LINGUIST List 11.1877

Wed Sep 6 2000

Qs: Psycholing Textbooks,English & German Corpora

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  1. Regina Morin, Undergrad Psycholinguistic Textbooks
  2. Frank Oswalt, Corpora English and German

Message 1: Undergrad Psycholinguistic Textbooks

Date: Tue, 05 Sep 2000 11:44:10 -0400
From: Regina Morin <rmorinTCNJ.EDU>
Subject: Undergrad Psycholinguistic Textbooks

I would like to know if anyone is familiar with text books at the
undergraduate level dealing with the psycholinguistic aspects of
language processing and speech disorders and or with other aspects of
psycholinguistics. I am interested in texts that are really for
undergraduates rather than graduate students and that hopefully have
exercises accompanying the chapters. I would be happy to post a summary
of all replies. Thank you. Regina Morin, Department of Modern
Languages, The College of New Jersey
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Message 2: Corpora English and German

Date: Wed, 06 Sep 2000 13:25:44 CDT
From: Frank Oswalt <>
Subject: Corpora English and German

Dear linguists,

I need yall's help in finding the following:
- German corpora tagged for phrase structure and/or grammatical relations 
(such as Subject, Direct Object, etc.)
- English corpora tagged for grammatical relations (not phrase structure)
- English-German parallel corpora (tagged or untagged)
I'm interested in both commercially and freely available corpora. I have 
searched the web, but it seems I have not looked in the right places. I'll 
be sure to post a summary.

Take care now,
Frank Oswalt
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