2008 “Stringing together a sentence: Linearity and the lexis-syntax interface.” In Language, People, Numbers: Corpus Linguistics and Society, ed. by A. Gerbig and O. Mason, 231–248. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
2009a “Chunking in ELF: Expressions for managing interaction.” Journal of Intercultural Pragmatics 6(2): 217–233. Reprinted, 2012, in Corpus Linguistics, Volume 1, ed. by D. Biber & R. Reppen, 271-286. London: Sage.
2009b “Managing interaction: A linear perspective on interactive speech.” In Corpora and Discourse – and Stuff: Papers in Honour of Karin Aijmer, ed. by R. Bower, M. Mobärg and S. Ohlander, 213–221. Göteborg: University of Gothenburg.
2012 “Linear Unit Grammar.” In The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, ed. by C. A. Chapelle, 3409–3417. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
2016 “Temporality in speech - Linear Unit Grammar.” English Text Construction 9(1): 77–98.
McCarthy, M. J.
2010 “Spoken fluency revisited.” English Profile Journal 1(1).
1956 “The magical number seven, plus or minus two: Some limits on our capacity for processing information.” Psychological Review 63: 81– 97.
Monschau, J., R. Kreyer and J. Mukherjee
2004 “Syntax and semantics at tone unit boundaries.” Anglia-Zeitschrift für englische Philologie 121(4): 581–609.
1998Fixed Expressions and Idioms in English: A Corpus-based Approach. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
2001Form and Function of Parasyntactic Presentation Structures: A Corpus-based Study of Talk Units in Spoken English. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
2010A Grammar of Spoken English Discourse: The Intonation of Increments. London: Continuum.
2005Syntactic Carpentry: An Emergentist Approach to Syntax. Mahwah, N.J: Lawrence Erlbaum.
2008 “Language without grammar.” In Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition, ed. by P. Robinson and N. Ellis, 139–167. New York: Routledge.
Renouf, A. and J. McH. Sinclair
1991 “Collocational frameworks in English.” In English Corpus Linguistics: Studies in Honour of Jan Svartvik, ed. by Karin Aijmer and Bengt Altenberg, 128–143. London: Longman.
Schegloff, E. A.
2013 “Ten operations in self-initiated, same-turn repair.” In Conversational Repair and Human Understanding, ed. by M. Hayashi, G. Raymond and J. Sidnell, 41–70. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Sinclair, J. McH.
1993/2004 “Written Discourse Structure.” In Trust the Text: Language, Corpus and Discourse, ed. by J. McH. Sinclair and R. Carter, 82–101. London: Routledge.
Sinclair, J. McH.
1996 “The search for units of meaning.” Textus 9(1): 75–106.
Sinclair, J. McH. and A. Mauranen
2006Linear Unit Grammar. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
2016Discourse Reflexivity in Linear Unit Grammar: The Case of IMDb Message Boards. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
2017 “Linear unit discourse analysis: The case of peer group interaction in the HKDSE public examination.” The Asian Journal of Applied Linguistics 4(2): 148–160.
Stefanowitsch, A. and S. T. Gries
2003 “Collostructions: Investigating the interaction of words and constructions.” International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 8(2): 209–243.
2007 “An example of frequent English phraseology: Distributions, structures and functions.” In Corpus Linguistics 25 years on, ed. by R. Facchinetti, 89–106. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
Vetchinnikova, S. and A. Mauranen
2017 “Chunking- the cognitive basis of a dynamic grammar.” Paper presented at AAAL 2017 Conference, March 19, Portland, Oregon.
Vetchinnikova, S., A. Mauranen and N. Mikusová
2017 “Investigating the relevant units of online speech processing.” In INTERSPEECH 2017 – 18th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, August 20–24, Stockholm, Sweden. Proceedings, 811–812.
(ed.)2015Cognitive Neuroscience and Natural Language Use. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2002Formulaic Language and the Lexicon. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2008Formulaic Language: Pushing the Boundaries. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Zacks, J. M. and B. Tversky.
2001 “Event structure in perception and conception.” Psychological Bulletin 127: 3–21.
Zacks, J. M. and K. M. Swallow
2007. “Event segmentation.” Current Directions in Psychological Science 16(2): 80–84.