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Psycholinguistic norms for more than 300 lexical signs in German Sign Language (DGS)

The first psycholinguistic norms for iconicity, age of acquisition, frequency, and transparency for more than 300 lexical signs in German Sign Language (Deutsche Gebärdensprache, DGS).

Authors:  Patrick C. TrettenbreinNina-Kristin PendzichJens-Michael CramerMarkus SteinbachEmiliano Zaccarella
Updated:  2021-11-26
Source:  https://osf.io/mz8j4/
Keywords:  psycholinguisticslexicondatabaseGerman-Sign-LanguageGermanEnglish

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LinguaPix

LinguaPix is a database of picture naming norms. 1,620 colour photographs of items spanning across 42 semantic categories were named and rated by a group of German speakers (and are currently evaluated by a group of Dutch, English, Polish, and Cantonese speakers).

Authors:  Agniszka Ewa KrautzEmmanuel KeuleersGabriella RundbladSusanna Yeung
Updated:  2021-09-22
Source:  https://linguapix.uni-mannheim.de/frontend/web/
Keywords:  psychologylinguisticssemanticsaudiopicture-namingEnglishGermanPolish

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NIM

NIM is a search engine designed to look for the collection of psycholinguistic research materials. Its purpose is to simplify the task of researchers during the preparation and design of experiments.

Authors:  Marc GuaschRoger BoadaPilar FerréRosa Sánchez-CasasAntonio MasipEnric Sunyer
Updated:  2021-09-22
Source:  https://psico.fcep.urv.cat/utilitats/nim/
Keywords:  psycholinguisticslexiconword-recognitionEnglishSpanishCatalan

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SpiCE: Speech in Cantonese and English

An open-access corpus of conversational bilingual Speech in Cantonese and English.

Authors:  Khia A. JohnsonMolly BabelIvan FongNancy Yiu
Updated:  2021-05-20
Source:  https://doi.org/10.5683/SP2/MJOXP3
Keywords:  bilingualconversationcorpuscantoneseenglish

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Global Signbank

Lexical database of Sign Language of the Netherlands (NGT).

Authors:  Onno CrasbornSteve Cassidy
Updated:  2021-04-22
Source:  https://signbank.cls.ru.nl/
Keywords:  languagemorphemehandshapesign-language-of-the-Netherlands

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childLex

childLex is based on a corpus of children’s books and comprises 10 million words that were syntactically annotated and lemmatized. childLex reports linguistic norms for lexical, superlexical, and sublexical variables in three different age groups: 6–8 (grades1–2), 9–10 (grades 3–4), and 11–12 years (grades 5–6).

Authors:  Sascha SchroederKay-Michael WürznerJulian HeisterAlexander GeykenReinhold Kliegl
Updated:  2021-03-02
Source:  https://osf.io/m59uv/
Keywords:  languagelexiconreading-developmentlinguisticsGerman

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Corpus of Dutch Sign Language

The NGT is a collection data from deaf signers using Sign Language of the Netherlands (NGT).

Authors:  Onno CrasbornInge ZwitserloodJohan Ros
Updated:  2020-09-22
Source:  https://www.corpusngt.nl/
Keywords:  languagecommunicationDutch-Sign-Language

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The English Crowdsourcing Project (L2 speakers)

The English Crowdsourcing Project (L2) contains word recognition times for 61,851 English words in a Y/N vocabulary recognition task.

Authors:  Marc BrysbaertEmmanuel KeuleersPawel Mandera
Updated:  2020-05-18
Source:  http://crr.ugent.be/programs-data/lexicon-projects
Keywords:  word-prevalenceword-frequencyword-knowledgecrowdsourcinglanguage-acquisitionvocabulary

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Corpus of Contemporary American English

The Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA) is the only large, genre-balanced corpus of American English.

Authors:  Mark Davies
Updated:  2020-03-22
Source:  https://www.english-corpora.org/coca/
Keywords:  Englishcorporalinguisticsfrequency-dataword-form

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The French Lexicon Project

The French Lexicon Project contains lexical decision times for over 38,000 French words.

Authors:  Ludovic FerrandBoris NewMarc BrysbaertEmmanuel KeuleersPatrick BoninAlain MeotMaria AugustinovaChristophe Pallier
Updated:  2020-02-03
Source:  https://osf.io/f8kc4/
Keywords:  lexiconvocabularyFrenchword-frequencyword-recognition

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