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* '''PEERS Word Pool''' ([http://memory.psych.upenn.edu/files/wordpools/PEERS_wordpool.zip zip]) - The edited version of Kucera & Francis word pool used in the [[PEERS]] experiment.
* '''Noun Pool''' (<<[[ExtLink]](/files/wordpools/nounpool.txt,text)>>, <<[[ExtLink]](/files/wordpools/nounpool.tgz,sound)>>) - The edited version of the noun pool.
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* '''Noun Pool''' ([http://memory.psych.upenn.edu/files/wordpools/nounpool.txt text], [http://memory.psych.upenn.edu/files/wordpools/nounpool.tgz sound]) - The edited version of the noun pool.
* '''Categorized Word Pool''' (<<[[ExtLink]](/files/wordpools/catwpool.txt,text)>>) - The categorized word pool is taken from Murdock (1976). It has 32 categories with 32 words each.
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* '''Categorized Word Pool''' ([http://memory.psych.upenn.edu/files/wordpools/catwpool.txt text]) - The categorized word pool is taken from Murdock (1976). It has 32 categories with 32 words each.
* '''Kucera & Francis Word Pool''' (<<[[ExtLink]](/files/wordpools/kfpool.txt,text)>>, <<[[ExtLink]](/files/wordpools/kfpool.zip,zip)>>) - This word pool from Kucera & Francis contains word frequency ratings.
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* '''Kucera & Francis Word Pool''' ([http://memory.psych.upenn.edu/files/wordpools/kfpool.txt text], [http://memory.psych.upenn.edu/files/wordpools/kfpool.zip zip]) - This word pool from Kucera & Francis contains word frequency ratings.
* '''Toronto Word Pool''' (<<[[ExtLink]](/files/wordpools/wordpool.txt,text)>>) - The complete Toronto word pool.  Contains high frequency nouns, adjectives, and verbs taken from the Thorndike-Lorge (1944) norms. This word pool has been used in hundreds of studies at Toronto and elsewhere.
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* '''Toronto Word Pool''' ([http://memory.psych.upenn.edu/files/wordpools/wordpool.txt text]) - The complete Toronto word pool.  Contains high frequency nouns, adjectives, and verbs taken from the Thorndike-Lorge (1944) norms. This word pool has been used in hundreds of studies at Toronto and elsewhere.
* '''Toronto Noun Pool''' (<<[[ExtLink]](/files/wordpools/nouns.txt,text)>>) - The Toronto noun pool has ratings of word frequency (Kucera & Francis) and imagery.
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* '''Toronto Noun Pool''' ([http://memory.psych.upenn.edu/files/wordpools/nouns.txt text]) - The Toronto noun pool has ratings of word frequency (Kucera & Francis) and imagery.
* '''Toronto Noun Pool subset''' (<<[[ExtLink]](/files/wordpools/igornouns.txt,text)>>) - Used in the IGOR1 experiment
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* '''Toronto Noun Pool subset''' ([http://memory.psych.upenn.edu/files/wordpools/igornouns.txt text]) - Used in the IGOR1 experiment
* '''Auditory Toronto Word Pool''' (<<[[ExtLink]](/files/wordpools/wordpool.zip,zip)>>) - Digitized voice files of all of the words in the Toronto noun pool. The voice files are recorded in <code><nowiki>.voc</nowiki></code> format. Using the Experiment Programming Library these files can be randomized and presented in memory experiments. New functionality in the EPL allows for dichotic presentation of auditory items.
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* '''Auditory Toronto Word Pool''' ([http://memory.psych.upenn.edu/files/wordpools/wordpool.zip zip]) - Digitized voice files of all of the words in the Toronto noun pool. The voice files are recorded in <code><nowiki>.voc</nowiki></code> format.  
  (!) Does this need to be revised? Do we even support the EPL?
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* '''iEEG Free Recall Noun Pool''' ([http://memory.psych.upenn.edu/files/wordpools/iEEG_FR_nouns.txt text]) - The iEEG Free Recall pool of high frequency nouns used in our clinical iEEG studies.
 
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* '''MRC Psycholinguistic Database''' ([http://www.psych.rl.ac.uk/ link]) - Huge searchable database with many more words and norms than the Toronto word pool or even Kucera & Francis.
* '''iEEG Free Recall Noun Pool''' (<<[[ExtLink]](/files/wordpools/iEEG_FR_nouns.txt,text)>>) - The iEEG Free Recall pool of high frequency nouns used in our clinical iEEG studies.
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  (!) Is this still correct?
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* '''MRC Psycholinguistic Database''' ([http://www.psy.uwa.edu.au/mrcdatabase/uwa_mrc.htm link]) - Huge searchable database with many more words and norms than the Toronto word pool or even Kucera & Francis.
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* '''Free Association Norms''' ([http://w3.usf.edu/FreeAssociation link]) - The largest database of free association norms ever collected.
 
* '''Free Association Norms''' ([http://w3.usf.edu/FreeAssociation link]) - The largest database of free association norms ever collected.
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Latest revision as of 17:01, 23 January 2013

  • PEERS Word Pool (zip) - The edited version of Kucera & Francis word pool used in the PEERS experiment.
  • Noun Pool (text, sound) - The edited version of the noun pool.
  • Categorized Word Pool (text) - The categorized word pool is taken from Murdock (1976). It has 32 categories with 32 words each.
  • Kucera & Francis Word Pool (text, zip) - This word pool from Kucera & Francis contains word frequency ratings.
  • Toronto Word Pool (text) - The complete Toronto word pool. Contains high frequency nouns, adjectives, and verbs taken from the Thorndike-Lorge (1944) norms. This word pool has been used in hundreds of studies at Toronto and elsewhere.
  • Toronto Noun Pool (text) - The Toronto noun pool has ratings of word frequency (Kucera & Francis) and imagery.
  • Toronto Noun Pool subset (text) - Used in the IGOR1 experiment
  • Auditory Toronto Word Pool (zip) - Digitized voice files of all of the words in the Toronto noun pool. The voice files are recorded in .voc format.
  • iEEG Free Recall Noun Pool (text) - The iEEG Free Recall pool of high frequency nouns used in our clinical iEEG studies.
  • MRC Psycholinguistic Database (link) - Huge searchable database with many more words and norms than the Toronto word pool or even Kucera & Francis.
  • Free Association Norms (link) - The largest database of free association norms ever collected.