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Awwad, A, Tavakoli, P and Wright, CEM (2017) "I think that’s what he’s doing": Effects of intentional reasoning on second language (L2) speech performance. System, 67. pp. 158-169. ISSN 0346-251X


Bayram, F and Wright, C (2018) Turkish Heritage language acquisition and maintenance in Germany. In: Trifonas, PP and Aravossitas, T, (eds.) Handbook of Research and Practice in Heritage Language Education. Springer International Handbooks of Education . Springer International Publishing , pp. 481-502. ISBN 978-3-319-44693-6

Buizza, E and Plug, L (2012) Lenition, fortition and the status of plosive affriction: the case of the spontaneous RP English /t/. Phonology, 29 (1). 1 - 38. ISSN 0952-6757


Carter, P and Plug, L (2011) Prosodic characteristics of interrupted versus completed speech error repairs in spontaneous Dutch speech. In: Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. UNSPECIFIED. City University of Hong Kong .

Carter, P and Plug, L (2014) Prosodic marking, pitch and intensity in spontaneous phonological self-repair in Dutch. In: Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production. 10th International Seminar on Speech Production, 5-8 May 2014, Cologne, Germany. .

Chen, Q and Wright, CEM (2017) Contextualisation and authenticity in TBLT: Voices from Chinese classrooms. Language Teaching Research, 21 (4). pp. 517-538. ISSN 1362-1688


Davies, BL (2018) Evaluating evaluations: What different types of metapragmatic behaviour can tell us about participants’ understandings of the moral order. Journal of Politeness Research, 14 (1). pp. 121-151. ISSN 1612-5681

Davies, C and Arnold, J (2019) Reference and informativeness: How context shapes referential choice. In: Cummins, C and Katsos, N, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Experimental Semantics and Pragmatics. Oxford University Press , Oxford , pp. 474-493. ISBN 9780198791768

Davies, C and Katsos, N (2009) Are interlocutors as sensitive to over-informativeness as they are to under-informativeness? Proceedings of the Workshop on Production of Referring Expressions: Bridging Computational and Psycholinguistic Approaches. PRE-CogSci-09, Amsterdam.

Davies, C and Katsos, N (2013) Are speakers and listeners 'only moderately Gricean'? An empirical response to Engelhardt et al. (2006). Journal of Pragmatics, 49 (1). 78 - 106. ISSN 0378-2166

Davies, C and Katsos, N (2010) Over-informative children: Production/comprehension asymmetry or tolerance to pragmatic violations? Lingua, 120 (8). 1956 - 1972. ISSN 0024-3841

Davies, C and Kreysa, H (2018) Look before you speak: Children’s integration of visual information into informative referring expressions. Journal of Child Language, 45 (5). pp. 1116-1143. ISSN 0305-0009

Davies, C and Kreysa, H (2017) Looking at a contrast object before speaking boosts referential informativeness, but is not essential. Acta Psychologica, 178. pp. 87-99. ISSN 0001-6918

Davies, C, Lingwood, J and Arunachalam, S (2019) Adjective forms and functions in British English child-directed speech. Journal of Child Language. ISSN 0305-0009

Davies, CN, Andres-Roqueta, C and Norbury, CF (2016) Referring expressions and structural language abilities in children with Specific Language Impairment: A pragmatic tolerance account. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 144. pp. 98-113. ISSN 0022-0965

Davies, CN and Graf, E (2014) The Production and Comprehension of Referring Expressions. In: Matthews, D, (ed.) Pragmatic development in first language acquisition. Trends in language acquisition research (10). John Benjamins , Amsterdam , 161 - 181. ISBN 978 90 272 3470 4

Davies, CN and Katsos, N (2016) Reference and Informativeness as cognitive processes in verbal communication. In: Rocci, A and de Saussure, L, (eds.) Verbal Communication. Handbooks of Communication Science . De Gruyter Mouton , Berlin , pp. 123-140. ISBN 978-3-11-025545-4

Davies, CN and Kreysa, H (2016) Is children’s referential informativity associated with their visual or linguistic abilities? In: Salfner, F and Sauerland, U, (eds.) Proceedings of Trends in Experimental Pragmatics. Trends in Experimental Pragmatics-TiXPrag1, 18-20 Jan 2016, Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft (ZAS) Berlin, Germany. , pp. 22-30.

De Cat, C (2013) Egocentric definiteness errors and perspective evaluation in preschool children. Journal of Pragmatics, 56. pp. 58-69. ISSN 0378-2166

De Cat, C (2012) Explaining children’s over-use of definites in partitive contexts. First Language, 32 (1-2). 137 - 150. ISSN 0142-7237

De Cat, C (2015) The cognitive underpinnings of referential abilities. In: Serratrice, L and Allen, S, (eds.) The Acquisition of Reference. John Benjamins Publishing Company , pp. 263-283. ISBN 9027267898

De Cat, C, Gusnanto, A and Serratrice, L (2018) Identifying a threshold for the executive function advantage in bilingual children. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 40 (1). pp. 119-151. ISSN 0272-2631

De Cat, C, Klepousniotou, E and Baayen, RH (2015) Representational deficit or processing effect? An electrophysiological study of noun-noun compound processing by very advanced L2 speakers of English. Frontiers in Psychology, 6 (77). ISSN 1664-1078

De Cat, C. (2009) Experimental Evidence for Preschoolers' Mastery of "Topic". Language Acquisition, 16 (4). pp. 224-239. ISSN 1532-7817

De Cat, C. (2007) French Dislocation. Interpretation, syntax, acquisition. Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics, 17 . Oxford University Press , Oxford , (288pp). ISBN 978-0-19-923047-1

De Cat, C. (2007) French dislocation without movement. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 25 (3). pp. 485-534. ISSN 1573-0859

De Cat, C. (2005) French subject clitics are not agreement markers. Lingua, 115 (9). pp. 1195-1219. ISSN 0024-3841


Evans, BG and Tomé Lourido, G (2019) Effects of Language Background on the Development of Sociolinguistic Awareness: The Perception of Accent Variation in Monolingual and Multilingual 5- to 7-Year-Old Children. Phonetica, 76 (2-3). pp. 142-162. ISSN 0031-8388


Furneaux, C, Wright, C and Wilding, E (2015) ‘From darkness to light’: First experiences In Developing and Facilitating a MOOC. In: Corbeil, J, Corbeil, M and Khan, B, (eds.) The MOOC Case Book. Linus Publications , pp. 337-348. ISBN 978-1-60797-561-8


Heselwood, B and Plug, L (2011) The role of F2 and F3 in the perception of rhoticity: Evidence from listening experiments. In: Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. UNSPECIFIED. City University of Hong Kong .

Heselwood, B, Plug, L and Tickle, A (2010) Assessing rhoticity using auditory, acoustic and psycho-acoustic methods. In: Heselwood, B and Upton, C, (eds.) Proceedings of Methods XIII. UNSPECIFIED. Peter Lang , 331 - 340.

Heselwood, B, Shitaw, A, Ghummed, A et al. (1 more author) (2015) Epenthetic and excrescent vowels in stop sequences in Tripolitanian Libyan Arabic. In: Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 10-14 Aug 2015, Glasgow. University of Glasgow . ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4


Lingwood, J, Blades, M, Farran, EK et al. (2 more authors) (2018) Using virtual environments to investigate wayfinding in 8- to 12-year-olds and adults. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 166. pp. 178-189. ISSN 0022-0965


Mayr, R, López-Bueno, L, Vázquez Fernández, M et al. (1 more author) (2019) The role of early experience and continued language use in bilingual speech production: A study of Galician and Spanish mid vowels by Galician-Spanish bilinguals. Journal of Phonetics, 72. pp. 1-16. ISSN 1095-8576

Mazeland, H and Plug, L (2010) Doing confirmation with ja/nee hoor. Sequential and prosodic characteristics of a Dutch discourse particle. In: Barth-Weingarten, D, Reber, E and Selting, M, (eds.) Prosody in Interaction. John Benjamins Pub Co , 161 - 188 (406). ISBN 9027226334

Morisseau, T, Davies, C and Matthews, D (2013) How do 3- and 5-year-olds respond to under- and over-informative utterances? Journal of Pragmatics, 59 (Part A). 26 - 39. ISSN 0378-2166


Nelson, D and Vihman, V-A (2018) Bringing the toys to life: Animacy, reference, and anthropomorphism in Toy Story. International Journal of Language and Culture, 5 (2). pp. 203-223. ISSN 2214-3157


Payne, R (2015) Using rewards and sanctions in the classroom: pupils' perceptions of their own responses to current behaviour management strategies. Educational Review, 67 (4). pp. 483-504. ISSN 0013-1911

Pischedda, P (2017) The Linguistic Rebel: Semantic and Syntactic Peculiarity in the Use of Sound Symbolic Forms in Italian Disney Comics. The Language Scholar. ISSN 2398-8509

Plug, L (2014) Acoustic correlates of prosodic marking in spontaneous self-repair in Dutch. In: Fuchs, S, Grice, M, Hermes, A, Lancia, L and Mucke, D, (eds.) Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Productions. Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production, 5 - 8 May 2014, Cologne, Germany. .

Plug, L (2015) Discourse constraints on prosodic marking in lexical replacement repair. Journal of Pragmatics, 87. pp. 80-104. ISSN 0378-2166

Plug, L (2016) Informativeness, Timing and Tempo in Lexical Self-Repair. Language and Speech, 59 (4). pp. 516-543. ISSN 0023-8309

Plug, L (2008) J. R. Firth: A New Biography. Transactions of the Philological Society, 106 (3). 337 - 374. ISSN 0079-1636

Plug, L (2009) On tempo in dispreferred turns: A recurrent pattern in a Dutch corpus. In: Where Prosody Meets Pragmatics. Brill . ISBN 1849506310

Plug, L (2011) Phonetic reduction and informational redundancy in self-initiated self-repair in Dutch. Journal of Phonetics, 39 (3). 289 - 297. ISSN 0095-4470

Plug, L (2010) Pragmatic constraints in Usage-based Phonology, with reference to some Dutch phrases. Journal of Pragmatics, 42 (7). 2014 - 2035. ISSN 0378-2166

Plug, L Prosodic marking and predictability in lexical self-repair. In: Proceedings of ICPhS 2015. 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 10-14 August 2015, Glasgow. ICPhS . (In Press)

Plug, L (2011) Review of Ken Lodge (2009) Fundamental concepts in phonology: Sameness and difference. Phonology, 28 (1). 148 - 154. ISSN 0952-6757

Plug, L (2011) Review of Vigario et al, eds (2009) Phonetics and phonology: Interactions and interrelations. Phonetica, 68 (1-2). 113 - 115 (3). ISSN 0031-8388

Plug, L and Carter, P (2013) Prosodic marking, pitch and intensity in spontaneous lexical self-repair in Dutch. Phonetica, 70 (3). 155 - 181. ISSN 0031-8388

Plug, L and Carter, P (2011) Temporal characteristics of lexical error and appropriateness repairs in spontaneous Dutch speech. In: Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. UNSPECIFIED. City University of Hong Kong .

Plug, L and Carter, P (2014) Timing and tempo in spontaneous phonological error repair. Journal of Phonetics, 45. 52 - 63. ISSN 0095-4470

Plug, L, Sharrack, B and Reuber, M (2011) Metaphors in the description of seizure experiences: Common expressions and differential diagnosis. Language and Cognition, 3 (2). 209 - 234. ISSN 1866-9808

Plug, L, Sharrack, B and Reuber, M (2010) Seizure, Fit or Attack? The Use of Diagnostic Labels by Patients with Epileptic or Non-epileptic Seizures. Applied Linguistics, 31 (1). 94 - 114. ISSN 0142-6001

Plug, L, Shitaw, A and Heselwood, B (2019) Inter-consonantal intervals in Tripolitanian Libyan Arabic: Accounting for variable epenthesis. Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology, 10 (1). 5. ISSN 1868-6346

Plug, L and Smith, R (2017) Phonological complexity, segment rate and speech tempo perception. In: Proceedings of Interspeech 2017. Interspeech 2017, 20-24 Aug 2017, Stockholm, Sweden. International Speech Communication Association (ISCA) , pp. 1403-1406.

Plug, L and Smith, R (2018) Segments, syllables and speech tempo perception. In: Smith, R, (ed.) Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Speech Prosody 2018. Speech Prosody 2018, 13-16 Jun 2018, Poznań, Poland. , pp. 279-283.


Santello, M (2015) Advertising to Italian English Bilinguals in Australia: Attitudes and Response to Language Selection. Applied Linguistics, 36 (1). pp. 95-120. ISSN 0142-6001

Santello, M (2017) ‘Quella era veramente è Little Italy, la nostra Little Italy’: multiple centres, cultural presence and the articulation of spaces of speech from Tasmania. Language in Society, 46 (2). pp. 207-230. ISSN 0047-4045

Serratrice, L and De Cat, C (2019) Individual differences in the production of referential expressions: The effect of language proficiency, language exposure and executive function in bilingual and monolingual children. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. ISSN 1366-7289


Tomé Lourido, G and Evans, BG (2019) The effects of language dominance switch in bilinguals: Galician new speakers' speech production and perception. Bilingualism-Language and Cognition, 22 (3). pp. 637-654. ISSN 1366-7289


Vihman, VA, Nelson, D and Kirby, S (2018) Animacy Distinctions Arise from Iterated Learning. Open Linguistics, 4 (1). pp. 552-565. ISSN 2300-9969


Wang, J, An, N and Wright, C (2018) Enhancing beginner learners’ oral proficiency in a flipped Chinese foreign language classroom. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 31 (5-6). pp. 490-521. ISSN 0958-8221

Whong, M (2011) Language teaching : linguistic theory in practice. Edinburgh University Press . ISBN 074863634X

Whong, M, Marsden, H and Gil, K-H (2013) How we can learn from acquisition: the acquisition-learning debate revisited. In: Proceedings of the 12th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Conference. 12th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition, 26th-28th April 2013, Gainesville, Florida. Cascadilla Press , 203 - 210 (8). ISBN 978-1-57473-461-4

Whong, MK (2013) Applied generative second language acquisition: The need for an agenda and a methodology. In: Whong, MK, Gil, KH and Marsden, H, (eds.) Universal grammar and the second language classroom. Springer , 231 - 247. ISBN 9789400763616

Whong, MK (2013) Universal grammar and the second language classroom. Springer , London . ISBN 9789400763616

Whong, MK (2013) A linguistic perspective on communicative language teaching. Language Learning Journal, 41 (1). 115 - 128. ISSN 0957-1736

Whong, MK, Gil, KH and Marsden, H (2011) L2 acquisition of any: negative evidence, negative implicature and negative L1 transfer. In: Proceedings of the Second Language Research Forum 2010. Second Language Research Forum 2010, 14th-17th October 2010, College Park, Maryland USA. Cascadilla Proceedings Project , 29 - 39. ISBN 978-1-57473-448-5

Whong, MK and Wright, C (2013) Scope and research methodologies. In: Young-Scholten, M and Hershensohn, J, (eds.) The Cambridge handbook of second language acquisition. Cambridge University Press . ISBN 9781107007710

Whong-Barr, MK (2005) Transfer of argument structure and morphology. In: al, LDE, (ed.) 7th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Conference (GASLA). 7th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Conference (GASLA 2004), 15th-18th April 2004, Indiana University Bloomington. Cascdilla Proceedings Project , 269 - 282. ISBN 978-1-57473-406-5

Whong-Barr, MK (2006) What transfers? In: Unsworth, S, Parodi, T, Sorace, A and Young-Scholten, M, (eds.) Paths of development in L1 and L2 acquisition : in honor of Bonnie D. Schwartz. John Benjamins , 187 - 199. ISBN 9027252998

Wright, C (2015) Working memory and L2 development across the lifespan: a commentary. In: Wen, EZ, Mota, MB and McNeil, A, (eds.) Working memory in second language acquisition and processing. Multilingual Matters , Bristol , pp. 285-298. ISBN 9781783093588

Wright, CEM and Tavakoli, P (2016) New directions and developments in defining, analyzing and measuring L2 speech fluency. International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching, 54 (2). pp. 73-77. ISSN 0019-042X

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