Tim Grant
Tim Grant
Centre for Forensic Linguistics, Aston University
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Is cyberstalking different?
LP Sheridan, T Grant
Psychology, crime & law 13 (6), 627-640, 2007
The question of question types in police interviews: a review of the literature from a psychological and linguistic perspective.
GE Oxburgh, T Myklebust, T Grant
International Journal of Speech, Language & the Law 17 (1), 2010
Molecular architecture of the" stressosome," a signal integration and transduction hub
J Marles-Wright, T Grant, O Delumeau, G Van Duinen, SJ Firbank, ...
Science 322 (5898), 92-96, 2008
Quantifying evidence in forensic authorship analysis.
T Grant
International Journal of Speech, Language & the Law 14 (1), 2007
To link or not to link: A test of the case linkage principles using serial car theft data
M Tonkin, T Grant, JW Bond
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 5 (1‐2), 59-77, 2008
Identifying reliable, valid markers of authorship: a response to Chaski
T Grant, K Baker
Forensic Linguistics 8, 66-79, 2001
Text messaging forensics: Txt 4n6: idiolect-free authorship analysis?
T Grant
The Routledge handbook of forensic linguistics, 558-575, 2020
TXT 4N6: method, consistency, and distinctiveness in the analysis of SMS text messages
T Grant
JL & Pol'y 21, 467, 2012
‘twazn me!!!;(’automatic authorship analysis of micro-blogging messages
RS Silva, G Laboreiro, L Sarmento, T Grant, E Oliveira, B Maia
International Conference on Application of Natural Language to Information …, 2011
From marine ecology to crime analysis: Improving the detection of serial sexual offences using a taxonomic similarity measure
J Woodhams, TD Grant, ARG Price
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 4 (1), 17-27, 2007
Approaching questions in forensic authorship analysis
T Grant
Dimensions of forensic linguistics 5, 215, 2008
Understanding the factors that affect the severity of juvenile stranger sex offenses: The effect of victim characteristics and number of suspects
J Woodhams, R Gillett, T Grant
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 22 (2), 218-237, 2007
Assuming identities online: Experimental linguistics applied to the policing of online paedophile activity
T Grant, N Macleod
Applied linguistics 37 (1), 50-70, 2016
Whose Tweet? Authorship analysis of micro-blogs and other short-form messages
N MacLeod, T Grant
Aston University, 2012
Criminal psychology: A beginner's guide
R Bull, C Cooke, R Hatcher
Simon and Schuster, 2009
Communication in investigative and legal contexts: Integrated approaches from forensic psychology, linguistics and law enforcement
G Oxburgh, T Myklebust, T Grant, R Milne
John Wiley & Sons, 2015
Developing a categorization system for rapists’ speech
J Woodhams, T Grant
Psychology, Crime & Law 12 (3), 245-260, 2006
Rape myth in true and false rape allegations
R Norton, T Grant
Psychology, Crime & Law 14 (4), 275-285, 2008
To challenge, or not to challenge? Best practice when interviewing vulnerable suspects
BM O’Mahony, B Milne, T Grant
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 6 (3), 301-313, 2012
Bridging the gap between stylistic and cognitive approaches to authorship analysis using Systemic Functional Linguistics and multidimensional analysis.
A Nini, T Grant
International Journal of Speech, Language & the Law 20 (2), 2013
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