Recognition Times for 54 Thousand Dutch Words

Data from the Dutch Crowdsourcing Project

Marc Brysbaert, Emmanuel Keuleers, Pawel Mandera

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Abstract

We present a new database of Dutch word recognition times for a total of 54 thousand words, called the Dutch Crowdsourcing Project. The data were collected with an internet vocabulary test. The database is limited to native Dutch speakers. Participants were asked to indicate which words they knew. Their response times were registered, even though the participants were not asked to respond as fast as possible. Still, the response times correlate around .7 with the response times of the Dutch Lexicon Projects for shared words. Also results of virtual experiments indicate that the new response times are a valid addition to the Dutch Lexicon Projects. This not only means that we have useful response times for some 20 thousand extra words, but we now also have data on differences in response latencies as a function of education and age. The new data correspond better to word use in the Netherlands.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)281-300
Number of pages20
JournalPsychologica Belgica
Volume59
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 17 Jul 2019

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In: Psychologica Belgica, Vol. 59, No. 1, 17.07.2019, p. 281-300.

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