Y. Lynch, J. Murray, L. Moulam, S. Meredith, J. Goldbart, et al. (2019). Decision-making in communication aid recommendations in the UK: cultural and contextual influencers. Augment Altern Commun. 35(3), pp.180-192.
J. Murray, Y. Lynch, S. Meredith, L. Moulam, J. Goldbart, et al. (2019). Professionals' decision-making in recommending communication aids in the UK: competing considerations. Augment Altern Commun. 35(3), pp.167-179.
AA. May, S. Dada, J. Murray (2019). Review of AAC interventions in persons with dementia. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders.
EJD. Webb, D. Meads, Y. Lynch, N. Randall, S. Judge, et al. (2019). What's important in AAC decision making for children? Evidence from a best-worst scaling survey. Augment Altern Commun. 35(2), pp.80-94.
S. Judge, N. Randall, J. Goldbart, Y. Lynch, L. Moulam, et al. (2019). The language and communication attributes of graphic symbol communication aids - a systematic review and narrative synthesis. Disabil Rehabil Assist Technol. pp.1-11.
MM. Smith, B. Batorowicz, AD. Sandberg, J. Murray, K. Stadskleiv, et al. (2018). Constructing narratives to describe video events using aided communication. AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication. pp.1-14.
J. Murray, AD. Sandberg, MM. Smith, D. Deliberato, K. Stadskleiv, et al. (2018). Communicating the unknown: descriptions of pictured scenes and events presented on video by children and adolescents using aided communication and their peers using natural speech. Augmentative and Alternative Communication. 34(1), pp.30-39.
N. Bozic, R. Lawthom, J. Murray (2018). Exploring the context of strengths – a new approach to strength-based assessment. Educational Psychology in Practice. 34(1), pp.26-40.
S. Judge, N. Randall, Y. Lynch, S. Meredith, L. Moulam, et al. (2017). The Language and Communication Characteristics of Communication Aids - A Systematic Review. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 242, pp.347-350.
S. Gough, AM. Yohannes, J. Murray (2016). Using video-reflexive ethnography and simulation-based education to explore patient management and error recognition by pre-registration physiotherapists. Advances in Simulation. 1(1),
A. Hynan, J. Goldbart, J. Murray (2015). A grounded theory of Internet and social media use by young people who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). Disabil Rehabil. 37(17), pp.1559-1575.
B. Hemsley, J. Murray (2015). Distance and proximity: research on social media connections in the field of communication disability. Disabil Rehabil. 37(17), pp.1509-1510.
A. Hynan, J. Murray, J. Goldbart (2014). ‘Happy and excited’: Perceptions of using digital technology and social media by young people who use augmentative and alternative communication. Child Language Teaching and Therapy. 30(2), pp.175-186.
J. Murray, A. Martin, L. Pennington, J. Marshall, P. Enderby, et al. (2014). A case study template to support experimental design in Augmentative and Alternative Communication and Assistive Technology. Disabil Rehabil Assist Technol. 9(1), pp.60-69.
L. Pennington, D. Virella, T. Mjøen, M. da Graça Andrada, J. Murray, et al. (2013). Development of The Viking Speech Scale to classify the speech of children with cerebral palsy. Res Dev Disabil. 34(10), pp.3202-3210.
J. Murray, J. Goldbart (2011). Emergence of working memory in children using aided communication. Journal of Assistive Technologies. 5(4), pp.214-232.
MM. Smith, J. Murray (2011). Parachute without a ripcord: the skydive of communication interaction. Augment Altern Commun. 27(4), pp.292-303.
J. Murray, J. Goldbart, (2011). Emergence of working memory in children using aided communication. Journal of Assistive Technologies,. 5(4), pp.213-232.
J. Murray, J. Goldbart (2009). Augmentative and alternative communication: a review of current issues. Paediatrics and Child Health. 19(10), pp.464-468.
J. Murray, J. Goldbart (2009). Cognitive and language acquisition in typical and aided language learning: A review of recent evidence from an aided communication perspective. Child Language Teaching and Therapy. 25(1), pp.31-58.
Chapters in books
A. Hynan, J. Murray, J. Goldbart (2016). Self-representation considerations for people who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and social media. In: Disability and Social Media: Global Perspectives. Routledge, pp.287-302.
JL. Goldbart, H. Bell, J. Murray (2016). Operational demands and representational forms. In: The Silent Partner? Language, Interaction and Aided Communication. J&R Press,
J. Murray, MM. Smith (2011). Augmentative and Alternative Communication devices: The voices of adult users. In: Handbook of research on personal autonomy technologies and disability informatics..
M. Smith, J. Murray, TS. von, P. Langan (2010). A Tale of Transitions. In: Computer Synthesized Speech Technologies. IGI Global, pp.234-256.