Dr Samuel Larner
Dr Samuel Larner
Senior Lecturer in Forensic Linguistics, Manchester Metropolitan University
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Cross-cultural deception detection
PJ Taylor, S Larner, SM Conchie, S Van der Zee
Detecting deception: Current challenges and cognitive approaches, 175-201, 2015
322015
Culture moderates changes in linguistic self-presentation and detail provision when deceiving others
PJ Taylor, S Larner, SM Conchie, T Menacere
Royal Society open science 4 (6), 170128, 2017
232017
A preliminary investigation into the use of fixed formulaic sequences as a marker of authorship
S Larner
International Journal of Speech Language and the Law 21 (1), 2014
142014
Forensic authorship analysis and the world wide web
S Larner
Springer, 2014
92014
From intellectual challenges to established corpus techniques: introduction to the special issue on forensic linguistics
S Larner
Corpora 10 (2), 131-143, 2015
52015
To cut a long story short: an analysis of formulaic sequences in short written narratives and their potential as markers of authorship
S Tomblin
Aston University, 2013
52013
Using a core word to identify different forms of semantically related formulaic sequences and their potential as a marker of authorship
S Larner
Corpora 11 (3), 343-369, 2016
22016
Book Review: A comparative review of The Routledge Handbook of Forensic Linguistics and The Oxford Handbook of Language and Law
SD Larner
Language and Law—Linguagem e Direito 1 (1), 194-197, 2014
12014
Introduction: The UNABOM Investigation
S Larner
Forensic Authorship Analysis and the World Wide Web, 1-11, 2014
12014
Coulthard, Malcolm
S Tomblin
The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, 2012
12012
Formulaic Sequences as a Potential Marker of Deception: A Preliminary Investigation
S Larner
The Palgrave Handbook of Deceptive Communication, 327-346, 2019
2019
Forensic linguistics
S Larner
The Palgrave Handbook of Applied Linguistics Research Methodology, 703-718, 2018
2018
Formulaic word n-grams as markers of forensic authorship attribution: Identification of recurrent n-grams in adult L1 English writers’ short personal narratives
S Larner
Phraseology in Legal and Institutional Settings, 258-277, 2017
2017
Identification of recurrent n-grams in adult L1 English writers’ short personal narratives
S Larner
Phraseology in Legal and Institutional Settings: A Corpus-based …, 2017
2017
A comparative review of The Routledge Handbook of Forensic Linguistics Malcolm Coulthard & Alison Johnson (eds)
S Larner
Language and Law= Linguagem e Direito 1 (1), 2017
2017
The Web as Corpus and Authorship Attribution
S Larner
Forensic Authorship Analysis and the World Wide Web, 12-34, 2014
2014
Attributing Documents to Candidate Authors Using Idiolectal Co-selection and the Web
S Larner
Forensic Authorship Analysis and the World Wide Web, 49-57, 2014
2014
Attributing Documents to Unknown Authors Using Idiolectal Co-selection and the Web
S Larner
Forensic Authorship Analysis and the World Wide Web, 35-48, 2014
2014
The Suitability of the Web for Producing Forensic Evidence
S Larner
Forensic Authorship Analysis and the World Wide Web, 58-69, 2014
2014
Investigating formulaic language as a marker of Authorship
S Larner
2012
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