Sublexical frequency measures for orthographic and phonological units in German

Hofmann MJ, Stenneken P, Conrad M, Jacobs AM (2007)
Behavior Research Methods 39(3): 620-629.

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Many recent studies have demonstrated the influence of sublexical frequency measures on language processing, or called for controlling sublexical measures when selecting stimulus material for psycholinguistic studies (Aichert & Ziegler, 2005). The present study discusses which measures should be controlled for in what kind of study, and presents orthographic and phonological syllable, dual unit (bigram and biphoneme) and single unit (letter and phoneme) type and token frequency measures derived from the lemma and word form corpora of the CELEX lexical database (Baayen, Piepenbrock, & Gulikers, 1995). Additionally, we present the SUBLEX software as an adaptive tool for calculating sublexical frequency measures and discuss possible future applications. The measures and the software can be downloaded at www.psychonomic.org. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved) (journal abstract)
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Hofmann MJ, Stenneken P, Conrad M, Jacobs AM. Sublexical frequency measures for orthographic and phonological units in German. Behavior Research Methods. 2007;39(3):620-629.
Hofmann, M. J., Stenneken, P., Conrad, M., & Jacobs, A. M. (2007). Sublexical frequency measures for orthographic and phonological units in German. Behavior Research Methods, 39(3), 620-629.
Hofmann, M. J., Stenneken, P., Conrad, M., and Jacobs, A. M. (2007). Sublexical frequency measures for orthographic and phonological units in German. Behavior Research Methods 39, 620-629.
Hofmann, M.J., et al., 2007. Sublexical frequency measures for orthographic and phonological units in German. Behavior Research Methods, 39(3), p 620-629.
M.J. Hofmann, et al., “Sublexical frequency measures for orthographic and phonological units in German”, Behavior Research Methods, vol. 39, 2007, pp. 620-629.
Hofmann, M.J., Stenneken, P., Conrad, M., Jacobs, A.M.: Sublexical frequency measures for orthographic and phonological units in German. Behavior Research Methods. 39, 620-629 (2007).
Hofmann, Markus J., Stenneken, Prisca, Conrad, Markus, and Jacobs, Arthur M. “Sublexical frequency measures for orthographic and phonological units in German”. Behavior Research Methods 39.3 (2007): 620-629.
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