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Wray, Alison 2019. Multilingual dementia care: defining the limits of translanguaging. Language Awareness 28 (3) , pp. 227-245. 10.1080/09658416.2019.1636801
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Wray, Alison, Morris, Lydia, Mansell, Warren, Williamson, Tracey and McEvoy, Phil 2018. Communication Empowerment Framework: An integrative framework to support effective communication and interaction between carers and people living with dementia. Dementia 10.1177/1471301218805329
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Wray, Alison 2018. Concluding question: Why don't second language learners more proactively target formulaic sequences? In: Siyanova-Chanturia, Anna and Pellicer-Sanchez, Ana eds. Understanding Formulaic Language: A Second Language Acquisition Perspective, Second Language Acquisition Research Series, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 248-269.

Wray, Alison 2018. Reconstructed pronunciation. In: Lawson, Colin and Stowell, Robin eds. Cambridge encyclopedia of historical performance in Music, Cambridge University Press, pp. 524-526.

Wray, Alison 2018. Dementia: the "communication disease". [Online]. YouTube. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uu63PqWGaU

Wray, Alison 2017. Understanding the challenges of dementia communication. . Youtube. Available at: https://youtu.be/u6cchefGn2M

Wray, Alison 2017. Formulaic sequences as a regulatory mechanism for cognitive perturbations during the achievement of social goals. Topics in Cognitive Science 9 (3) , pp. 569-587. 10.1111/tops.12257
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Wray, Alison 2017. The language of dementia science and the science of dementia language: linguistic interpretations of an interdisciplinary research field. Journal of Language and Social Psychology 36 (1) , pp. 80-95. 10.1177/0261927X16663591
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Buerki, Andreas, Wray, Alison and Fitzpatrick, Tess 2016. Linguistic markers and risk of Alzheimer's Disease. Presented at: BRACE Annual Celebration 2016, Filton, UK, 6 June 2016.

Wray, Alison, Bell, Huw and Jones, Katy 2016. How native and non-native speakers of English interpret unfamiliar formulaic sequences. European Journal of English Studies 20 (1) , pp. 47-63. 10.1080/13825577.2015.1136163
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Wallace, Mike and Wray, Alison 2016. Critical reading and writing for postgraduates (3rd edition). Sage Study Skills Series, Sage.

Wray, Alison 2016. Accommodating 'unaccustomed pragmatic spaces' in Arbib's model Comment on "Towards a Computational Comparative Neuroprimatology: Framing the language-ready brain. Physics of Life Reviews 16 , pp. 101-104. 10.1016/j.plrev.2016.01.014
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Wray, Alison 2016. Mechanisms of conflict and aggression in the dementia context. Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 4 (1) , pp. 115-140. 10.1075/jlac.4.1.05wra
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Wray, Alison 2016. Reconstructed pronunciation [in press]. In: Lawson, C. and Stowell, Robin eds. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Historical Performance in Music, Cambridge University Press,

Wray, Alison 2015. Why are we so sure we know what a word is? In: Taylor, John R. ed. The Oxford Handbook of the Word, Oxford Handbooks, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 725-750. (10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199641604.013.032)

Wray, Alison and Wallace, Mike 2015. Developing research expertise in applied linguistics: capacity-building for today’s interdisciplinary challenges. ITL: International Journal of Applied Linguistics 166 (1) , pp. 3-36. 10.1075/itl.166.1.01wra
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Wray, Alison 2014. Formulaic language and threat: the challenge of empathy and compassion in Alzheimer's disease interaction. In: Schrauf, R. W. and Müller, N. eds. Dialogue and dementia: cognitive and communicative resources for engagement, Language and Speech Disorders, London: Psychology Press, pp. 263-286.

Wray, Alison and Wallace, Mike 2014. Developing social science research expertise: a resource and guide for trainers. [Online]. National Centre for Research Methods. Available at: http://www.restore.ac.uk/researchexpertise/

Wray, Alison 2014. Developing comprehensive criteria of adequacy: the challenge of hybridity. In: Gómez-González, María de los Ángeles, Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, Francisco José, García, Francisco Gonzálvez and Downing, Angela eds. The Functional Perspective on Language and Discourse : Applications and Implications, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 19-36.

Wray, Alison 2014. Dementia and language. In: Chapelle, Carol ed. The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, Wiley, pp. 1-6. (10.1002/9781405198431.wbeal1441)

Wray, Alison 2013. Mislaying compassion: linguistic triggers for inadequate care-giving in Alzheimer's Disease care. In: Davis, Boyd H. and Guendouzi, Jacqueline eds. Pragmatics in Dementia Discourse, Advances in Pragmatics and Discourse Analysis, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 117-145.

Fitzpatrick, Tess, Playfoot, David, Wray, Alison and Wright, Margaret J. 2013. Establishing the reliability of word association data for investigating individual and group differences. Applied Linguistics n/a 10.1093/applin/amt020
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Wray, Alison 2013. Formulaic language. Language Teaching 46 (3) , pp. 316-334. 10.1017/S0261444813000013
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Wray, Alison 2013. Formulaic language: Pushing the boundaries (China edition). Oxford Applied Linguistics Series, Shanghai Foreign Language Teaching Press/Oxford University Press.

Wray, Alison 2013. Formulaic sequences. In: Chapelle, Carol ed. The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, Vol. 4. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 2200-2205.

Wray, Alison 2012. Formulaic language. In: Robinson, Peter ed. Routledge Encyclopedia of Second Language Acquisition, Routledge, pp. 252-256.

Wray, Alison 2012. What do we (think we) know about formulaic language? An evaluation of the current state of play. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 32 (1) , pp. 231-254. 10.1017/S026719051200013X
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Wray, Alison and Bloomer, Aileen 2012. Projects in linguistics and language studies (3rd edition). Hodder Education.

Mac-Giolla Chriost, Diarmait, Carlin, Patrick Joseph, Davies, Sioned Mair, Fitzpatrick, Tess, Jones, Anys, Heath-Davies, Rachel, Marshall, Jennifer Jane, Morris, Steve, Price, Adrian, Vanderplank, Robert, Walter, Catherine and Wray, Alison 2012. Welsh for adults teaching and learning approaches, methodologies and resources: a comprehensive research study and critical review of the way forward. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Welsh Government. Available at: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/welsh/resources/FINAL%20W...
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Wray, Alison 2012. Patterns of formulaic language in Alzheimer's disease: implications for quality of life. Quality in Ageing and Older Adults 13 (3) , pp. 168-175. 10.1108/14717791211264034

Mollet, Eugene, Wray, Alison and Fitzpatrick, Tess 2011. Accessing second-order collocation through lexical co-occurrence networks. In: Herbst, Thomas, Faulhaber, Susen and Uhrig, Peter eds. Phraseological View of Language: A Tribute to John Sinclair, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 87-122.

Wray, Alison and Wallace, Mike 2011. Accelerating the development of expertise: a step-change in social science research capacity building. British Journal of Educational Studies 59 (3) , pp. 241-264. 10.1080/00071005.2011.599790

Lindholm, Camilla and Wray, Alison 2011. Proverbs and formulaic sequences in the language of elderly people with dementia. Dementia: The International Journal of Social Research and Practice 10 (3) , pp. 1-21. 10.1177/1471301211413338

Wallace, Mike and Wray, Alison 2011. Scholarly Reading as a Model for Scholarly Writing. In: Rocco, Tonette S. and Hatcher, Tim eds. The Handbook of Scholarly Writing and Publishing, The Jossey-Bass Higher and Adult Education Series, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, pp. 44-61.

Wallace, Mike and Wray, Alison 2011. Scholarly reading as a model for scholarly writing. In: Rocco, Tonette S. and Hatcher, Tim eds. The Handbook of Scholarly Writing and Publishing, Jossey-Bass higher and adult education series, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, pp. 44-61.

Wallace, Mike and Wray, Alison 2011. Critical reading and writing for postgraduates. 2nd ed. SAGE Study Skills Series, London: Sage.

Wray, Alison 2011. Formulaic language as a barrier to effective communication with people with Alzheimer's Disease. Canadian Modern Languages Review 67 (4) , pp. 429-458. 10.3138/cmlr.67.4.429

Wray, Alison 2011. Games for studying language origins and change. In: Kuiper, Koenraad ed. Teaching Linguistics: Reflections on Practice, London: Equinox, pp. 154-181.

Wray, Alison, Mollet, Eugene and Fitzpatrick, Tess 2011. Accessing second-order collocation through lexical co-occurrence networks. In: Faulhaber, Susan, Herbst, Thomas and Uhrig, Peter eds. The Phraseological View of Language: A Tribute to John Sinclair, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 87-122.

Wray, Alison 2011. Perspectives on Formulaic Language: Acquisition and Communication – Edited by David Wood [Book Review]. International Journal of Applied Linguistics 21 (1) , pp. 127-133. 10.1111/j.1473-4192.2010.00279.x

Wray, Alison and Fitzpatrick, Tess 2010. Pushing learners to the extreme: the artificial use of prefabricated material in conversation. Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching 4 (1) , pp. 37-52. 10.1080/17501220802596413

Mollet, Eugène, Wray, Alison, Fitzpatrick, Tess, Wray, Naomi R. and Wright, Margaret J. 2010. Choosing the best tools for comparative analyses of texts. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 15 (4) , pp. 429-473. 10.1075/ijcl.15.4.01mol

Wray, Alison and Fitzpatrick, Tess 2010. Pushing speakers to the extreme: the artificial use of prefabricated material in conversation. Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching 4 (1) , pp. 37-51. 10.1080/17501220802596413

Wray, Alison 2010. We've Had a Wonderful, Wonderful Thing: formulaic interaction when an expert has dementia. Dementia: The International Journal of Social Research and Practice 9 (4) , pp. 517-534. 10.1177/1471301210381677

Wallace, Mike and Wray, Alison 2009. Complexity theory and emergent change. Case study. In: Saunders, Mark, Lewis, Philip and Thornhill, Adrian eds. Research Methods for Business Students. 5th ed., Harlow: Prentice Hall, pp. 102-104.

Wray, Alison 2009. Identifying formulaic language: persistent challenges and new opportunities. In: Corrigan, Roberta L., Moravcsik, Edith A., Oulali, Hamid and Wheatley, Kathleen M. eds. Formulaic Language: Distribution and Historical Change, Vol. 1. Typological Studies in Language, vol. 82. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 27-52.

Wray, Alison 2009. Preface: A research network model. In: Fitzpatrick, Tess and Barfield, Andy eds. Lexical Processing in Second Language Learners: Papers and Perspectives in Honour of Paul Meara, Second Language Acquisition, Clevedon: Multilingual Matters, xi-xvii.

Wray, Alison 2009. Conclusion: Navigating L2 collocation research. In: Barfield, A. and Gyllstad, H. eds. Researching Collocations in Another Language: Multiple Interpretations, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 232-244.

Wray, Alison 2009. Future directions in formulaic language research. Journal of Foreign languages 32 (6) , pp. 2-17.

Wray, Alison and Pegg, Christine Ann 2009. The effect of memorized learning on the writing scores of Chinese IELTS test takers. In: Thompson, P., HOlliday, J. and Taylor, L. eds. IELTS Research Reports, vol. 9. IELTS Australia, pp. 191-216.

Wray, Alison 2009. Hurford, James R. The origins of meaning: language in the light of evolution - 408pp, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2007, Hardback, £29.95, ISBN :95978-0199207855 [Book Review]. Functions of Language 16 (2) , pp. 298-308. 10.1075/fol.16.2.07wra

Wray, Alison 2008. Formulaic language: Pushing the boundaries. Oxford Applied Linguistics, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Wray, Alison and Bloomer, Aileen 2008. Projects in linguistics : a practical guide to researching language (2nd ed.). London: Hodder Arnold.

Wray, Alison 2008. Genes and the conceptualisation of language knowledge. Genomics, Society, and Policy 4 (1) , pp. 58-73. 10.1186/1746-5354-4-1-58

Wray, Alison 2008. The puzzle of language learning: from child’s play to ‘linguaphobia’. Language Teaching 41 (2) , pp. 255-273. 10.1017/S0261444807004909
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Wray, Alison 2008. Formulaic sequences and language disorders. In: Ball, M.J., Perkins, M.R., Müller, N. and Howard, S. eds. Handbook of Clinical Linguistics, Blackwell Handbooks in Linguistics, Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 184-197.

Wray, Alison and Fitzpatrick, T. 2008. Why can't you just leave it alone? Deviations from memorized language as a gauge of nativelike competence. In: Meunier, F. and Granger, S. eds. Phraseology in foreign language learning and teaching, Philadelphia, PA: John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 123-148.

Wray, Alison and Grace, George 2007. The consequences of talking to strangers: Evolutionary corollaries of socio-cultural influences on linguistic form. Lingua 117 (3) , pp. 543-578. 10.1016/j.lingua.2005.05.005

Wray, Alison 2007. Set phrases in second language acquisition. In: Burger, Harald, Drobovol'skij, Dmitrij, Kuehn, Peter and Norrick, Neal R. eds. Phraseologie / Phraseology: Ein internationales Handbuch zeitgenössischer Forschung / An International Handbook of Contemporary Research, Vol. 1. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 870-881.

Wray, Alison 2007. "Needs only" analysis in linguistic ontogeny and phylogeny. In: Lyon, Caroline, Nehaniv, Chrystopher L. and Cangelosi, Angelo eds. Emergence of Communication and Language, London: Springer, pp. 53-70. (10.1007/978-1-84628-779-4)

Wray, Alison and Bloomer, Aileen 2006. Projects in linguistics: a practical guide, 2nd ed. London: Arnold.

Wray, Alison 2006. Idiomaticity in an L2: linguistic processing as a predictor of success. In: Beavan, B. ed. IATEFL 2005 Cardiff Conference Selections: 39th International Annual Conference, Cardiff, 5-9 April 2005, IATEFL, pp. 53-60.

Wray, Alison 2006. Joining the dots: the evolutionary picture of language and music. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 16 (1) , pp. 103-105.

Wray, Alison 2006. Formulaic language. In: Brown, Keith ed. Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Vol. 4. Oxford: Elsevier, pp. 590-597.

Fitzpatrick, Tess and Wray, Alison 2006. Breaking up is not so hard to do: individual differences in L2 memorisation. Canadian Modern Language Review 63 (1) , pp. 35-57. 10.3138/cmlr.63.1.35

Wallace, Mike and Wray, Alison 2006. Critical reading and writing for postgraduates. Sage Study Skills, London: Sage.

Wray, Alison 2005. The explanatory advantages of the holistic protolanguage model: the case of linguistic irregularity. Commentary on Arbib. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28 (2) , pp. 147-148. 10.1017/S0140525X05450037

Wray, Alison 2005. The broadening scope of animal communication research. In: Tallerman, Maggie ed. Language Origins: Perspectives on Evolution, Studies in the Evolution of Language, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 232-238.

Wray, Alison 2005. Looking at the WHY in phraseology: a psycholinguistic perspective on patterns in text. In: Cosme, C., Gouverneur, C., Meunier, F. and Pauot, M. eds. Phraseology 2005: The Many Faces of Phraseology, Louvain-la-Neuve: Université Catholique de Louvain, pp. 23-26.

Wray, Alison and Staczek, John J. 2005. One word or two? Psycholinguistic and sociolinguistic interpretations of meaning in a court case. International Journal of Speech Language and the Law 12 (1) , pp. 1-18. 10.1558/ijsll.v12i1.1

Wray, Alison, Cox, Stephen, Lincoln, Mike and Tryggvason, Judy 2004. A formulaic approach to translation at the Post Office: reading signs. Language & Communication 24 (1) , pp. 59-75. 10.1016/j.langcom.2003.08.001

Wray, Alison 2004. 'Here's one I prepared earlier': formulaic language learning on television. In: Schmitt, Norbert ed. Formulaic Sequences: Acquisition, Processing and Use, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 249-268. (10.1075/lllt.9.13wra)

Wray, Alison and Namba, Kazuhiko 2003. Use of formulaic language by a Japanese-English bilingual child: a practical approach to data analysis. Japan Journal for Multilingualism and Multiculturalism 9 (1) , pp. 24-51.

Wray, Alison 2002. Formulaic language and the lexicon. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Wray, Alison, ed. 2002. The transition to language. Oxford linguistics, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Wallace, Mike and Wray, Alison 2002. The fall and rise of linguists in education policy-making: From "common sense" to common ground. Language Policy 1 (1) , pp. 75-98.

Wray, Alison 2002. Dual processing in protolanguage: performance without competence. In: Wray, Alison ed. The Transition to Language, Oxford Studies in the Evolution of Language, Oxford University Press, pp. 113-137.

Wray, Alison 2002. Formulaic language in computer-supported communication: theory meets reality. Language AwarenesS 11 (2) , pp. 114-131. 10.1080/09658410208667050

Wray, Alison and Perkins, Michael R. 2000. The functions of formulaic language: an integrated model. Language & Communication 20 (1) , pp. 1-28. 10.1016/S0271-5309(99)00015-4

Wray, Alison 2000. Pronunciation of the texts. [CD]. Salisbury Cathedral Boy Choristers, Gabrieli Consort & Paul McCreesh. John Sheppard: Missa Cantata. CD recording 457 2000.

Wray, Alison 2000. Holistic utterances in protolanguage: the link from primates to humans. In: Knight, Chris, Studdert-Kennedy, Michael and Hurford, James R. eds. The Evolutionary Emergence of Language: Social Function and the Origins of Linguistic Form, New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 285-302.

Wray, Alison 2000. Formulaic sequences in second language teaching: principle and practice. Applied Linguistics 21 (4) , pp. 463-489. 10.1093/applin/21.4.463

Wray, Alison 1999. Formulaic language in learners and native speakers. Language Teaching 32 (4) , pp. 213-231.

Wray, Alison 1999. Singers on the trail of 'authentic' Early Modern English: the puzzling case of /æː/ and /ɛː/. Transactions of the Philological Society 97 (2) , pp. 185-211.

Wray, Alison, Trott, Kate and Bloomer, Aileen 1998. Projects in linguistics: a practical guide to researching language. London: Arnold.

Wray, Alison 1998. Protolanguage as a holistic system for social interaction. Language and Communication 18 (1) , pp. 47-67. 10.1016/S0271-5309(97)00033-5

Ryan, Ann and Wray, Alison, eds. 1997. Evolving models of language: papers from the annual meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics held at the University of Wales, Swansea, September 1996. British Studies in Applied Linguistics, vol. 12. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

Wray, Alison 1996. English pronunciation c. 1500-1700. In: Morehen, John ed. English Choral Practice 1400-1650, Cambridge Studies in Performance Practice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 90-108.

Wray, Alison 1996. The occurrence of 'occurance' and 'alot' of other things 'aswell': patterns of errors in undergraduate English. In: Blue, George M. and Mitchell, Rosamund eds. Language and Education: Papers from the Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics held at the University of Southampton, September 1995, British Studies in Applied Linguistics, Clevedon: British Association for Applied Linguistics in association with Multilingual Matters, pp. 94-106.

Wray, Alison 1995. The sound of Latin in England before and after the Reformation. In: Morehen, John ed. English Choral Practice, 1400-1650, Cambridge Studies in Performance Practice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 74-89.

Wray, Alison 1992. The focusing hypothesis: the theory of left hemisphere lateralised language re-examined. Studies in Speech Pathology and Clinical Linguistics, Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Wray, Alison 1992. Pronunciation. In: Knighton, T. and Fallows, D. eds. The Dent Everyman Companion to Medieval and Renaissance Music, London: Dent, pp. 292-299.

Wray, Alison 1992. Authentic pronunciation for early music. In: Paynter, John, Howell, Tim, Orton, Richard and Seymour, Peter eds. Companion to Contemporary Musical Thought, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 1051-1064.

Wray, Alison 1990. The Singers' Language Project. Voice Research Society Newsletter 4 (2) , pp. 13-14.

Wray, Alison 1990. The dual systems ('focusing') hypothesis: a right hemisphere account for left hemisphere language. Speculations in Science and Technology 13 (1) , pp. 3-12.

Wray, Alison 1989. The values and shortcomings of phonetic script as a tool for singers. Singing 16 , pp. 21-24.

Wray, Alison 1988. Phonetic transcription for singers? Voice Research Society Newsletter 3 (1) , pp. 5-7.

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