Dear users of these pages,
While I was working on my class handouts and some publications, I updated this resource webpage. In particular, I added material to these pages: Most of the additions involve materials written in English, but there are some new sections in my lists of materials and links that involve German materials that I have collected for my teaching in Germany.
- Statistics and R (#rstats)
- The child language database CHILDES, its new connection to the programming language and statistics tool R, and its own tool CLAN
- Readings on:
You can also check my YouTube account for updated playlists with videos on psycholinguistic research methods, fieldwork & language documentation, endangered languages, and language acquisition. Some of the playlists contain English videos, others consist of German videos. My previous blogpost contains a list of these playlists plus more playlists created by other users.
I hope you will find the new information useful and would appreciate any suggestions!
I have created some playlists for my YouTube account. They contain English or German videos that I have found useful for my teaching or for my own training. Some of these videos are short and can be used in class, others are longer and would be good for self-study, for follow-up activities or as a preparation for class:
- Psycholinguistic Research Methods
- Child Language Development
- Linguistic Fieldwork & Language Documentation
- Endangered Languages
- Linguistic Relativity
- Spracherwerb und Mehrsprachigkeit
- Methoden in der Psycholinguistik und Spracherwerbsforschung
- Bedrohte Sprachen
Useful videos and playlists for psycholinguistics, fieldwork, and language documentation – and many other areas of linguistics – can also be found here:
- The Linguistic Society of America: https://www.youtube.com/user/LingSocAm
- The Ling Space: https://www.youtube.com/user/thelingspace
- The Virtual Linguistics Campus: https://www.youtube.com/user/LinguisticsMarburg
- Lingthusiasm: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy2qzzv5E9SNTpa90CqfkZA
And if you want to see how videos or songs for children can use (i) frames for the presentation of words and (ii) an interesting combination of attention-catching animal sounds and the “real” animal names, you can check out my playlist with many different language versions of an animal name song for children. I find this very useful for psycholinguistics teaching as it is an engaging prompt for discussions about the use of babywords, repetition, and variation in child-directed speech, but be warned: You might find this hard to get out of your head.
Enjoy the videos!
P.S.: There are also some video play lists about permacultue & sustainable systems and some video play lists about bees and nature gardens.