Description: TalkBank is a project organized by Brian MacWhinney at Carnegie Mellon University with the support and cooperation of hundreds of contributors and dozens of collaborators. The goal of TalkBank is to foster fundamental research in the study of human communication with an emphasis on spoken communication.
Description: TalkBank: CABank : CABank is the TalkBank component that deals with conversations between adults. Much of the data here is in CA format, but there are also other corpora that are in either very simple CA format or just basic CHAT format. System **Ground Rules** Contributing New Data. IRB Principles.
Description: The following table first lists CABank corpora and then lists three additional TalkBank corpus collections relevant to CA work. You can also browse the CABank database online from this link. Corpus Description Contributor Rating: Bergmann: German emergency phone calls, recorded by Jörg Bergmann.
Description: The TalkBank database contains transcript and media data collected from conversations with adults and older children. All of the data is transcribed in CHAT and CA/CHAT formats. The use of TalkBank data is governed by the Creative Commons License. Please remember to read and follow the Ground Rules for data-sharing. Accessing TalkBank Data
Description: TalkBank: ASDBank : ASDBank is under construction. System **Ground Rules** Contributing New Data. IRB Principles. Database **Index to Corpora** Browsable Database. Hints on Downloading. Database Versioning. Manuals. CHAT Transcription Manual. CLAN Program Manual. Tutorial Screencasts. SLP's Guide to CLAN.
Description: TalkBank: DementiaBank: DementiaBank is a shared database of multimedia interactions for the study of communication in dementia. Access to the data in DementiaBank is password protected and restricted to members of the DementiaBank consortium group. If you are already a member and need assistance with access, please send email to [email protected] ...
Description: TalkBank: FluencyBank : FluencyBank is a shared database for the study of fluency development. Participants include typically-developing monolingual and bilingual children, children and adults who stutter (C/AWS) or who clutter (C/AWC), and second language learners.