Tuesday, December 29, 2009

More Experiments!

I love online demos and live experiments because they give non-experts a user friendly, non-intimidating way to see some of the bread and butter tools of contemporary linguistics. Thanks to the excellent blog from the Human Language Processing (HLP) lab at the University of Rochester, I've discovered a few more to pass on (I have a list to your left under Call For Participation).
  • Alex Drummond 's self paced reading demo (this is a common experimental paradigm within psycholinguistics).
English: Pre-Test Questionnaire
English Experiment
English Experiment: Acceptability Judgments Only

Čestina: Experiment

Russian: Pre-Test Questionnaire
Russian Experiment


Anonymous said...

Hey, thanks =). Some folks may find the online template for MechTurk experiments also useful (http://hlplab.wordpress.com/2009/12/13/mech-turk-and-written-recall/), though it's not a full demo experiment. We're currently trying to figure out how to play and record sound so that we can run full-blown production studies online. Any hints would be very welcome.

Florian (HLP Lab)

Chris said...

Unfortunately, I've never used Mechanical Turk so I can't help with process of loading sound and such. I'll be looking forward to seeing the finished product though ;)

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