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Basu, Nabanita, Bali, Agnes S, Weber, Philip, Rosas-Aguilar, Claudia, Edmond, Gary, Martire, Kristy A and Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart (2022). Speaker identification in courtroom contexts - Part I: Individual listeners compared to forensic voice comparison based on automatic-speaker-recognition technology. Forensic science international, 341 ,

Basu, Nabanita, Bolton-King, Rachel S. and Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart (2022). Forensic comparison of fired cartridge cases: Feature-extraction methods for feature-based calculation of likelihood ratios. Forensic Science International: Synergy, 5 ,

Busso, Lucia (2022). LEXICON AND GRAMMAR IN LEGAL-LAY LANGUAGE: A QUANTITATIVE CORPUS STUDY ON ITALIAN. Studi Italiani di Linguistica Teorica e Applicata (SILTA), 51 (1), pp. 5-32.

Busso, Lucia (2022). An investigation of the lexico-grammatical profile of English legal- lay language. Language and Law/Linguagem e Direito, 9 (1), pp. 146-184.

Busso, Lucia, Petyko, Marton, Atkins, Sarah and Grant, Tim (2022). Operation Heron – Latent topic changes in an abusive letter series. Corpora, 17 (2), pp. 225-258.


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).

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.

Devine, Lauren and Parker, Stephen (2022). State powers and private rights in child protection and safeguarding assessments: the question of balance. Child and Family Law Quarterly, 34 (3), pp. 255-274.

Devine, Lauren, Parker, Stephen, Harrington, Leigh and Makouar, Nadia (2022). 'Psy’ expert evidence in the family courts: The potential for corpus-assisted analysis. Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito, 9 (1), pp. 93-119.


Grant, Tim (2022). The idea of progress in forensic authorship analysis. Cambridge Elements in Forensic Linguistics . Cambridge University Press.

Grant, Tim and Grieve, Jack (2022). 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.


Harrington, Leigh (2022). Narrative practices in debt collection encounters. Narrative Inquiry, 32 (1), pp. 173-195.

Harrington, Leigh, Parker, Stephen, Devine, Lauren and Makouar, Nadia (2022). Commercialising disadvantage: the neoliberal discourses of commercial bail bond websites. Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito, 9 (1), pp. 185-210.

Hunter, Madison (2022). Violent Ideologies: An Investigation of the Relationship Between Linguistic Evaluative Patterns and Psychopathology in Three Types of Violent Offender. PHD thesis, Aston University.

Hunter, Madison and Grant, Tim (2022). Killer stance:An investigation of the relationship between attitudinal resources and psychological traits in the writings of four serial murderers. Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito, 9 (1), pp. 48-72.


Litchfield, Ian, Turner, Alice M., Ferreira Filho, João Bosco, Lee, Mark and Weber, Phil (2022). Automated conflict resolution for patients with multiple morbidity being treated using more than one set of single condition clinical guidance: A case study. Computers in Biology and Medicine, 144 ,


Makouar, Nadia (2022). Immigration Statistics in French Online Comment Boards: Mistrust Discourse, Anti-migrant Hate Speech. IN: Cyberhate in the Context of Migrations. Monnier, Angeliki; Boursier, Axel and Seoane, Annabelle (eds) Postdisciplinary Studies in Discourse . Palgrave Macmillan.

Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart (2022). Advancing a paradigm shift in evaluation of forensic evidence: The rise of forensic data science. Forensic Science International: Synergy, 5 ,

Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart (2022). A plague on both your houses: The debate about how to deal with “inconclusive” conclusions when calculating error rates. Law, Probability and Risk, 21 (2), 127–129.

Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart, Basu, Nabanita, Enzinger, Ewald and Weber, Philip (2022). The opacity myth: A response to Swofford & Champod (2022). Forensic Science International: Synergy, 5 ,

Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart, Ramos, Daniel, Ypma, Rolf JF, Basu, Nabanita, Bie, Kim de, Enzinger, Ewald, Geradts, Zeno, Meuwly, Didier, Vloed, David van der, Vergeer, Peter and Weber, Philip (2022). A strawman with machine learning for a brain: A response to Biedermann (2022) the strange persistence of (source) “identification” claims in forensic literature. Forensic Science International: Synergy, 4 ,


Nicol, Emma, Briggs, Jo, Moncur, Wendy, Htait, Amal, Carey, Daniel, Azzopardi, Leif and Schafer, Burkhard (2022). Revealing cumulative risks in online personal information: a data narrative study. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction, 6 (CSCW2),


Petyko, Marton, Busso, Lucia, Grant, Tim and Atkins, Sarah (2022). The Aston Forensic Linguistic Databank (FoLD). Language and Law/Linguagem e Direito, 9 (1), pp. 9-24.


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


Stamatatos, Efstathios, Kestemont, Mike, Kredens, Krzysztof, Pezik, Piotr, Heini, Annina, Bevendorff, Janek, Stein, Benno and Potthast, Martin (2022). Overview of the Authorship Verification Task at PAN 2022. CEUR workshop proceedings, 3180 , pp. 2301-2313.


Tayebi, Tahmineh and Coulthard, Malcolm (2022). New Trends in Forensic Linguistics. Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito, 9 (1), pp. 8-15.

Tsuchiya, Keiko, Coffey, Frank, Nakamura, Kyota, Mackenzie, Andrew, Atkins, Sarah, Chalupnik, Malgorzata, Whitfield,, Alison, Sakai, Takuma, Timmons, Stephen, Abe, Takeru, Saitoh, Takeshi, Taneichi, Akira, Vernon, Mike, Crundall, David and Fuyuno, Miharu (2022). Action request episodes in trauma team interactions in Japan and the UK - A multimodal analysis of joint actions in medical simulation. Journal of Pragmatics, 194 , pp. 101-118.


Weber, Philip, Enzinger, Ewald, Labrador, Beltrán, Lozano-díez, Alicia, Ramos, Daniel, González-rodríguez, Joaquín and Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart (2022). Validations of an alpha version of the E3 Forensic Speech Science System (E3FS3) core software tools. Forensic Science International: Synergy, 4 ,

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