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.

A single image taken using MRI of the vocal tract. Air is shown in black and tissue is shown in white. The vocal tract, including lips, tongue, velum and larynx, is visible

Lu, Y., Wiltshire, C. E. E., Chiew, M., Watkins, K. E., & Goldstein., L. (2022). Characteristics of articulatory gestures in stuttered speech: A case study using real-time magnetic resonance imaging. Journal of Communication Disorders.

Paper Blog Post

Wiltshire, C. E. E. & Hoole, P. (Stage 1 Registered Report IPA). The role of the Supplementary Motor Area in Speech Production: Evidence from People Who Do, and Do Not Stutter. Brain Communications.

Preprint Blog Post with Video (German and English)

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.

Journal Paper Blog Post with Video OSF project (data)

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).

Available Here