Durrant, P. & M. Brenchley (forthcoming). The development of academic collocations in children’s writing. In P. Szudarski & S. Barclay (Eds). Vocabulary Theory, Patterning and Teaching. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
Omidian, T., A. Siyanova-Chanturia & P. Durrant (forthcoming). The Use of Academic Formulae in University Students’ Writing: A Multi-Level Analysis of Genre and Discipline Specificity. In P. Szudarski & S. Barclay (Eds). Vocabulary Theory, Patterning and Teaching. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
Durrant, P. & A. Siyanova-Chanturia (2015). Learner corpora and psycholinguistic research. In S. Granger, G. Gilquin and F. Meunier (Eds) The Cambridge Handbook of Learner Corpus Research. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Ardavani, S. & P. Durrant (2015). How have political and socio-economic issues impacted on the motivation of Iranian university students to learn English?. In C. Kennedy (Ed). English language teaching in the Islamic Republic of Iran: Innovations, trends and challenges. London: British Council: 33-45.
Jones, M. & P. Durrant (2010). What can a corpus tell us about vocabulary teaching materials? In M.McCarthy and A.O’Keeffe (Eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Corpus Linguistics: London: Routledge: 387-400.
Durrant & M. Brenchley (2019). Corpus research on the development of children’s writing in L1 English. In A. Abel, A. Glaznieks, V. Lyding & L. Nicolas (Eds), Widening the Scope of Learner Corpus Research. Selected Papers from the Fourth Learner Corpus Research Conference. Presses Universitaires de Lovain.
Durrant (2019). Averil Coxhead, ‘Vocabulary and English for Specific Purposes Research’. TESOL Quarterly. DOI: 10.1002/tesq491.
Durrant, P., C. Walker & R. Michel (2015). Using PTE Academic to predict achievement and measure proficiency gains in an intensive EAP foundation programme. PTE Academic Research Notes.
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