Hungarian Language Experiment – Summer 2008

2008 július 16 2:20 du.0 comments

Professors Charles Reiss and Linnaea Stockall, and their research assistants Alexis Wellwood and Michael Gagnon, of Concordia University are conducting a study to determine how speakers of Hungarian recognize the words of that language.

Participation pays $10, and involves 10 minutes of explanation and signing of a consent form, followed by 20 minutes of listening to pairs of Hungarian words through headphones and indicating a judgment on each pair with a button press. There are no known health risks associated with this kind of experiment.

Testing will take place at the downtown campus of Concordia University, at 1455 de Maisonneuve West, in Montreal. If you are interested in participating, please email Alexis at [email protected], with your availability between July 15th-31st and responses to the following questions:

0. In what year were you born?
1. Which languages do you speak fluently?
2. Which language(s) did you learn before age 3?
3. Which language(s) do you speak with your parents?
4. What were the languages of instruction in your
(a) Primary school?
(b) Secondary school?
5. Which language do you use when you count or do math in your head?
6. Which language do you speak most frequently? 

Thank you! We look forward to hearing from you.

Alexis Wellwood
Research Assistant
Concordia Cognition & Psycholinguistics Lab

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