Hughes, V. (2017) Sample size and the multivariate kernel density likelihood ratio: how many speakers are enough? To appear in Speech Communication.
Hughes, V., Foulkes, P. and Wood, S. (2016) Filled pauses as variables in forensic voice comparison. International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law 23(1): 99-132.
Hughes, V. and Foulkes, P. (2015) The relevant population in forensic voice comparison: effects of varying delimitations of social class and age. Speech Communication 66: 218-230.
Gold, E. and Hughes, V. (2014) Issues and opportunities for the application of the numerical likelihood ratio framework to forensic speaker comparison. Science and Justice 54(4): 292-299.
Hughes, V. and Foulkes, P. (2014) Variability in analyst decisions during the computation of numerical likelihood ratios. International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law 21(2): 279-315.
Haddican, B., Foulkes, P., Hughes, V. and Richards, H. (2013) Social correlates of two vowel changes in Northern England. Language Variation and Change 25(3): 371-403.
Hughes, V., Brereton, A. and Gold, E. (2013) Sample size and the computation of numerical likelihood ratios using articulation rate. York Papers in Linguistics 13: 22-46.