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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:  2021-12-24
Source:  https://psico.fcep.urv.cat/utilitats/nim/
Keywords:  psycholinguisticslexiconword-recognitionEnglishSpanishCatalan


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



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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A collection of functions to analyze phonetic data in Julia.

Authors:  Matthew C. Kelley
Updated:  2021-02-08
Source:  https://github.com/maetshju/phonetics.jl
Keywords:  juliavowelsplottinglexiconacoustic-distanceneighborhood-densityphonotactic-probability



An online database of the lexical and phonological properties of American Sign Language.

Authors:  Naomi CaselliKaren EmmoreyZed Sevcikova SehyrAriel Cohen-GoldbergCindy O'Grady Farnady
Updated:  2020-12-24
Source:  https://asl-lex.org/index.html
Keywords:  American-Sign-Languagelexiconphonologymorphemesemantics


Mini Pinyin

A dataset creating a false language based on Mandarin Chinese for the purpose of studying higher order language learning

Authors:  Zachariah R. CrossLena Zou-WilliamsErica M. WilkinsonMatthias SchlesewskyIna Bornkessel-Schlesewsky
Updated:  2020-12-24
Source:  http://crr.ugent.be/archives/806
Keywords:  lexiconword-recognitionage-of-acquisitionlinguistics


ArtLex-en: Acoustic and EMA data on thousands of words and syllables spoken by a single speaker of American English

EMA and acoustic data on over 20,000 words and approximately 2,000 controlled syllables spoken in isolation by a single speaker of Midwestern American English.

Authors:  Charles RedmonSeulgi ShinPanying Rong
Updated:  2020-03-10
Source:  https://gitlab.com/chredmon/ku-artlex_eng1
Keywords:  electromagnetic-articulographyacousticslexiconenglish

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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


Auditory English Lexicon Project

The Auditory English Lexicon Project (AELP) is a multi-talker, multi-region psycholinguistic database of 10,170 spoken words and 10,170 spoken nonwords.

Authors:  Winston D. GohMelvin J. YapQian Wen Chee
Updated:  2019-12-24
Source:  https://inetapps.nus.edu.sg/aelp/
Keywords:  psycholinguisticsdatabaselexiconauditionsemanticsEnglish


The English Lexicon Project

The English Lexicon Project affords access to a large set of lexical characteristics, along with behavioral data from visual lexical decision and naming studies of 40,481 words and 40,481 nonwords.

Authors:  David A. BalotaMelvin YapMichael CorteseKeith HutchisonBrett KesslerBjorn LoftisJames NeelyDouglas NelsonGreg SimpsonRebecca TreimanGreg Burgess
Updated:  2019-09-28
Source:  https://elexicon.wustl.edu/
Keywords:  psycholinguisticsmemorycomputational-modelinglexicontext-database

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