The emergence of systematic argument distinctions in artificial sign languages (dataset)
Data CreatorMotamedi, Yasamin
PublisherUniversity of Edinburgh. Centre for Language Evolution
Relation (Is Referenced By)https://psyarxiv.com/p6zy4/
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CitationMotamedi, Yasamin; Schouwstra, Marieke; Smith, Kenny; Culbertson, Jennifer; Kirby, Simon. (2020). The emergence of systematic argument distinctions in artificial sign languages (dataset), [dataset]. University of Edinburgh. Centre for Language Evolution. https://doi.org/10.7488/ds/2852.
DescriptionThe 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 organised in transmission chains of 5 generations, such that each generation comprised a pair of participants.
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