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Biber, D. 1993 'The Multi-Dimensional Approach to Linguistic Analyses of Genre Variation: An Overview of Methodology and Findings,' Computers and the Humanities, 26: 331-345.

Biber, D. 1996. "Investigating Language Use through Corpus-based Analysis of Association Patterns. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 1(2): 171-97.

Biber, Douglas and Jená Burges. 2000. "Historical Change in the Language Use of Women and Men". Journal of English Linguistics 28(1): 21-37.

Biber, D. & E. Finegan (eds.) 1994. Sociolinguistic Perspectives on Register. OUP.

Biber, D. & E. Finegan. 1986. An initial typology of English text types. In Aarts & Meijs (eds) 1986: 19-46.

Biber, D. & E. Finegan. 1988. Adverbial stance types in English. Discourse Processes 11: 1-34.

Biber, D. & E. Finegan. 1988. Drift in three English genres from the 18th to the 20th centuries: A multidimensional approach. In Kyto et al (eds) 1988: 83-101.

Biber, D. & E. Finegan. 1989. "Drift and the Evolution of English Style: A History of Three Genres". Language 65: 487-517.

Biber, D. & E. Finegan. 1989. Styles of stance in English. Lexical and grammatical marking of evidentiality and affect. Text 9: 93-124.

Biber, D. and E. Finegan 1992. 'The Linguistic Evolution of Five Written and Speech-Based English Genres from the 17th to the 20th Centuries,' in M. Rissanen (ed.), History of Englishes: New Methods and Interpretation in Historical Linguistics. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 668-704.

Biber, D., S. Conrad & R. Reppen. 1998. Corpus Linguistics: Investigating Language Structure and Use. Cambridge UP.

Biber, Douglas & Edward Finegan. 1994. "Intra-textual variation within medical research articles", in Corpus-based Research in to Language, ed. Nelleke Oostdijk & Pieter de Haan, pp. 201-21. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Biber, Douglas & Edward Finegan. 1997. "Diachronic Relations among Speech-Based and Written Registers in English", in To Explain the Present: Studies in the Changing english Language in Honour of matti Rissanen, ed. T. Nevalainen & L. Kahlas-Tarkka, pp. 253-76. Societe Neophilologique.

Biber, Douglas & Victoria Clark. 2002. "Historical Shifts in Modification Patterns with Complex Noun Phrase Structures: How Long can You go without a verb?", in English Historical Syntax and Morphology, ed. Teresa Fenego, et al. John Benjamins.

Biber, Douglas, Edward Finegan & Dwight Atkinson. 1994. "ARCHER and its Challenges: Compiling and Exploring a Representative Corpus of Historical English Registers", in Creating and Using English Language Corpora, ed. Udo Fries, et al., pp. 1-13. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Biber, Douglas, Stig Johansson, Geoffrey Leech, Susan Conrad, & Edward Finegan. 1999. Longman Grammar of Spoken and Written English. Harlow, Essex: Longman.

Biber, Douglas. 1985. "Investigating Macroscopic Textual Variation Through Multifeature/Multidimensional Analyses". Linguistics 23: 337-60.

Biber, Douglas. 1986. "Spoken and written textual dimensions in English: Resolving the contradictory findings". Language 62: 384-414.

Biber, Douglas. 1986. On the investigation of spoken/written differences. Studia Linguistica 40: 1-21.

Biber, Douglas. 1987. "A textual comparison of British and American writing". American Speech 62: 99-119.

Biber, Douglas. 1987. "British and American Writing". American Speech 62(2): 99-119.

Biber, Douglas. 1988 Variation across speech and writing. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Biber, Douglas. 1989. A typology of English texts. Linguistics 27: 3-43.

Biber, Douglas. 1995. Dimensions of Register Variation: A Cross-Linguistic Comparison. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Biber, Douglas. 1998. Dimensions of variation among 18th century speech-based and written resigters. Paper prestend at the Historical Corpora Workshop of the ICAME Conference, Newcastle, Northern Ireland. May 1998.

Biber, Douglas. 2000. "Historical Change in the Language Use of Women and Men: Gender Differences in Dramatic Dialogue". Journal of English Linguistics 28 (1): 21-37.

Biber, Douglas. 2001. "Dimensions of Variation among 18thcentury Speech-based and Written Registers". Towards a Hisotry of English as a History of Genres, ed. Hans-Juergen Diller and Manfred Goerlach, pp. 89-109. Heidelberg: Carl Winter.

Biber, Douglas. 2001. "Corpus Linguistics and the Study of English Grammar". English Corpus Studies 8: 1-17.

Biber, Douglas. 2004. "Compressed noun-phrase structures in newspaper discourse: The competing demands of popularization vs. economy", in New Media Language, ed. Jean Aitchison & Diana M. Lewis, pp. 168-81. London & New York: Routledge.

Biber, Douglas. 2004. "Historical Patterns for the Grammatical Marking of Stance: A Cross-register Comparison". Journal of Historical Pragmatics 5(1): 107-36.

Biber, Douglas. 2004. "Modal Use across Registers and Time", in Studies in the History of the English Language II: Unfolding Conversations. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Biber, Douglas. 2006. University Language: A Corpus-Based Study of Spoken and Written Registers. John Benjamins.

Biber, Douglas & Jesse Egbert. 2016. "Register Variation on the Searchable Web: A Multi-Dimensional Analysis". Journal of English Linguistics 44(2): 95-137.

Biber, Douglas & Bethany Gray. 2012. "The Competing Demands of Popularization vs. Economy: Written Language in the Age of Mass Literacy", in The Oxford Handbook of the History of English, ed. Terttu Nevalainen & Elizabeth Closs Traugott, pp. 314-328. Oxford: OUP.

Biber, Douglas, Bethany Gray, Alpo Honkapohja & Paivi Pahta. 2011. "Prepositional modifiers in early English medical prose", in Communicating Early English Manuscripts, ed. Paivi Pahta & Andreas H. Jucker, pp. 197-211. CUP.

Biber, Douglas, Ulla Connor & Thomas A. Upton. 2007. Discourse on the Move: Using Corpus Analysis to Describe Discourse Structure. John Benjamins.