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Wed Jul 28 2010
Qs: Online Psycholinguistic Experiment
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Online Psycholinguistic Experiment
Message 1: Online Psycholinguistic Experiment
From: Asya Achimova <achimovarutgers.edu>
Subject: Online Psycholinguistic Experiment
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We are inviting you to participate in a psycholinguistic experiment that
compares expert and 'naïve' performance in judging certain
sentences/structures in English. We have obtained a sample of data from
undergraduate Psychology students, who will serve as 'naïve' participants,
and we would now like to have an expert sample for comparison.
The experiment will take 20-30 minutes and can be done online. It will be
completely anonymous and questions about your language background are
optional. We understand that there are many impositions on your time and we
would be very grateful if you could help us with our study. This link will
take you to the experiment http://rci.rutgers.edu/~achimova/experiment.html
Please forward this information to your graduate students if you think they
might be interested in participating too.
Thank you in advance for your help,
Asya Achimova, Julien Musolino, Viviane Deprez
Psycholinguistics Lab, Rutgers University
Subject Language(s): English (eng)
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