|AphasiaBank||English PWA Protocol Data|
This page provides access to the individual segments of the English AphasiaBank Control protocol data collected at various sites across the United States and Canada. The protocol was administered by Margie Forbes and Audrey Holland in collaboration with the local sites. Sessions were transcribed by Davida Fromm, Lillian Jarold, and Andrew Yankes at CMU. There is a total of 247 participants. All corpora have transcripts linked to video.
|Capilouto||74||Capilouto||University of Kentucky|
|Kempler||1||Daniel Kempler||Emerson College|
|MSU||18||Mary Boyle||Montclair State University|
|NEURAL||in progress||Brielle Stark||NEURAL Research Lab, Indiana University|
|Richardson||57||Jessica Richardson||University of New Mexico|
|UMD||31||Yasmeen Faroqi-Shah||University of Maryland|
|UNH||in progress||Amy Ramage||University of New Hampshire|
|Wright||97||Heather Wright||East Carolina University|
MacWhinney, B., Fromm, D., Forbes, M. & Holland, A. (2011). AphasiaBank: Methods for studying discourse. Aphasiology, 25,1286-1307.
In accordance with TalkBank rules, any use of data from this corpus must be accompanied by at least one relevant corpus reference.
The AphasiaBank English Control Protocol includes the following discourse tasks:
Materials in the AphasiaBank Protocol are available from here.
Participants are identified by a corpus name, a number, and a letter (indicating the order of repeated administrations of the protocol). For example, MSU01a is participant #01 from Montclair State University seen for the first time, and MSU01b is the same person seen for a second time. If the protocol (or parts of the protocol) were repeated within 6 months of the previous administration, test data (e.g., WAB-R scores) from the previous administration are used. The demographic spreadsheet provides dates of testing.