Goad Corpus


Heather Goad
Linguistics
McGill University

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Participants: 2
Type of Study: naturalistic, longitudinal
Location: Canada
Media type: audio
DOI: doi:10.21415/T5GC9M

Browsable transcripts

Phon data

CHAT data

Link to media folder

Citation information

Parsons, Jennifer. 2006. Positional Effects in Phonological Development: A Case Study. Memorial University of Newfoundland M.A. Thesis.

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Project Description

Participant NameAge RangeSessionsSex
Julia1;05.17-3;06.1841F
Sonya1;09.13-2;10.2725F

The participants in this project were recorded in their homes in a naturalistic setting, generally in the absence of siblings, approximately every second week. During the recordings the children typically looked at picture books and played with toys. The interviewer encouraged spontaneous word productions by the child to avoid speech sample repetition, and repeated the words produced by the child to facilitate identification of data for extraction and transcription.

The recordings were made using an analog recording machine and a multidirectional microphone, which was set up near the child on a foamy cushion the floor to reduce interfering noises from movements and toys. The tapes were digitized in 16 bit sample size at a rate of 22050 kHz.

Acknowledgements

The data were collected under an FCAR grant to Heather Goad. Please feel free to contact the contributors in case you have questions.