Brocklehurst, P. H., Drake, E., & Corley, M. (2015). Perfectionism and stuttering: Findings of an online survey. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 44, 46–53.
Brocklehurst, P. H., Lickley, R, &.Corley, M. (2013). Revisiting Bloodstein's Anticipatory Struggle Hypothesis from a psycholinguistic perspective: A variable release threshold hypothesis of stuttering. Journal of Communication Disorders.
Brocklehurst, P.H., (2013) Stuttering prevalence, incidence and recovery rates depend on how we define it: Comment on Yairi & Ambrose’ article Epidemiology of Stuttering: 21st Century advances. Journal of Fluency Disorders,
Brocklehurst, P. H., Lickley, R., & Corley, M. (2012). The influence of anticipation of word-misrecognition in Stuttering. Journal of Communication Disorders, 45, 147-160
Brocklehurst, P. H., & Corley, M. (2011). Investigating the inner speech of people who stutter: Evidence for (and against) the Covert Repair Hypothesis. Journal of Communication Disorders, 44, 246-260.
Corley, M. Brocklehurst P.H, Moat, H.S (2011). Error biases in inner and overt speech: Evidence from tongue twisters. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 37, 162-175.
Brocklehurst, P.H. (2008). A review of evidence for the Covert Repair Hypothesis of stuttering. Contemporary Issues in Communication Science and Disorders, 35, 25-43. https://pubs.asha.org/doi/pdf/10.1044/cicsd_35_S_25
Exploring the relationships between perfectionism, speech-monitoring and disfluency in the speech of people who do and do not stutter. (September 2008)
Brocklehurst, P.H. (2016) Stammering and Post-Traumatic Stress—Some food for thought. British Stammering Association
Brocklehurst, P.H. (2010) People who stammer less perfectionistic? British Stammering Association: Speaking Out,
Brocklehurst, P.H. Corley, M (2009) Perfectionism and stammering: A psycholinguistic perspective. Signal: The newsletter of SIG disorders of fluency,31, p9
Brocklehurst, P.H. (2007). What’s special about acting? British Stammering Association: Speaking Out, Brocklehurst, P.H. (2002). The relationship between stuttering and the control of speech quality. British Stammering Association: Speaking Out,
2009 Lexical bias and the phonemic similarity effect in inner speech. AMLAP (Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing) conference in Barcelona,
2016 Stammering and Trauma. British Stammering Association Annual National Conference. University of Manchester, Manchester. UK
2015 The Hidden Strengths of People who Stutter. British Stammering Association annual National Conference. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. UK
2014 Secondary Aspects of Stuttering. Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.
2013 Stuttering: Some things to know. Department of Communicative Disorders. University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa) AL
2013 An introduction to the Variable Release Threshold (VRT) Hypothesis of stuttering. American Speech Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention, Chicago IL
2013 The paradox of non-avoidance. International Stuttering Association 10th World Congress Lunteren, Holland
2013 The role of false beliefs in the development of a covert stutter. International Stuttering Association 10th World Congress Lunteren, Holland
2012 Fluency or accuracy: deciding which to go for. British Stammering Association Annual National Conference. University of Lincoln, Lincoln. UK
2012 The fluency – accuracy trade-off: What it is and why it matters. ECSF colloquium on stuttering. Lessius College, Antwerp, Belgium.
2012 The role of speech quality-control processes in the production of stuttered disfluencies. University of Utrecht, Netherlands.
2011 Revisiting Bloodstein’s ‘Anticipatory Struggle Hypothesis’ from a psycholinguistic perspective. Oxford Dysfluency Conference. Oxford.
2011 Stuttering and the dysarthrias. Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists, Scottish Special Interest Group in Disfluency. Dundee, Scotland.
2011 The effect of anticipation on the speech of people who stutter. University of Birmingham: Dept of Psychology, Language and Cognition group.
2010 Do people who stutter make more errors in inner speech? 2nd European Symposium on Fluency Disorders. Lessius College, Antwerp.
2010 Comparing inner-speech error perception rates in people who do and who do not stutter. British Association of Clinical Linguistics, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.
2009 Perfectionism and stuttering: findings of an online survey.6th World Congress of the International Fluency Association, Rio di Janeiro.
2009 Speech monitoring, error-repair and disfluency. Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists, Scottish Special Interest Group in Disfluency. Perth, Scotland.