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Efficient Pitch Localizer

The Efficient Pitch Localizer stimuli are designed to effectively localize pitch regions and to work well with Sensimetrics Earphones. There are two types of stimuli: harmonic tones and frequency-matched gaussian noise.

Authors:  Sam Norman-HaignereNancy KanwisherJosh McDermott
Updated:  2013-12-11
Source:  http://web.mit.edu/svnh/www/Resolvability/Efficient_Pitch_Localizer.html
Keywords:  pitchauditionharmonicstonotopy

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Program for Open-Ended Scoring

The Program for Open-Ended Scoring (POES) is a computer program used to score open-ended tests. It was originally designed to score the Levels of Emotional Aareness Scale (LEAS), but it can also be used to score other text material.

Authors:  Duncan Ermini Leaf & Kimberly A. Barchard
Updated:  2013-09-24
Source:  https://github.com/deleaf/poes
Keywords:  psychologyeducationemotionPythonEnglish

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LeTalker is the name of a Matlab GUI version of the three-mass model of vocal fold vibration originally described in: Story and Titze (1995). LeTalker includes both subglottal and supraglottal (vocal tract) systems.

Authors:  Brad StoryIngo Titze
Updated:  2013-08-05
Source:  https://sal.arizona.edu/node/10
Keywords:  vocal-tractcodematlabEnglish


Alberta Language Environment Questionnaire

The ALEQ consists of questions about family demographics, language use among family members in the home, and other aspects of an ESL child's language environment.

Authors:  Johanne Paradis
Updated:  2011-12-24
Source:  https://sites.google.com/ualberta.ca/chesl/questionnaires
Keywords:  language-developmentenvironmentlanguage-exposurebehaviorspeech-pathologymultilingual



Wuggy is a pseudoword generator particularly geared towards making nonwords for psycholinguistic experiments.

Authors:  Emmanuel Keuleers and Marc Brysbaert
Updated:  2010-12-24
Source:  http://crr.ugent.be/programs-data/wuggy
Keywords:  linguisticspseudowordnonwordsphonologymorphologylexiconpsycholinguistics


Alberta Language Development Questionnaire

The ALDeQ consists of questions for parents concerning the early and current development of an ESL child's first language. The purpose is to understand whether there may be evidence of delay or difficulties in the first language.

Authors:  Johanne ParadisKristyn EmmerzaelTamara Sorenson Duncan
Updated:  2010-01-25
Source:  https://sites.google.com/ualberta.ca/chesl/questionnaires
Keywords:  language-developmentbehaviorlanguage-delaymultilingualspeech-pathology


Bilingual Aphasia Test (BAT)

The Bilingual Aphasia Test (BAT) was designed to assess each of the languages of a bilingual or multilingual individual with aphasia in an equivalent way.

Authors:  McGill University Neurolinguistics Lab
Updated:  2009-12-24
Source:  https://www.mcgill.ca/linguistics/research/bat
Keywords:  bilinguialspeechaphasialanguagelinguistics

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Mix and Match

Mix will allow experimental stimuli to be pseudo-randomised, according to constraints supplied by the user in a simple script. Match can match the conditions of factorial experiments. Both utilities have the ability to significantly speed up the development, and even improve the quality and power of your experiments.

Authors:  Maarten van Casteren & Matthew H. Davis
Updated:  2007-12-24
Source:  http://www.mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk/people/maarten-van-casteren/mixandmatch/
Keywords:  psychologyexperimentsoftwareEnglish

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The CMU Statistical Language Modeling Toolkit

The CMU-Cambridge Statistical Language Modeling toolkit is a suite of UNIX software tools to facilitate the construction and testing of statistical language models. The SLM toolkit is meant for large amounts of training data.

Authors:  Ronald Rosenfeld & Philip Clarkson
Updated:  1999-06-07
Source:  http://www.speech.cs.cmu.edu/SLM_info.html
Keywords:  languagedataexperimentword-frequency

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