Items where Division is "College of Business and Social Sciences > Aston Institute for Forensic Linguistics" and Year is 2019

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Atkins, Sarah (2019). Assessing health professionals’ communication through role-play:An interactional analysis of simulated versus actual general practice consultations. Discourse Studies, 21 (2), pp. 109-134.

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.

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 ,

Grieve, Jack, Clarke, Isobelle, Chiang, Emily, Giddeon, Hannah, Heini, Annina, Nini, Andrea and Waibel, Emily (2019). Attributing the Bixby Letter using n-gram tracing. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 34 (3), 493–512.

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.

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.

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.

Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart and Enzinger, Ewald (2019). Multi-laboratory evaluation of forensic voice comparison systems under conditions reflecting those of a real forensic case (forensic_eval_01) – Conclusion. Speech Communication, 112 , pp. 37-39.

Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart and Kelly, F. (2019). A statistical procedure to adjust for time-interval mismatch in forensic voice comparison. Speech Communication, 112 , pp. 15-21.

Richardson, Emma, Walshe, Kieran, Boyd, Alan, Roberts, Jill, Wenzel, Lillie, Robertson, Ruth and Smithson, Rachael (2019). User involvement in regulation: A qualitative study of service user involvement in Care Quality Commission inspections of health and social care providers in England. Health Expectations, 22 (2), pp. 245-253.

Rosas, Claudia, Sommerhoff, Jorge and Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart (2019). A method for calculating the strength of evidence associated with an earwitness’s claimed recognition of a familiar speaker. Science and Justice, 59 (6), pp. 585-596.

Book Section

Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart and Enzinger, Ewald (2019). Introduction to forensic voice comparison. IN: The Routledge Handbook of Phonetics. Katz, William F and Assmann, Peter F (eds) Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart, Zhang, Cuiling and Enzinger, Ewald (2019). Forensic speech science. IN: Expert Evidence. Freckelton, Ian and Selby, Hugh (eds) Sydney, Australia: Thomson Reuters.

Other

Morton, Ralph, Lorenzo-Dus, Nuria and Case, Stephen (2019). ‘YOT Talk’ Toolkit:Strategies for effective communication in youth justice interviews. UNSPECIFIED.

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