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Query:   Language and Sleep Deprivation Resources
Author:  Whitney Anne Postman
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Cognitive Science

Summary:   REGARDING QUERY: HTTP://WWW.LINGUISTLIST.ORG/ISSUES/16/16-1358.HTML#2

IN RESPONSE TO MY QUESTION ABOUT STUDIES OF EFFECTS OF SLEEP DEPRIVATION ON
LANGUAGE PROCESSING AND PRODUCTION,MARIA GAVRIEL OF UNIVERSITY OF
EDINBRUGH BROUGHT THE FOLLOWING EXCELLENT CONFERENCE POSTER TO MY ATTENTION:

BARD, SOTILLO, ANDERSON & TAYLOR (1996) THE DCIEM MAP TASK CORPUS:
SPONTANEOUS DIALOGUE UNDER SLEEP DEPRIVATION AND DRUG TREATMENT.

THE FULL PAPER WAS PUBLISHED IN ''SPEECH COMMUNICATION'':

BARD, E.G., SOTILLO, C., ANDERSON, A.H., THOMPSON, H.S., &TAYLOR, M.M.
(1996) THE DCIEM MAP TASK CORPUS: SPONTANEOUS DIALOGUE UNDER SLEEP
DEPRIVATION AND DRUG TREATMENT. SPEECH COMMUNICATION 20:71-84.

-WHITNEY ANNE POSTMAN
NIDCD/NIH

LL Issue: 16.1510
Date Posted: 12-May-2005
Original Query: Read original query