All publications are 'open access'. Anyone can access these papers without paying.
There is a blog post and/or video for each publication, written for a non-academic audience.
There is also a link to pre-registrations, data and code (as applicable) for each project.
Charlotte E.E. Wiltshire, Gabriel J. Cler, Mark Chiew, Jana Freudenberger, Jennifer Chesters, Máiréad P. Healy, Philip Hoole, Kate E. Watkins. Speaking to a metronome reduces kinematic variability in typical speakers and people who stutter. PREPRINT (2023)
Cler, G., Krishnan, S., Papp, D., Wiltshire, C. E. E., Chesters, J., & Watkins., K. E. (2021). Grey matter microstructural differences in developmental stuttering. Brain.
Paper Independent Scientific Commentary (Sommer et al., 2021, Brain)
Wiltshire, C. E. E., Chesters, J., Krishnan, S., Healy, M. P., & Watkins, K. E. (2021). An fMRI study of initiation and inhibition of manual responses in people who stutter. PREPRINT
Preprint Open Science Framework project (behavioural data); NeuroVault (fMRI data)
Wiltshire, C. E. E., Chiew, M., Chesters, J., Healy, M. P., & Watkins, K. E. (2021). Speech Movement Variability in People Who Stutter: A Vocal Tract Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
Wiltshire, C. E. E., & Watkins, K. E. (2020). Failure of tDCS to modulate motor excitability and speech motor learning. Neuropsychologia.
Journal Paper Blog Post Open Science Framework project (pre-registration, data, analysis scripts)
DPhil Dissertation: Wiltshire, C. E. E. (2019). Investigating speech motor control using vocal tract imaging, fMRI, and brain stimulation (University of Oxford).