatic theory. Frontiers in Psychology, 6 ,

Book Section

Deamer, Felicity (2022). Bridging the Gap in Common Ground When Talking about Voices. IN: Voices in Psychosis. Woods, Angela; Alderson-Day, Ben and Fernyhough, Charles (eds) Oxford University Press (OUP).

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