201120092008200720021900Number of publications: 15.2011Stone, C., Adam, R., Carty, B. (2011). Ghostwriting: Deaf translators within the Deaf community. BABEL, 57 (4), 375-399. doi:10.1075/babel.57.4.01adaStone, C., Adam, R. (2011). Through a historical lens: contextualizing interpreting research.. In Nicodemus, B., Swabey, L. (Eds.), Advances in Interpreting Research: Inquiry in action. (pp. 225-240). John Benjamins.2009Adam, R., Stone, C. (2009). Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities, sign language research and sign language interpreters. WFD News, (May 2009), 16-17. Adam, R. (2009). DCAL Research Centre. WFD News, (June 2009), 14-15. ADAM, R. (2009). Deaf Australia and Deafness Forum. Deaf Australia Outlook, 18 (4), 3-5. Orfanidou, E., Adam, R., McQueen, J., Morgan, G. (2009). Making sense of nonsense in British Sign Language. The contribution of different phonological parameters to sign recognition.. Memory and Cognition, 37 (3), 302-315. 2008Stone, C., Adam, R., Carty, B. (2008). Deaf translators from within the Deaf community. British Deaf News, 16-17. ADAM, R. (2008). See Hear. ADAM, R. (2008). The relationship between Culture and Sign Language Interpreting - some thoughts. Across the Board, 3 (4), 18-19. 2007ADAM, R.O., E, M., J, M., G. (2007). The Sign Segmentation Project. Sign Matters, (February 2007),2002Napier, J., Adam, R. (2002). A comparative linguistic analysis of Auslan and BSL interpreting. Deaf Worlds, 18 (1), 22-31. Schembri, A., Wigglesworth, G., Johnston, T., Leigh, G., Adam, R., Barker, R. (2002). Issues in development of the test battery for Australian sign language morphology and syntax.. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 7 (1), 18-40. 1900Orfanidou, E., Adam, R., McQueen, J., Morgan, G. (1900). Recognition of signed and spoken language: Different sensory inputs, the same segmentation process. Journal of Memory and Language,Woll, B., Adam, R. (1900). Sign Language and the Politics of Deafness. In Martin-Jones, M., Blackledge, A., Creese, A. (Eds.), Routledge.Adam, R.E.J. (1900). Unimodal bilingualism in the Deaf community: Language contact between two sign languages in Australia and the United Kingdom. (Doctoral Dissertation). University College London.