Resources & datasets

Data for public use

Re-use is welcome, please cite the papers listed below

Resources to accompany "Making Long-Distance Relationships Work: Quantifying Lexical Competition with Hidden Markov Models" Journal of Memory and Language (with David Liben-Nowell)

Code repository for collecting spoken word recognition data using the Amazon Mechanical Turk platform

Phi-square lexical competition database (Phi-lex): An on-line tool for quantifying auditory and visual lexical competition

  • This database contains multiple metrics for quantifying the process of lexical competition during auditory and visual (lipread) spoken word recognition.

Auditory, visual, and audiovisual phoneme confusion matrices

  • This spreadsheet contains data for phoneme confusions in auditory-alone, visual-alone, and audiovisual conditions. 

How to calculate phi-square values for phoneme pairs

  • This spreadsheet contains step by step procedures to calculate phi-square values (which quantify the perceptual similarity of phoneme pairs).