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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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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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PsychoPy

An open-source package for running experiments in Python.

Authors:  Jonathan W. PeirceJeremy R. GraySol SimpsonMichael R. MacAskillRichard HöchenbergerHiroyuki SogoErik KastmanJonas K. Lindeløv
Updated:  2021-04-15
Source:  psychopy.org
Keywords:  pythonexperimentneurosciencelinguisticspsychologypsychophysicspsycholinguisticsexperiment-controlexperimental-design

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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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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:  2019-09-22
Source:  https://inetapps.nus.edu.sg/aelp/
Keywords:  psycholinguisticsdatabaselexiconauditionsemanticsEnglish

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The Talk Bank System

A repository in 14 research areas to foster fundamental research in the study of human communication with an emphasis on spoken communication.

Authors:  Brian MacWhinney
Updated:  2019-07-08
Source:  https://talkbank.org/
Keywords:  conversationinteractionpsycholinguisticschild-language

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LSE-Sign

The LSE-Sign database is a free online tool for selecting Spanish Sign Language stimulus materials to be used in experiments.

Authors:  Eva Gutierrez-SigutBrendan CostelloCristina BausManuel Carreiras
Updated:  2016-09-22
Source:  http://lse-sign.bcbl.eu/web-busqueda/
Keywords:  psycholinguisticsphoneticsdatabaseSpanish-Sign-LanguageSpanish

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English Concreteness Ratings

We have collected concreteness ratings for 40 thousand English lemma words with Amazon Mechanical Turk. The ratings come from a larger list of 63 thousand words and represent all English words known to 85% of the raters. As such, the list can be used as a reference list for future word recognition in (American) English.

Authors:  Marc BrysbaertVictor Kupermanand Amy Beth Warriner
Updated:  2013-09-15
Source:  http://crr.ugent.be/archives/1330
Keywords:  word-recognitionlinguisticsconcretenesspsycholinguistics

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EsPal

EsPal is based on an extensible set of data sources, beginning with a 300 million token written database and a 460 million token subtitle database.

Authors:  Andrew DuchonManuel PereaNuria Sebastián-GallésAntonia MartíManuel Carreiras
Updated:  2013-01-26
Source:  https://www.bcbl.eu/databases/espal/
Keywords:  phonological-neighborsfrequencydatabaseneighborhood-densitypsycholinguisticslanguageSpanish

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Wuggy

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

Authors:  Emmanuel Keuleers and Marc Brysbaert
Updated:  2010-09-22
Source:  http://crr.ugent.be/programs-data/wuggy
Keywords:  linguisticspseudowordnonwordsphonologymorphologylexiconpsycholinguistics

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