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Zharkova, Natalia and Hewlett, Nigel and Hardcastle, William J and Lickley, Robin (2014) Spatial and temporal lingual coarticulation and motor control in preadolescents. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 57. pp. 374-388. ISSN 1092-4388
Geng, Christian C. and Turk, Alice and Scobbie, James M and Macmartin, Cedric and Hoole, Philip and Richmond, Korin and Wrench, Alan A and Pouplier, Marianne and Bard, Ellen Gurman and Campbell, Ziggy and Dickie, Catherine and Dubourg, Eddie and Hardcastle, William J and Kainada, Evia and King, Simon and Lickley, Robin and Nakai, Satsuki and Renals, Steve and White, Kevin and Wiegand, Ronny (2013) Recording speech articulation in dialogue: Evaluating a synchronized double Electromagnetic Articulography setup. Journal of Phonetics, 41 (6). pp. 421-431. ISSN 0095-4470
Scobbie, James M and Turk, Alice and Geng, Christian and King, Simon and Lickley, Robin and Richmond, Korin (2013) The Edinburgh Speech Production Facility DoubleTalk Corpus. Proceedings of 14th Interspeech, Lyon.
Brocklehurst, P and Lickley, Robin and Corley, M (2013) Revisiting Bloodstein's Anticipatory Struggle Hypothesis from a psycholinguistic perspective: A Variable Release Threshold hypothesis of stuttering. Journal of Communication Disorders, 46 (3). pp. 217-237. ISSN 0021-9924
Brocklehurst, PH and Lickley, Robin and Corley, M (2012) The influence of anticipation of word misrecognition on the likelihood of stuttering. Journal of Communication Disorders, 45 (3). pp. 147-160. ISSN 0021-9924
McMillan, Corey and Corley, Martin and Lickley, Robin (2009) Articulatory evidence for feedback and competition in speech production. Language and Cognitive Processes, 24 (1). pp. 44-66. ISSN 01690965
Lickley, Robin (2007) Some stuttering treatments are 'possibly effective' for some people, but more rigorous trials are required. Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention, 1 (4). pp. 156-158. ISSN 1748-9547 (electronic) 1748-9539 (paper)
Lickley, Robin (2007) Pharmacological approaches are not indicated for the treatment of stuttering. Evidence based Communication Assessment and Intervention, 1 (4). pp. 159-162. ISSN 1748-9539
Schepman, A and Lickley, Robin and Ladd, D. Robert (2006) Effects of vowel length and “right context” on the alignment of Dutch nuclear accents. Journal of Phonetics, 34 (1). pp. 1-28. ISSN 0095-4470
Lickley, Robin and Schepman, A. and Ladd, D. Robert (2005) Alignment of "Phrase Accent" Lows in Dutch Falling Rising Questions: Theoretical and Methodological Implications. Language and Speech, 48 (2). pp. 157-183. ISSN 0023-8309
McMillan, Corey and Corley, Martin and Lickley , Robin and Hartsuiker, R, J (2005) Relative contributions of feedback and editing in language production: Behavioral & articulatory evidence(A). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 117 (4). p. 2618. ISSN 0001-4966
Lickley, Robin and Hartsuiker, Robert J and Corley, Martin and Russell, Melanie and Nelson, Ruth (2005) Judgment of disfluency in people who stutter and people who do not stutter : Results from magnitude estimation. Language and Speech, 48 (3). pp. 299-312. ISSN 0023-8309
Hewlett, Nigel and Kelsey, Cherry and Lickley, Robin (2003) Children's perception of direct and indirect reported speech. Proceedings of 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), Barcelona. pp. 1313-1316.
Lickley , Robin and Bard, E. G. and Nicholson, H.B.M. and Anderson, A.H and Flecha-Garcia, M.L and Kenicer, D and Smallwood, L and Mullin , J and Cheng, Yan (2003) Disfluency under feedback and time-pressure. EUROSPEECH 2003 - INTERSPEECH 2003 8th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology. pp. 205-208.
Finlayson, Sheena and Forrest, Victoria and Lickley, Robin and Beck, Janet M (2003) Effects of the restriction of hand gestures on disfluency. Proceedings of Diss, Gothenburg Papers in Theoretical Linguistics, 90. pp. 21-24. ISSN 0349-1021
Nicholson, H.B.M. and Bard, E. G. and Lickley , Robin and Anderson, A.H and Mullin , J and Kenicer, D and Smallwood, L (2003) The Intentionality of disfluency: Findings from feedback and timing. Proceedings of Diss, Gothenburg Papers in Theoretical Linguistics 90, 17-20. , 90. pp. 17-20. ISSN ISSN 0281-2847 (Unpublished)
Lickley, Robin and Russell, Melanie and Corley, Martin (2002) Are adults who stammer too sensitive? Speaking Out: British Stammering Association's magazine. (Autumn).
Bard, Ellen. G and Aylett, Matthew. P and Lickley, Robin (2002) Towards a psycholinguistics of dialogue: defining reaction time and error rate in a dialogue corpus. Proceedings of the sixth workshop on the semantics and pragmatics of dialogue (EDILOG 2002). pp. 29-36.
Lickley, Robin and Bard, E. G. (1998) When Can Listeners Detect Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech? Language and Speech, 41 (2). pp. 203-226. ISSN 0023-8309
Shriberg, E. E. and Lickley , Robin (1993) Intonation of clause-internal filled pauses. Phonetica, 50 (3). pp. 172-179. ISSN 1423-0321
Russell, Melanie and Corley, Martin and Lickley , Robin (2005) Magnitude estimation of disfluency by stutterers and nonstutterers. In: Phonological Encoding and Monitoring in Normal and Pathological Speech. Routledge , UK, pp. 248-260. ISBN 978-1-84169-262-3 (hardback) 978-0-203-50619-6 (electronic)
Hartsuiker, Robert J and Kolk, Herman H. J and Lickley, Robin (2005) Stuttering on function words and content words : a computational test of the covert repair hypothesis. In: Phonological Encoding and Monitoring in Normal and Pathological Speech. Routledge, UK, pp. 261-280. ISBN 978-1-84169-262-3 (hardback) 978-0-203-50619-6 (electronic)
Zharkova, Natalia and Hewlett, Nigel and Lickley, Robin (2012) Lingual Coarticulation in Preadolescents and Adults: An Ultrasound Study. ESRC End of Award Report, RES-000-22-4075. Other. ESRC, Swindon.
Zharkova, Natalia and Lickley, Robin and Hardcastle, William J (2014) Development of lingual coarticulation and articulatory constraints between childhood and adolescence: an ultrasound study. In: Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP), 5 – 8 May 2014, Cologne, Germany.