Psycholinguistics

Collecting Fancy Art

Joshua Hartshorne and Yi Ting Huang - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Jun
26
2013

To really know what a word means, you have to not just know its definition, but how to use it. In this experiment, you will try to learn how to use new words.

How does this sound?: An Online Assessment of Sentences

Barry Gordon, MD, Kerry Ledoux, PhD and Mariya Chernenok - Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA.

Time to complete - 30 minutes.
May
22
2013

The goal of this study is to better understand speech, language and comprehension abilities in normal, healthy individuals.

Collecting Fancy Art

Joshua Hartshorne and Yi Ting Huang - M.I.T., University of Maryland, USA.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Apr
23
2013

To really know what a word means, you have to not just know its definition, but how to use it. In this game, you will try to learn how to use new words.

How do we understand what words mean?

Dr Jenni Rodd - University College London, UK.

Time to complete - 5 minutes
Aug
5
2011

This is a word association experiment. For each word in a list, you will need to type in the first word that comes to mind. At the end of the experiment we will explain the sorts of responses that our theory predicts that you will make.

Self Forgiveness

Paul Atkinson - Sheffield Hallam University, UK.

Time to complete - 5 minutes.
May
2
2011

A questionnaire developed from a previous study which developed a model of the process of self forgiveness using christian participants. The questionnaire will reflect if the wider population share this view. There is virtually no empirical evidence to support other modes.

Language & Gender

Tirza Leader, Nanette Bech-Nielsen and Manuela Thomae - University of Kent at Canterbury
May
13
2010

Our study investigates the impact of language use on gender stereotypes and friendship and perceived friendship quality. The study takes about 10 minutes to complete.

Route-finding Dialogue Study

Dr Kavita Thomas - University of Bremen, Germany
Mar
22
2010

Please participate in a quick (less than 15 minutes) online web experiment on route finding. Your response will help us design responsive wheelchairs and elderly in-home assistance software.

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