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Walton, C, Antaki, C, Finlay, M (2020) Orienting to affect in services for people with severe or profound intellectual disabilities: A UK-based investigation, Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 33(5), pp.876-886, ISSN: 1360-2322. DOI: 10.1111/jar.12707.

Antaki, C and Bloch, S (2020) Advising without personalising: How a helpline may satisfy callers without giving medical advice beyond its remit, Sociology of Health and Illness, 42(5), pp.1202-1219, ISSN: 0141-9889. DOI: 10.1111/1467-9566.13088.

Antaki, C, Chinn, D, Walton, C, Finlay, WML, Sempik, J (2019) To initiate repair or not? Coping with difficulties in the talk of adults with intellectual disabilities, Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 34(10-11), pp.954-976, ISSN: 0269-9206. DOI: 10.1080/02699206.2019.1680734.

Antaki, C and Webb, J (2019) When the larger objective matters more: support workers’ epistemic and deontic authority over adult service-users, Sociology of Health and Illness, 41(8), pp.1549-1567, ISSN: 0141-9889. DOI: 10.1111/1467-9566.12964.

Antaki, C and Chinn, D (2019) Companions' dilemma of intervention when they mediate between patients with intellectual disabilities and health staff, Patient Education and Counseling, 102(11), pp.2024-2030, ISSN: 0738-3991. DOI: 10.1016/j.pec.2019.05.020.

Kent, A and Antaki, C (2019) Police call-takers' first substantive question projects the outcome of the call, Applied Linguistics, 41(5), pp.640-661, ISSN: 0142-6001. DOI: 10.1093/applin/amz002.

Antaki, C (2019) Supporting adults with intellectual disabilities by protecting their footing in a challenging conversational task, International Journal of Research in Communication Disorders, 9(1), ISSN: 2040-5111. DOI: 10.1558/jircd.36199.

Richardson, E, Stokoe, E, Antaki, C (2018) Establishing intellectually impaired victims’ understanding about ‘truth’ and ‘lies’: Police interview guidance and practice in cases of sexual assault, Applied Linguistics, 40(5), ISSN: 0142-6001. DOI: 10.1093/applin/amy023.

Antaki, C (2018) Conversation Analysis at the fair, Discourse Studies, 20(3), pp.425-430, ISSN: 1461-4456. DOI: 10.1177/1461445618754580.

Bloch, S and Antaki, C (2018) The Pivot Point between Problem Presentation and Advice in a Health Helpline Service, Applied Linguistics, ISSN: 0142-6001. DOI: 10.1093/applin/amy014.

Antaki, C and Stokoe, E (2017) When police treat straightforward answers as uncooperative, Journal of Pragmatics, ISSN: 0378-2166. DOI: 10.1016/j.pragma.2017.05.012.

Antaki, C, Crompton, RJ, Walton, C, Finlay, WML (2016) How adults with a profound intellectual disability engage others in interaction, Sociology of Health and Illness: a journal of medical sociology, ISSN: 1467-9566. DOI: 10.1111/1467-9566.12500.

Antaki, C and Kent, A (2015) Offering alternatives as a way of issuing directives to children: Putting the worse option last, Journal of Pragmatics, 78, pp.25-38, ISSN: 0378-2166. DOI: 10.1016/j.pragma.2015.01.004.

Antaki, C, Richardson, E, Stokoe, E, Willott, S (2015) Dealing with the distress of people with intellectual disabilities reporting sexual assault and rape, Discourse Studies: an interdisciplinary journal for the study of text and talk, 17(xx), ISSN: 1461-7080. DOI: 10.1177/1461445615578962.

Antaki, C and Crompton, RJ (2015) Conversational practices promoting a discourse of agency for adults with intellectual disabilities, DISCOURSE & SOCIETY, 26, DOI: 10.1177/0957926515592774.

Antaki, C, Richardson, E, Stokoe, E, Willott, S (2015) Police interviews with vulnerable people alleging sexual assault: probing inconsistency and questioning conduct, Journal of Sociolinguistics, ISSN: 1467-9841. DOI: 10.1111/josl.12124.

Antaki, C, Stokoe, E, Richardson, E, Willott, S (2015) Can people with intellectual disabilities resist implications of fault when police question their allegations of sexual assault and rape?, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, ISSN: 1934-9556. DOI: 10.1352/1934-9556-53.5.346.

Antaki, C and O'Reilly, M (2014) Either/or questions in child psychiatric assessments: the effect of the seriousness and order of the alternatives, Discourse Studies, 16(3), pp.327-345, ISSN: 1461-4456. DOI: 10.1177/1461445613508898.

Antaki, C (2013) Two conversational practices for encouraging adults with intellectual disabilities to reflect on their activities, Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 57(6), pp.580-588, ISSN: 0964-2633. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2788.2012.01572.x.

Antaki, C (2013) Recipient-side test questions, Discourse Studies, 15(1), pp.3-18, ISSN: 1461-4456. DOI: 10.1177/1461445612466450.

Antaki, C (2013) Applying Conversation Analysis to the communication between medical personnel and patients, Salute e Societa, (1), pp.199-228, ISSN: 1723-9427. DOI: 10.3280/ses2013-001016.

Antaki, C (2012) Affiliative and disaffiliative candidate understandings, Discourse Studies, 14(5), pp.531-547, ISSN: 1461-4456. DOI: 10.1177/1461445612454074.

Stokoe, E, Hepburn, A, Antaki, C (2012) Beware the 'Loughborough School' of Social Psychology? Interaction and the politics of intervention, British Journal of Social Psychology, 51(3), pp.486-496, ISSN: 0144-6665. DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8309.2011.02088.x.

Antaki, C (2012) Seven Interactional Benefits of Physical Tasks for People with Intellectual Disability, INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, 50(4), pp.311-321, ISSN: 1934-9491. DOI: 10.1352/1934-9556-50.4.311.

Antaki, C (2012) What actions mean, to whom, and when, Discourse Studies, 14(4), pp.493-498, ISSN: 1461-4456. DOI: 10.1177/1461445611433959.

Finlay, WML and Antaki, C (2012) How staff pursue questions to adults with intellectual disabilities, Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 56(4), pp.361-370, ISSN: 0964-2633. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2788.2011.01478.x.

Stokoe, E, Hepburn, A, Antaki, C (2012) Beware the ‘Loughborough School’? Interaction and the politics of intervention, British Journal of Social Psychology, -(-), pp.000-000, DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8309.2011.02088.x.

Antaki, C and Kent, AJ (2012) Telling people what to do (and, sometimes, why): Contingency, entitlement and explanation in staff requests to adults with intellectual impairments, Journal of Pragmatics, 44(6-7), pp.876-889.

Vayreda, A and Antaki, C (2011) To vaccinate or not? The disqualification of commercial sources of health advice in an online forum, Communication and Medicine, 8(3), pp.273-282, ISSN: 1612-1783. DOI: 10.1558/cam.v8i3.273.

Antaki, C (2010) Editor's note, Research on Language and Social Interaction, 43(1), pp.1-2, ISSN: 0835-1813. DOI: 10.1080/08351810903487791.

Antaki, C and Jahoda, A (2010) Psychotherapists' practices in keeping a session 'on-track' in the face of clients' 'off-track' talk, Communication and Medicine, 7(1), pp.11-21, ISSN: 1612-1783. DOI: 10.1558/cam.v7il.ll.

Antaki, C, Finlay, WML, Walton, C (2009) Choices for People With Intellectual Disabilities: Official Discourse and Everyday Practice, JOURNAL OF POLICY AND PRACTICE IN INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES, 6(4), pp.260-266, ISSN: 1741-1122. DOI: 10.1111/j.1741-1130.2009.00230.x.

Vayreda, A and Antaki, C (2009) Social Support and Unsolicited Advice in a Bipolar Disorder Online Forum, QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH, 19(7), pp.931-942, ISSN: 1049-7323. DOI: 10.1177/1049732309338952.

Finlay, WML, Antaki, C, Walton, C (2008) A manifesto for the use of video in service improvement and staff development in residential services for people with learning disabilities, British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 36(4), pp.227-231, ISSN: 1354-4187. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-3156.2008.00511.x.

Antaki, C, Finlay, W, Walton, C, Pate, L (2008) Offering choices to people with intellectual disabilities: an interactional study, JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY RESEARCH, 52, pp.1165-1175, ISSN: 0964-2633. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2788.2008.01101.x.

Antaki, C (2008) Sequence organization in interaction: A primer in conversation analysis, volume 1, LANGUAGE IN SOCIETY, 37(4), pp.608-612, ISSN: 0047-4045. DOI: 10.1017/S0047404508080822.

Finlay, WML, Antaki, C, Walton, C, Stribling, P (2008) The dilemma for staff in 'playing a game' with a person with profound intellectual disabilities: empowerment, inclusion and competence in interactional practice, SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH & ILLNESS, 30(4), pp.531-549, ISSN: 0141-9889. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9566.2007.01080.x.

McHoul, A, Rapley, M, Antaki, C (2008) You gotta light? On the luxury of context for understanding talk in interaction, JOURNAL OF PRAGMATICS, 40(5), pp.827-839, ISSN: 0378-2166. DOI: 10.1016/j.pragma.2007.03.007.

Finlay, WML, Antaki, C, Walton, C (2008) "On not being noticed: learning disabilities and the non-vocal register", Intellectual and Developmental Disabilaties, 45, pp.227-245.

Finlay, WML, Antaki, C, Walton, C (2008) "Saying no to the staff - an analysis of refusals in a home for people with severe communication difficulties", Sociology of Health and Illness, 30, pp.55-75.

Finlay, WML, Walton, C, Antaki, C (2008) "Promoting choice and control in residential services for people with learning disabilities", Disability and Society, 23, pp.349-360.

Antaki, C, Biazzi, M, Nissen, A, Wagner, J (2008) Accounting for moral judgments in academic talk: The case of a conversation analysis data session, TEXT & TALK, 28(1), pp.1-30, ISSN: 1860-7330. DOI: 10.1515/TEXT.2008.001.

Antaki, C (2007) Mental-health practitioners' use of idiomatic expressions in summarising clients' accounts, Journal of Pragmatics, 39(3), pp.527-541, ISSN: 0378-2166. DOI: 10.1016/j.pragma.2006.07.009.

Antaki, C, Finlay, WML, Walton, C (2007) The staff are your friends: Intellectually disabled identities in official discourse and interactional practice, BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 46, pp.1-18, ISSN: 0144-6665. DOI: 10.1348/014466606X94437.

Antaki, C, Walton, C, Finlay, WML (2007) "How proposing an activity to a person with person with an intellectual disability can imply a limited identity, Discourse and Society, 18, pp.393-410.

Antaki, C, Finlay, WML, Jingree, T, Walton, C (2007) "The staff are your friends': conflicts between instiutional discourse and practice", British Journal of Social Psychology, 46, pp.1-18.

McHoul, A, Rapley, M, Antaki, C (2007) "You gotta light? On the luxury of context for understanding talk in interaction", Journal of Pragmatics, 40, pp.42-54.

Antaki, C, Finlay, WML, Sheridan, E, Jingree, T, Walton, C (2006) Producing decisions in service-user groups for people with an intellectual disability: Two contrasting facilitator styles, MENTAL RETARDATION, 44(5), pp.322-343, ISSN: 0047-6765. DOI: 10.1352/0047-6765(2006)44[322:PDISGF]2.0.CO;2.

Finlay, M, Walton, C, Antaki, C (2006) Difficulties and dilemmas in promoting choice and control in residential services for people with learning disabilities, Journal of Applied Research on Intellectual Disabilities, not known.

Jingree, T, Finlay, M, Antaki, C (2006) Empowering words, disempowering actions: an analysis of interactions between staff members and people with learning disabilities in residents' meetings, Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 50, pp.212-226.

Antaki, C (2006) Producing a 'cognition', Discourse Studies, 8, pp.9-15.

Leudar, I, Antaki, C, Barnes, R (2006) When psychotherapists disclose personal information to their clients, Communication and Medicine, 3, pp.27-41.

Antaki, C, Barnes, R, Leudar, I (2006) Members' and analysts' interests: "formulations" and "interpretations" in psychotherapy, Discursive Research in Practice: New approaches to psychology and interaction, forthcoming.

Antaki, C, Barnes, R, Leudar, I (2005) Diagnostic formulations in psychotherapy, Discourse Studies, 7(6), pp.627-647, ISSN: 1461-4456. DOI: 10.1177/1461445605055420.

Antaki, C (2005) Interviewers' use of idiomatic expressions in mental health consultations, Journal of Pragmatics, not known.

Antaki, C, Barnes, R, Leudar, I (2005) Self-disclosure as a situated interactional practice, British Journal of Social Psychology, 44(2), pp.181-199, ISSN: 0144-6665. DOI: 10.1348/014466604X15733.

Antaki, C, Ardevol, E, Nunez, F, Vayreda, A (2005) "For she who knows who she is": Managing accountability in online forum messages, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 11, not known.

Antaki, C (2004) Reading minds or dealing with interactional implications?, Theory and Psychology, 14(5), pp.667-683, ISSN: 0959-3543. DOI: 10.1177/0959354304046178.

Antaki, C, Ten Have, P, Koole, T (2004) Special issue: Scripted practices: special issue in honour of Hanneke Houtkoop-Steenstra - Introduction, DISCOURSE STUDIES, 6(1), pp.5-5, ISSN: 1461-4456. DOI: 10.1177/1461445604039435.

Leudar, I, McCabe, R, Antaki, C (2004) Do people with schizophrenia display theory of mind deficits in clinical interactions? Psychological Medicine, 34, pp.401-412.

Antaki, C and Leudar, I (2004) Trouble in agreeing on a client's problem in a cognitive-behavioural therapy session, Rivista di Psicolinguistica Applicata, 4, pp.127-138.

Antaki, C, Billig, M, Edwards, D, Potter, J (2003) El análisis del disurso implica analizar: crítica de seis atajos analíticos, Athenea Digital, 3, p.

Antaki, C (2002) "Lovely": Turn-initial high-grade assessments in telephone closings, Discourse Studies, pp.5-23.

Antaki, C, Young, N, Finlay, M (2002) Shaping Clients' Answers: Departures from Neutrality in Care Staff Interviews with People with a Learning Disability, Disability and Society, 17, pp.435-455.

Antaki, C (2002) Personalised revision of 'failed' questions, Discourse Studies, 4, pp.411-428.

Antaki, C (2001) D'you like a drink? Dissembling language and the construction of an impoverished life, Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 20, pp.196-213.

Antaki, C and Leudar, I (2001) Recruiting the record: using opponents' exact words in Parliamentary argumentation, Text, pp.467-488.

Antaki, C (2000) Simulation versus the thing itself: Commentary on Markman and Tetlock, BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 39, pp.327-331, ISSN: 0144-6665. DOI: 10.1348/014466600164516.

Antaki, C and Horowitz, A (2000) Using Identity Ascription to Disqualify a Rival Version of events as "Interested", Research on Language and Social Interaction, 33, pp.155-177, ISSN: 0835-1813.

Antaki, C, Houtkoop Steenstra, H, Rapley, M (2000) "Brilliant. Next question.." High-grade assessment sequences in the completion of interactional units, Research on Language and Social Interaction, 33, pp.235-262, ISSN: 0835-1813.

Antaki, C (2000) Two rhetorical uses of the description 'Chat', M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 3(4), pp.235-262, ISSN: 1441-2616.

Antaki, C and Wetherell, M (1999) Show concessions, Discourse Studies, 1(1), pp.7-27, ISSN: 1461-4456. DOI: 10.1177/1461445699001001002.

Antaki, C (1999) Interviewing persons with a learning disability: How setting lower standards may inflate well-being scores, QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH, 9(4), pp.437-454, ISSN: 1049-7323. DOI: 10.1177/104973239900900402.

Antaki, C (1999) Assessing quality of life of persons with a learning disability: How setting lower standards may inflate well-being scores, Qualitative Health Research, 9, pp.437-454, ISSN: 1049-7323.

Antaki, C (1998) Creating Happy People by asking yes/no questions, Research on Language and Social Interaction, 30, pp.285-313, ISSN: 0835-1813.

Rapley, M, Kearnan, P, Antaki, C (1998) Invisible to themselves or negotiating identity? The interactional management of 'being intellectually disabled', Disability and Society, 13, pp.807-828, ISSN: 0968-7599.

Rapley, M and Antaki, C (1998) 'What do you think about..?': Generating views in an interview, Text, 18(4), pp.587-608, ISSN: 0165-4888. DOI: 10.1515/text.1.1998.18.4.587.

Avery, C and Antaki, C (1997) Conversational devices in stories turning on appearance versus reality, Text, (17), pp.1-23, ISSN: 0165-4888.

Rapley, M and Antaki, C (1996) A conversation analysis of the 'acquiescence' of people with learning disabilities, JOURNAL OF COMMUNITY & APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 6(3), pp.207-227, ISSN: 1052-9284. DOI: 10.1002/(SICI)1099-1298(199608)6:3<207::AID-CASP370>3.0.CO;2-T.

Leudar, I and Antaki, C (1996) Discourse participation, reported speech and research practices in social psychology, THEORY & PSYCHOLOGY, 6(1), pp.5-29, ISSN: 0959-3543. DOI: 10.1177/0959354396061001.

Leudar, I and Antaki, C (1996) Discourse practices, participant status and social psychology, Theory and Psychology, 6, pp.5-29, ISSN: 0959-3543.

Leudar, I and Antaki, C (1996) Backing footing, Theory and Psychology, 6, pp.41-46, ISSN: 0959-3543.

Antaki, C and Rapley, M (1996) Quality of Life talk: the liberal paradox of psychological testing, Discourse and Society, 7, pp.293-316, ISSN: 0957-9265.

Antaki, C and Rapley, M (1996) Questions and answers in psychological assessment schedules: hidden troubles in `Quality of Life' interviews, Journal of Intellectual Deficiency Research, 40, pp.421-437, ISSN: 0964-2633.

Diaz, F, Antaki, C, Collins, AF (1996) Using completion to formulate a statement collectively, Journal of Pragmatics, 26, pp.525-542, ISSN: 0378-2166.

Antaki, C, Condor, S, Levine, M (1996) Social identities in talk: Speakers' own orientations, British Journal of Social Psychology, 35, pp.473-492, ISSN: 0144-6665.

Antaki, C (1996) Explanation slots as resources in interaction, British Journal of Social Psychology, 35, pp.1-18, ISSN: 0144-6665.

Antaki, C, Diaz, F, Collins, AF (1996) Keeping your footing: Completion in three-part sequences, Journal of Pragmatics, 25, pp.151-171, ISSN: 0378-2166.

Antaki, C (1996) Discourse and psychology, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 31(3-4), pp.2690-2690, ISSN: 0020-7594.

Antaki, C (1996) What grounds do psychologists have for their claims?, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 31(3-4), pp.2695-2695, ISSN: 0020-7594.

Antaki, C (1995) Una aproximación anaĺ{i}tico-conversacional al fenómeno de la discusión, Revista de Psicolgia Social Aplicada, 5, pp.75-92.

Iñiguez, L and Antaki, C (1994) El análisis del discurso en la Psicoloǵ{i}a Social, Boletin de Psicologia, 44, pp.57-75.

Hewstone, M, Abrams, D, Antaki, C, Davies, M, Pennington, D (1992) Editorial, British Journal of Social Psychology, 31(4), pp.251-251, ISSN: 0144-6665. DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8309.1992.tb00970.x.

Antaki, C (1992) Explaining in conversation: Towards an argument model, European Journal of Social Psychology, 22, pp.181-194, ISSN: 0046-2772.

Antaki, C (1992) From attribution to argumentation: the case of disappearing discourse, Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne, 33, pp.594-599.

Antaki, C (1992) Comentario al artículo «Actitudes, evaluación y racionalidad», de E. Crespo, Estudios de Psicología, 13(47), pp.51-53, ISSN: 0210-9395. DOI: 10.1080/02109395.1992.10821170.

Vayreda, A and Antaki, C (1991) Explanations in two Spanish abortion discourses, Text, 11, pp.481-498.

VAYREDA, A and ANTAKI, C (1991) Explanations in abortion discourses, Text - Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of Discourse, 11(3), ISSN: 0165-4888. DOI: 10.1515/text.1.1991.11.3.481.

Hewstone, M, Abrams, D, Antaki, C, Davies, M, Pennington, D (1990) Editorial, British Journal of Social Psychology, 29(4), pp.287-287, ISSN: 0144-6665. DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8309.1990.tb00909.x.

Antaki, C and Leudar, I (1990) Claim-backing and other explanatory genres in talk, Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 9, pp.279-292.

Antaki, C, Iñiguez, L, Vázquez, F (1989) Balance and mentality: An analysis of a Spanish discourse of democracy, Revue Internationale de la Psychologie Sociale, 2, pp.227-245.

Antaki, C (1989) Structured causal beliefs and their defence in accounts of students' political action, Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 8, pp.39-48.

MUNTON, AG and ANTAKI, C (1988) CAUSAL BELIEFS AMONGST FAMILIES IN THERAPY - ATTRIBUTIONS AT THE GROUP LEVEL, BRITISH JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY, 27, pp.91-97, ISSN: 0144-6657. DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8260.1988.tb00756.x.

Antaki, C (1988) Ascribed explanations of voting: A test of an intergroup prediction, Social Behaviour, 3, pp.33-35.

Norman, P and Antaki, C (1988) A real-event attribution style questionnaire, Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 7, pp.97-101.

Antaki, C and Naji, S (1987) Events explained in conversational "because" statements, British Journal of Social Psychology, 26, pp.119-126.

Brewin, C and Antaki, C (1987) An analysis of ordinary explanations in clinical attribution research, Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 5, pp.79-98.

ANTAKI, C (1986) STRUCTURED EXPLANATIONS - SOCIAL COGNITION OR SOCIAL REPRESENTATION, BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 39, pp.A148-A148, ISSN: 0007-1692.

ANTAKI, C and SHADBOLT, N (1986) WHAT SOCIAL CONSIDERATIONS WOULD MAKE A MACHINE EXPLANATION SATISFACTORY, BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 39, pp.A148-A148, ISSN: 0007-1692.

WALKER, P and ANTAKI, C (1986) SEXUAL ORIENTATION AS A BASIS FOR CATEGORIZATION IN RECALL, BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 25, pp.337-339, ISSN: 0144-6665. DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8309.1986.tb00747.x.

Antaki, C, Morris, PM, Flude, B (1986) The effectiveness of "Tufty Club" on children's road-safety knowledge, British Journal of Educational Psychology, 56, pp.363-365.

Antaki, C (1985) Ordinary explanations in conversation: causal structures and their defence, European Journal of Social Psychology, 15, pp.213-230.

Antaki, C (1985) Attribution and evaluation in ordinary explanations of voting intention, British Journal of Social Psychology, 24, pp.141-151.

ANTAKI, C and NAJI, S (1985) BECAUSE .. IN EXPLANATIONS, BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 38(NOV), pp.A102-A102, ISSN: 0007-1692.

ANTAKI, C (1985) CONVERSATIONAL EXPLANATIONS - ATTRIBUTION AND RHETORIC, BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 38(FEB), pp.A31-A31, ISSN: 0007-1692.

ANTAKI, C (1983) A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO ATTRIBUTIONAL THEORIES, BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 36(FEB), pp.A3-A3, ISSN: 0007-1692.

ANTAKI, C (1979) SELF-SERVING EXPLANATIONS AND ATTRIBUTION THEORY, BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 32(JAN), pp.17-17, ISSN: 0007-1692.

ANTAKI, C (1979) NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE ANALYSIS OF ACCOUNTS OF ACTIONS, BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 32(JUN), pp.259-259, ISSN: 0007-1692.



Books

Antaki, C and Condor, S (2014) Rhetoric, ideology and social psychology: essays in honour of Michael Billig, Routledge / © C.Antaki and S. Condor, ISBN: 9780415820677.

Antaki, C (2011) Applied conversation analysis: intervention and change in institutional talk, Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN: 9780230316874.

Perakyla, A, Antaki, C, Vehvilainen, S, Leudar, I (2008) Conversation analysis and psychotherapy, Cambridge University Press, ISBN: 9780521179829.

Antaki, C and Widdicombe, S (ed) (1998) Identities in Talk, Sage, ISBN: 0 7619 5060 5.

Antaki, C (1994) Explaining and Arguing: The social organisation of accounts, Sage, ISBN: 0 8039 8605 X.

Antaki, C (ed) (1988) Analysing Everyday Explanation: A casebook of methods, Sage.

Antaki, C and Lewis, A (ed) (1986) Mental Mirrors: Metacognition in Social Knowledge and Communication, Sage.

Antaki, C and Brewin, C (ed) (1982) Attributions and Psychological Change: Applications of Attribution Theory to Clinical and Educational Practice, Academic Press.

Antaki, C (ed) (1981) The Psychology of Ordinary Explanations of Social Behaviour, Academic Press.



Chapters

Stokoe, E, Antaki, C, Richardson, E, Willott, S (2020) When police interview victims of sexual assault: Comparing written guidance to interactional practice. In The Discourse of Police Interviews, University of Chicago Press, pp.21-41, ISBN: 9780226647791.

Antaki, C, Finlay, WML, Walton, C (2020) Mobilizing others when you have little (recognizable) language. In Studies in Language and Social Interaction, pp.203-228, ISBN: 9789027261588. DOI: 10.1075/slsi.33.08ant.

Antaki, C, Finlay, WML, Walton, C, Sempik, J (2016) Communicative practices in staff support of adults with intellectual disabilities. In The Palgrave Handbook of Adult Mental Health, pp.613-632, ISBN: 9781137496843. DOI: 10.1057/9781137496850_32.

Antaki, C (2015) Afterword. In Linking Discourse Studies to Professional Practice, pp.311-314, ISBN: 9781783094073.

Antaki, C (2014) Repeating a question near-identically may cast the answerer as intellectually impaired. In L, G, L, M, P, R (ed) Identites en Interaction / Isdentities in Interaction, Lambert-Lucas, pp.183-193, ISBN: 9782359351163.

Antaki, C (2014) How practitioners deal with their clients' "off-track" talk. In DISCOURSES OF THE HELPING PROFESSIONS, © John Benjamins, pp.13-31, ISBN: 9789027256577. DOI: 10.1075/pbns.252.02ant.

Antaki, C (2012) Pragmatics, linguistic competence, and conversation analysis. In Pragmaticizing Understanding: Studies for Jef Verschueren, pp.101-111, ISBN: 9789027211910. DOI: 10.1075/z.170.06ant.

Antaki, C and Wilkinson, R (2012) Conversation Analysis and the Study of Atypical Populations. In Stivers, T and Sidnell, J (ed) Handbook of Conversation Analysis, pp.533-550, ISBN: 978-1444332087.

Antaki, C (2009) Identity at Home: Offering Everyday Choices to People with Intellectual Impairments. In Theorizing identities and social action, Palgrave MacMillan, x, ISBN: 9780230580886.

Antaki, C (2008) Discourse analysis and conversation analysis. In Alasuutari, P, Bickman, L, Brannen, eds, J (ed) The SAGE Handbook of Social Research Methods, Sage, pp.431-446, ISBN: 9781412919920.

Antaki, C (2008) Handbook of Social Research Methods. In Alasuutari, P, Bickman, L, Brannen, J (ed) Analysing Discourse, Sage, pp.431-446.

Antaki, C (2008) Analysing Discourse. In Bickman, L and Brannen, J (ed) Pertti Alasuutari, Sage, pp.431-446.

Antaki, C (2008) Formulations in psychotherapy. In Peräkylä, A, Antaki, C, Vehiläinen, S, Leudar, I (ed) Conversation Analysis of Psychothereapy, Cambridge, pp.26-42.

Peräkylä, A, Antaki, C, Vehiläinen, S, Leudar, I (2008) Analysing Psychotherapy in Practice. In Peräkylä, A, Antaki, C, Vehiläinen, S, Leudar, I (ed) Conservation Analysis and Psychotherapy, Cambridge, pp.5-25.

Vehiläinen, S, Peräkylä, A, Antaki, C, Leudar, I (2008) A review of the conversational practices of psychothereapy. In Peräkylä, A, Antaki, C, Vehiläinen, S, Leudar, I (ed) Conservation Analysis and Psychotherapy, Cambridge, pp.188-197.

Antaki, C (2007) Identities and Discourse. In Donsbach, WE (ed) The International Encyclopaedia of Communication, ICA/Basil Blackwell, forthcoming.

Antaki, C, Barnes, RK, Leudar, I (2007) Discursive Research in Practice: New approaches to psychology and interaction. In Hepburn, A and eds, SW (ed) Members and analysts' interests: formulations and interpretations in psychotherapy, Cambridge University Press, pp.166-181.

Antaki, C, Barnes, RK, Leudar, I (2007) "Members' and analysts' interests: "formulations" and "interpretations" in psychotherapy. In Hepburn, A and Wiggins, S (ed) Discursive Research in Practice: New approaches to psychology and interaction, Cambridge University Press, pp.166-181.

Antaki, C (2004) The uses of absurdity. In Berg, VD, H, Houtkoop, H, Wetherell, eds, M (ed) Analysing Race Talk: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Interview Discourse, CUP, pp.85-102.

Antaki, C and Diaz, F (2004) A análisi de la conversaçao eo o estudo da interaçao social. In Iñiguez, LE (ed) Manual de Análise do Discurso em Ciencias Socials, Editora Vozes, pp.161-181.

Antaki, C (2004) Conversation Analysis. In Becker, S and Bryman, AE (ed) Understanding Research Methods for Social Policy and Practice, Policy Press, pp.313-317.

Antaki, C and Diaz, F (2002) El análisis de la conversación y el estudio de la interacción social. In Iñiguez, L (ed) Análisis del discurso: manual para las ciencias sociales, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, pp.125-140.

Diaz, F and Antaki, C (2001) Analisis de la conversación e intersubjetividad. In Crespo, E and Soldevilla, CE (ed) La constitución social de la subjetividad, Catarata, pp.32-48.

Antaki, C and Diaz, F (2001) Analisi de la conversa i processos socials. Un exemple de delicadesa. In Iñiguez, LE (ed) El Llenguatge en les ciences humanes i socials, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, pp.125-137.

O'Brien Malone, A and Antaki, C (2001) Two approaches to the question "what does the interviewer have in mind"?. In McHoul, A and Rapley, ME (ed) How to Analyse Talk in Institutional Settings, Continuum International, pp.173-185.

Antaki, C, Diaz, F, Collins, A (1998) Conversational completion as a site for footing disputes. In Cmejrkova, S, Hofmannova, J, Mullerova, O, Svetla, eds, J (ed) Dialoganalyse VI, Max Niemeyer Verlag, pp.87-98, ISBN: 3 484 75016 2.

Antaki, C and Widdicombe, S (1998) Identity as an achievement and as a tool. In Antaki, C and Widdicombe, SE (ed) Identities in Talk, Sage, pp.1-14, ISBN: 0 7619 5060 5.

Antaki, C (1998) Identity Ascriptions in their Time and Place: 'Fagin' and 'The terminally dim'. In Antaki, C and Widdicombe, SE (ed) Identities in Talk, Sage, pp.71-86, ISBN: 0 7619 5060 5.

Antaki, C (1998) A conversation-analytic approach to arguments. In Bondi, ME (ed) Forms of Argumentative Discourse, Cooperativa Libraria Universitaria Editrice Bologna, pp.101-128, ISBN: 88 491 1096 0.

Condor, S and Antaki, C (1997) Social cognition and discourse. In Dijk, V and ed, T (ed) Discourse as Structure and Process, Sage, pp.76-89.

Leudar, I and Antaki, C (1997) Participant status and psychological research. In Ibañez, T and Iñiguez, LE (ed) Critical Social Psychology, Sage, pp.69-84.

Antaki, C and Iñiguez, L (1996) An exercise in conversation analysis: positioning in a selection interview. In Gordo López, A and Iglesias, JLE (ed) Psicoloǵ{i}a, Discurso y Poder, Visor, pp.81-92.

Antaki, C (1994) Common-sense reasoning: Arriving at conclusions or travelling towards them?. In Siegfried, JE (ed) The Status of Common Sense inPsychology, Ablex, pp.169-182, ISBN: 0 89391 873 3.

Antaki, C (1990) Explaining oneself or explaining events?. In Cody, MJ and McLaughlin, MLE (ed) The Psychology of Tactical Communication, Multilingual Matters, pp.38-49.

Antaki, C (1989) Lay explanations of behaviour: two psychological cultures. In Ellis, CE (ed) Expert Knowledge and Explanation: The Knowledge-language Interface, Ellis Harwood, pp.42-60.

Antaki, C (1988) Soliciting causal networks and causal reasoning. In Antaki, CE (ed) Analysing Everyday Explanations: a casebook of methods, Sage, pp.55-70.

Antaki, C (1988) Explanation and Communication. In Antaki, CE (ed) Analysing Everyday Explanations: a casebook of methods, Sage, pp.1-19.

Leudar, I and Antaki, C (1988) Completion and dynamics in explanation - seeking conversations. In Antaki, CE (ed) Analysing Everyday Explanations: A casebook of methods, Sage, pp.47-62.

Antaki, C (1988) Performed and unperformable accounts. In Burnett, R, Clarke, D, McGhee, eds, P (ed) Accounting for Relationships, Methuen, pp.91-118.

Hewstone, M and Antaki, C (1988) Attribution theory and social explanations. In Hewstone, M, Stephenson, G, Stroebe, W, Codol, eds, J-P (ed) Social Psychology: A European Perspective, CUP and Maison de Sciences de L'Homme, pp.67-85.

Antaki, C and Lewis, A (1986) Mental Mirrors in Social Knowledge. In Antaki, C and Lewis, AE (ed) Mental Mirrors: Metacognition in Social Knowledge and Communication, Sage, pp.1-10.

Antaki, C (1985) Understanding other people: the attribution theory approach. In eds, OUCT (ed) Open University Course Team Social Psychology course D307, Open University Press, pp.20-35.

Antaki, C (1984) Core concepts in attribution theory. In Nicholson, J and Beloff, HE (ed) Psychology Survey 5, BPS/Macmillan, pp.50-65.

Antaki, C (1982) A brief introduction to attribution and attributional theories. In Antaki, C and Brewin, CE (ed) Attributions and Psychological Change: Applications of Attribution Theory to Clinical and Educational Practice, Academic Press, pp.1-19.

Brewin, C and Antaki, C (1982) The role of attributions in clinical practice. In Antaki, C and Brewin, CE (ed) Attribution and Psychological Change: Applications of Attribution Theory to Clincial and Educational Practice, Academic Press, pp.23-42.

Antaki, C and Fielding, RG (1981) Research into ordinary explanation. In Antaki, CE (ed) The Psychology of Ordinary Explanation of Social Behaviour, Academic Press, pp.1-30.

Antaki, C, Barnes, R, Leudar, I (Accepted for publication) Members' and analysts' interests: ‘formulations’ in psychotherapy. In Discursive Research in Practice, Cambridge University Press, pp.166-181, ISBN: 9780511611216. DOI: 10.1017/cbo9780511611216.009.



Other

Millie, AE (2008) Editor's Note.

Antaki, C, ten Have, P, Koole, P (2004) Scripted Talk.

Ekberg, S, Parry, R, Land, V, Ekberg, K, Pino, M, Antaki, C (Accepted for publication) Communicating with patients and families about difficult matters: A rapid review in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, Background: Pandemics pose significant challenges for healthcare systems, including an increase in difficult discussions about future illness progression and end of life. Objectives: To synthesise existing evidence about communication practices used to discuss difficult matters, including prognosis and end of life, and to use this evidence to make recommendations for clinical practice. The aim of this study was to use rapid review methods to update findings from a previous systematic review published in 2014. Data sources: MEDLINE, EMBASE, CINAHL, PsycINFO, Sociological Abstracts, Web of Science, Scopus, ASSIA and Amed. Study eligibility criteria: Studies using conversation analysis or discourse analysis to examine recordings of actual conversations about difficult matters relating to future illness progression and end of life. Study appraisal and synthesis methods: Data appraisal and extraction procedures used in the 2014 review were modified for this rapid review. Results: Following screening, 18 sources were deemed to meet eligibility criteria, which were added to the 19 sources included in the 2014 systematic review. Synthesis of study findings identified 11 communication practices: providing opportunities for patient or family members to propose matters to discuss (7 out of 37 included sources); seeking a patient or family member's perspective (6/37); discussing the future indirectly (11/37); discussing the future explicitly (7/37) linking to something previously said or done (11/37); using hypothetical scenarios (13/37); framing a difficult matter as universal (5/37); acknowledging uncertainty (3/37); exploring options (2/37); displaying sensitivity (7/37); emphasising the positive (7/37). Limitations: Dividing work amongst the study authors to enable rapid review may have created inconsistencies. Conclusions and implications of key findings: This synthesis of high-quality evidence from actual clinical practice supports a series of recommendations for communicating about difficult matters during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.. DOI: 10.1101/2020.04.27.20078048.



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