Konventioner för annoteringar och transkriptioner inom MINT-projektet

Publikationer

  • Andersson, S. (2018). Swedish toddlers’ use of turn-final gaze in dyadic child-parent interaction (Fulltext in DiVA)
  • Eriksson, F. (2018). Gesture-speech combinations in child language: Form, function, and how they relate to language acquisition (Fulltext in DiVA)
  • Schelhaas, J. (2018). Sound symbolism in Swedish child-directed speech: A longitudinal study of lexical iconicity (Fulltext in DiVA)
  • Tahbaz, S. (2018). The acquisition of Swedish prepositions: A longitudinal study on child comprehension and production of spatial prepositions (Fulltext i DiVA)
  • Marklund, E., Pagmar, D., Gerholm, T. & Gustavsson, L. (2017). Computational simulations of temporal vocalization behavior in adult-child interaction. Proceedings of Interspeech 2017, pp. 2208-2212. Interspeech 2017: Situated Interaction, Stockholm, Sweden, August 20-24. DOI: 10.21437/Interspeech.2017-1289. (Fulltext i DiVA)
  • Schwarz, I.-C., Botros, N., Lord, A., Marcusson, A., Tidelius, H., & Marklund, E. (2017). The LENATM system applied to Swedish: Reliability of the Adult Word Count estimate. Proceedings Interspeech 2017, 2088-2092. DOI:10.21437/Interspeech.2017-1287
  • Tahbaz, S. (2017). Emblem use in parent-child interaction: A longitudinal study (Fulltext i DiVA)
  • Eriksson, F. (2016). Formulaic language in Swedish child directed speech (Fulltext i DiVA)
  • Pagmar, D. (2016). Frequency, Form, and Distribution of Illocutionary Speech Acts in Swedish Parent-Child Interaction (Fulltext i DiVA)
  • Andersson, S. (2016). Verbal contents of repetitions in Swedish child-directed speech (Fulltext i DiVA)
  • Tahbaz, S. (2016). The role of touch in language acquisition (Fulltext i DiVA)
  • Pagmar, D. (2015). Noun Phrase Anaphora and Referential Behaviour in Child-Directed Speech During the Child’s First Year (Fulltext i DiVA)
  • Rask, L. (2015). Prosodic Features in Child-directed Speech during the Child's First Year (Fulltext i DiVA)
  • Andersson, S. (2015). Repetitions in Child-Directed Speech during the Child’s First Year (in Swedish) (Fulltext i DiVA)
  • Gustavsson, A. (2014). Touch in interaction between parents and their children (in Swedish) (Fulltext i DiVA)
  • Gustavsson, L., Klintfors, E., Schwarz, I-C., & Gerholm, T. (2013). Assessing language acquisition from parent-child interaction: An event-related potential study on perception of intonation contours in infancy. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, ISSN 0001-4966, E-ISSN 1520-8524. Vol. 134, nr 5, artikel-id 4106. DOI: 10.1121/1.4831069

Presentationer

  • Gustavsson, L. & Marklund, E. (2018) Vowel hyper-/hypoarticulation in infant directed speech. Abstract presented at the Asia-Pacific babylab constellation ABC, 4-5 october, Singapore.

  • Schwarz, I.-C., Clausnitzer, A.-C., Marklund, U., & Marklund, E. (2018). Phonetic correlates of perceived affect in mothers' and fathers' speech to Swedish 12-month-olds. Paper presented at the International Congress of Infant Studies ICIS, Philadelphia, PA.

  • Schwarz, I.-C., Lam-Cassettari, C., Marklund, U., & Marklund, E. (2018). Positive affect in Swedish and Australian mothers' speech to their 3- to 12-month-old infants. Paper presented at the Asia-Pacific Babylab Constellation ABC, Singapore.

  • Pagmar, David. (2017). Expressions of certainty in Swedish parent-child interaction. Workshop: Empirical and theoretical perspectives on epistemicity in language. Helsinki, Finland, 18-19 April 2017.

  • Gerholm, Tove and Pagmar, David. (2017). Correlations between multimodal patterns in Swedish parent-child interaction and first language acquisition: studies of tactile, gestural, and vocal behavior. The 15th International Pragmatics Conference (IPrA2017), Belfast. Northern Ireland, 16-21 July 2017.

  • Pagmar, David. (2017). Features of Illocutionary Speech Acts in Swedish Parent-Child Interaction. Postersession. The 15th International Pragmatics Conference (IPrA2017), Belfast. Northern Ireland, 16-21 July 2017.

  • Gerholm, T. & Pagmar, D., 2016. The Swedish MINT-Project: Modeling infant language acquisition from parent-child interaction, Cognitive Science, Philadelphia, August 2016.

  • Gerholm, T., Gustavsson, L., Pagmar, D., Marklund, E., Marklund, U., & Schwarz, I.-C. (2016). The role of parent input as measured by LENA within the MINT project Paper presented at the 1st Nordic LENA Meeting, Stockholm, Sweden.

  • Gustavsson, L., Gerholm, T., Schwarz, I-C, Klintfors, E. 2013. The IVA 2013 Workshop III, Multimodal Corpora: Beyond Audio and Video. Edinburgh, UK, 1st September 2013. Presentation: ”The Stockholm babylab multimodal approach: modelling infant language acquisition longitudinally from parent-child interaction”

  • Gerholm, T. & Pagmar, D., 2016. The Swedish MINT-Project: Modeling infant language acquisition from parent-child interaction, Cognitive Science, Philadelphia, August 2016.

  • Gerholm, T. & Pagmar, D., 2016. The MINT-project - Modeling infant language acquisition from parent-child interaction: Some results. Multimodal Multilingual Outcomes in Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children, Stockholm, June 13-15, 2016.
    (Presenation i DiVA)
  • Andersson, S. (2015). Repetitions in child-directed speech during the child's first year. Paper presented at the Child Language Symposium, Warwick, UK.
  • Gerholm, T. 2015. The Swedish MINT-project – or, the quest to pull apart and put together constituents of verbal and nonverbal interaction, Workshop Tilburg University, 5-6 November (Invited speaker).
  • Gerholm, T., Gustavsson, L., Schwarz, I-C., Marklund, U., Salomão, G. L., Kallioinen, P., Andersson, S., Eriksson, F., Pagmar, D., Schelhaas, J., Tahbaz, S. 2015. The Swedish MINT Project – modelling infant language acquisition from parent-child interaction. Poster presented at WEIRCLE, Paris, December 2015.

Övrigt

Gerholm, 2016. Barns språkutveckling. http://www.lingvisten.se/portfolio/10-barns-sprakutveckling/

Följdprojekt relaterade till MINT

Gustavsson, Lisa och Marklund, Ellen. 2018-2012. Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (P17-0175:1.). ”Effekten av hyperartikulation på tidig språkutveckling (HELD)”. Studien kommer att använda sig av MINT-databasen.