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Tatool

Tatool (Training and Testing Tool) was developed to assist researchers with programming training software, experiments, and questionnaires.

Authors:  Claudia C. von BastianAndré LocherMichael Ruflin
Updated:  2022-01-29
Source:  http://www.tatool.ch/
Keywords:  psychologyexperimentJavasoftwareEnglishGerman

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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:  2021-09-29
Source:  https://linguapix.uni-mannheim.de/frontend/web/
Keywords:  psychologylinguisticssemanticsaudiopicture-namingEnglishGermanPolish

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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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The Emotion Recognition Task

The ERT is a computerized task to assess the perception of facial expressions. The task presents morphed facial expressions that gradually increase in intensity.

Authors:  Barbara MontagneRoy KesselsDavid PerrettEdward de Haan
Updated:  2020-09-29
Source:  https://www.emotionrecognitiontask.com/
Keywords:  emotionpsychologyneuropsychologycognitionDutchEnglishGermanFrenchSpanishFinnishItalianRussianLithuanianGreekPortugueseTurkish

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The Karl Eberhards Corpus of spontaneously spoken southern German in dialogues: Audio and articulatory recordings

40 one-hour recordings of two friends talking to each other.

Authors:  Denis ArnoldFabian Tomaschek
Updated:  2019-11-29
Source:  http://hdl.handle.net/11022/1009-0000-0007-DADB-D
Keywords:  spontaneous-speechspoken-corpuselectromagnetic-articulographygerman

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CMUSphinx4

CMU Sphinx is a set of speech recognition development libraries and tools that can be linked in to speech-enable applications.

Authors:  Evandro GouveaPeter GorniakPhilip KwokPaul LamereBeth LoganPedro MorenoBhiksha RajMosur RavishankarBent Schmidt-NielsenRita SinghJM Van ThongWillie WalkerManfred WarmuthJoe WoelfelPeter Wolf
Updated:  2019-10-23
Source:  https://cmusphinx.github.io/
Keywords:  speechprogrammingJavaexperimentEnglishFrenchMandarinGermanDutchRussian

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SLABank

SLABank is a component of TalkBank dedicated to providing corpora for the study of second language acquisition.

Authors:  Brian MacWhinney
Updated:  2018-05-04
Source:  https://slabank.talkbank.org/
Keywords:  language-acquisitionsecond-languageCzechEnglishFrenchGermanHungarianIcelandicItalianMandarinSpanish

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AphasiaBank

An integrated repository for the study of language in aphasia.

Authors:  Brian MacWhinney
Updated:  2017-08-30
Source:  https://aphasia.talkbank.org/
Keywords:  aphasiaconversationlanguageEnglishCantoneseCroatianFrenchGermanGreekHungarianItalianJapaneseMadarinRomanianSpanish

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Natural Sounds Stimulus Set

The sound set includes 165 natural sounds, each 2-seconds in duration. The sounds were intended to include many of the sounds people commonly hear in their daily life.

Authors:  Sam Norman-HaignereNancy G. KanwisherJosh H. McDermott
Updated:  2015-11-29
Source:  http://mcdermottlab.mit.edu/svnh/Natural-Sound/Stimuli.html
Keywords:  speechmusicstimulifrequencyGermanFrenchItalianRussianHindiChinese

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CogSci2016

Self-paced reading data on Dutch sentences (Dutch native speakers) and English sentences (Dutch and German native speakers).

Authors:  Stefan L. FrankThijs TrompenaarsShravan Vasishth
Updated:  2015-05-06
Source:  https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/action/downloadSupplement?doi=10.1111%2Fcogs.12247&file=cogs12247-sup-0001-DataS1.zip
Keywords:  languagereadingcross-linguisticDutchEnglishGerman

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CLEARPOND: Cross-Linguistic Easy-Access Resource for Phonological and Orthographic Neighborhood Densitites

CLEARPOND provides a user-friendly, web-based interface for obtaining Dutch, English, French, German and Spanish phonological and orthographic neighborhood densities (or, PONDs).

Authors:  Viorica MarianJames BartolottiSarah ChabalAnthony Shook
Updated:  2012-09-29
Source:  https://clearpond.northwestern.edu/index.html
Keywords:  linguisticsphoneticsneighborhood-densitydatabaselexiconDutchEnglishFrenchGermanSpanish

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CELEX

Web-based version of the Center for Lexical Information (CELEX) database, containing Dutch word frequencies.

Authors:  R H. BaayenR PiepenbrockL Gulikers
Updated:  2001-09-29
Source:  http://celex.mpi.nl/
Keywords:  languageword-formpsycholinguisticsDutchEnglishGermanCyrillic

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