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Bax, Stephen and Chan, Sathena (2016). Researching the cognitive validity of GEPT High-Intermediate and Advanced Reading: an eye tracking and stimulated recall study. The Language Training and Testing Center (LTTC) Taipei, Taiwan (R.O.C). file

Bax, Stephen (2013). The cognitive processing of candidates during reading tests: Evidence from eye-tracking. Language Testing, 30(4) pp. 441–465.

Bax, Stephen (2013). Researching Intertextual Reading. Contemporary Studies in Descriptive Linguistics, 25. Oxford: Peter Lang.

Bax, Stephen (2013). Readers’ cognitive processes during IELTS reading tests: evidence from eye tracking. British Council, ELT Research Papers 13-06. file

Bax, Stephen (2010). Discourse and Genre: Using Language in Context. Perspectives on the English Language. Palgrave Macmillan.

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Chan, Sathena; Bax, Stephen and Weir, Cyril (2017). Researching participants taking IELTS Academic Writing Task 2 (AWT2) in paper mode and in computer mode in terms of score equivalence, cognitive validity and other factors. IELTS Partners: British Council, Cambridge English Language Assessment and IDP: IELTS Australia. file

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Kan, Qian; Owen, Nathaniel and Bax, Stephen (2018). Researching mobile-assisted Chinese-character learning strategies among adult distance learners. Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching, 12(1) pp. 56–71. filefile

Kan, Qian and Bax, Stephen (2017). Introduction to Beyond the language classroom: researching MOOCs and other innovations. In: Kan, Qian and Bax, Stephen eds. Beyond the language classroom: researching MOOCs and other innovations. Research-publishing.net, pp. 1–4. file

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