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Data from Culbertson et al. (2019) Children’s sensitivity to phonological and semantic cues during noun class learning
Data from Culbertson, J., Jarvinen, H., Haggarty, F., and Smith, K. (2019). Children’s sensitivity to phonological and semantic cues during noun class learning: Evidence for a phonological bias. Language, 95(2):268–293.
The emergence of systematic argument distinctions in artificial sign languages (dataset)
The video data stored in this repository are from a lab-based experiment in which hearing English speaking participants were asked to communicate with a partner using only gesture. Participants took part in pairs, and were ...
Data from "Language learners privilege structured meaning over surface frequency"
Although it is widely agreed that learning the syntax of natural languages involves acquiring structure-dependent rules, recent work on acquisition has nevertheless attempted to characterize the outcome of learning primarily ...
Evolving artificial sign languages in the lab: from improvised gesture to systematic sign (dataset)
This dataset comprises videos recorded for an artificial language learning study in the manual modality. Three experiments were conducted. In experiment 1, pairs of participants communicated about a set of concepts using ...