Semanticore is a website being co-developed by members of the Computational Cognition Lab at Indiana University. The number of semantic models and big data approaches for analyzing psycholinguistic data is increasing rapidly. Until now, these techniques and data have been spread across disparate labs and sources. The focus at SemantiCore.org is to bring that data under one roof, providing a one-stop portal for psycholinguistic data, semantic and memory models, and information about and downloads of models and software. The site is still under development, but please have a look!
Supermatrix is a multi-platform (Windows, MacOS, Linux) program that can take large text corpora and calculate a large number of interesting and useful language statistics, such as words' co-occurrence probabilities and distributional similarities. The software is free, open-source, and distributable under GNU common license. For information, please email me.
WISP (WISCONSIN INFANT SOFTWARE PROGRAM)
Wisp is a MATLAB-based program for designing, running, and analyzing psychology experiments. It is especially tailored for running infant and child-experiment paradigms such as the headturn preference procedure, and "looking while listening". Wisp was co-designed by myself, Jessica Haye, Sarah Sahni and was implimented by Rob Olson. WISP is still in a private beta-testing phase but should be released to the public shortly. If you would like more information, please contact me or Rob Olson.
Superprime is a semantic priming megastudy, with data collection ongoing involving a large number of participants, stimuli, and conditions. A summary paper will be written and published shortly, and all data will be made available online. More information coming soon.
Tablet-Experiments is a set of programs for doing simple psychology experiments on tablet computers like the iPad. More information coming soon.