FPRC spotlight lists
In the interest of helping researchers and others get up to speed on these various topics quickly, I've assembled a few recommended reading lists, or, spotlight lists, each focusing on one particular research area or theme, and comprising a few key works (usually around ten published works).
The CORE of filled pause research These are the works that every current filled pause researcher should know and cite.
The founding of hesitation phenomenology These works are from the early years of research on hesitation phenomena.
Filled pauses in second language acquisition and pedagogy For those who are interested in second language acquisition either as a researcher or as a teaching practitioner
Filled pauses for non-academics A list of resources that are aimed more at lay people; without all the technical jargon and hardcore statistics
Acoustic phonetics of filled pauses Just what it says: some key works that look various acoustic phonetic features of filled pauses
My greatest hits! Shameless promotion of some of my own work...