Projects in Progress: Reliability in specialized academic word lists: Beyond coverage-based post-hoc analyses
Lexical resources of Generation 1.5 academic writers: An analysis of lexical diversity, sophistication, and challenges
Under Review: Miller, D. (under review) Analyzing Frequency Lists. In S. Gries & M. Paquot (eds.), The Practical Handbook of Corpus Linguistics. Springer
Peer Reviewed Publications: Miller, D. (2015). The challenge of constructing a reliable word list: An exploratory corpus-based analysis of lexical variability in introductory Psychology textbooks. In V. Cortes & and E. Csomay (eds.), Corpus-based Research in Applied Linguistics: Studies in Honor of Doug Biber (pp. 123–146). Herndon, VA: John Benjamins.
Miller, D. & Biber, D. (2015). Evaluating reliability in quantitative vocabulary studies: The influence of corpus design and composition. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 20(1), 30-54.
Doolan, S. & Miller, D. (2012). Generation 1.5 Written Error Patterns: A Comparative Study. Journal of Second Language Writing 21(1), 1-22.
Miller, D. (2011). ESL reading textbooks vs. university textbooks: Are we giving our students the input they may need? Journal of English for Academic Purposes 10(1), 32-46.