Items where Division is "College of Business and Social Sciences > Aston Institute for Forensic Linguistics" and Year is 2018

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Atkins, Sarah and Roberts, Celia (2018). Assessing institutional empathy in medical settings. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice, 13 (1-3), pp. 11-33.

Busso, Lucia, Pannitto, Ludovica and Lenci, Alessandro (2018). Modelling Italian construction flexibility with distributional semantics: are constructions enough? IN: CliC-It 2018 proceedings. Cabrio, Elena; Mazzei, Alessandro and Tamburini, Fabio (eds) ITA: CEUR-WS.org.

Clarke, Isobelle and Kredens, Krzysztof J (2018). I consider myself to be a service provider:Discursive identity construction of the forensic linguistic expert. International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law, 25 (1), pp. 79-107.

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 ,

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.

Harrington, Leigh (2018). “Helping you to pay us”: Rapport management in debt collection call centre encounters. Journal of Politeness Research, 14 (2), pp. 201-231.

Haworth, Kate J (2018). Tapes, transcripts and trials:The routine contamination of police interview evidence. The International Journal of Evidence & Proof, 22 (4), pp. 428-450.

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.

Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart (2018). Admissibility of forensic voice comparison testimony in England and Wales. Criminal Law Review, 2018 (1), pp. 20-33.

Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart (2018). The impact in forensic voice comparison of lack of calibration and of mismatched conditions between the known-speaker recording and the relevant-population sample recordings. Forensic Science International, 283 , e1-e7.

Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart, Ballentyne, Kaye and Geoghegan, Patrick (2018). A response to Marquis et al (2017) What is the error margin of your signature analysis? Forensic Science International, 287 , e11-e12.

Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart and Enzinger, Ewald (2018). Score based procedures for the calculation of forensic likelihood ratios - scores should take account of both similarity and typicality. Science and Justice, 58 (1), pp. 47-58.

Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart, Zhang, Cuiling and Enzinger, Ewald (2018). 法庭说话人识别新范式实证研究. Journal of Chinese People's Public Security University(Science and Technology), 97 (3), pp. 30-37.

Morton, Ralph, Lorenzo-Dus, Nuria and Case, Stephen (2018). YOT Talk: The Impact of Communication in Youth Justice Interviews:Practitioner Report. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

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.

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