West, P. 2000. Long-distance coarticulatory effects of British English /l/ and /r/: An EMA, EPG and Acoustic study. Proceedings of SPS 5, Seeon. 105-108. (Postscript version, Pdf version)
West, P. 2000. Long-distance coarticulatory effects of British English liquids: an EMA, EPG and Acoustic study. Oxford University Working Papers in Linguistics Philology and Phonetics. 5, 73-86.
West, P., Slater, A., Coleman, J, Cortina, M. 2000. Reaction time in phoneme monitoring varies with segment duration. Oxford University Working Papers in Linguistics Philology and Phonetics. 5, 87-95.
West, P. 1999. Perception of distributed coarticulatory properties of English /l/ and /r/. Journal of Phonetics Vol. 27(4), 405-426.
West, P. 1999. The extent of coarticulation: an acoustic and articulatory study. Proceedings of ICPhS 99. Vol. 3, 1901-1904. (Pdf version)
West, P. 1998. Review of A Dictionary of South African English on Historical Principles. World Englishes. Vol. 17(1), 90-92.
Reynolds, E., P. West and J.S. Coleman. 1998. Proto Indo-European 'laryngeals' were vocalic. Oxford Working Papers in Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics. Vol. 3, 84-104.
West, P. 1997. Review of April McMahon's Understanding Language Change. Word. Vol. 48 (1), 158-161.
Mesthrie, R. and P. West. 1995. Towards a grammar of proto South African English. English World-Wide. Vol. 16(1), 105-133.
Reynolds, E., P. West and J. Coleman. (to appear in Diachronica). PIE laryngeals were vocalic.