AphasiaBank Protocol Greek -- PLan-V

Spyridoula Stamouli
Athena Research Center
Institute for Language and Speech Processing

Participants: 11 participants with aphasia, ongoing
Type of Study: AphasiaBank Discourse Protocol -- Greek
Location: Greece
Media type: audio

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Citation information

In accordance with TalkBank rules, any use of data from this corpus must be accompanied by at least one relevant corpus reference.

Chatzoudis, G., Plitsis, M., Stamouli, S., Dimou, A.-L., Katsamanis, A., Katsouros, V. (2022). Zero-Shot Cross-lingual Aphasia Detection using Automatic Speech Recognition. INTERSPEECH 2022. arXiv:2204.00448.

General Overview

The PLan-V Aphasia Corpus contains spoken discourse data collected from Greek-speaking People with Aphasia (PWA). The corpus is the outcome of the research activities of the project “PLan-V: A Speech and Language Therapy Platform with Virtual Agent”, which aims to develop a technologically assisted, speech and language intervention platform for people with chronic neurogenic communication disorders, such as aphasia. One of the services offered to clinicians via the PLan-V platform is a machine-learning system that automatically assesses aphasia severity through patients’ speech samples.

The corpus contains evaluation data of the machine-learning system for aphasia severity classification. Protocol data were collected with the use of a web-based application, which integrates 4 tasks of the AphasiaBank standard discourse protocol:


Funding information: This research has been co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union and Greek national funds through the Operational Program Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, under the call RESEARCH-CREATE-INNOVATE (project code: T2EDK-02159).

The corpus contributors are grateful to:

Ioanna Vavouraki, postgraduate student of the MSc “Language Technology”(Department of Informatics and Telecommunications, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, and Institute for Speech and Language Processing/ Athena Research Center, Greece), for her contribution in data transcription,

Georgia Tzeli, Zoe Pournara and Irene Koukourava, Speech and Language Therapists, Animus Rehabilitation and Recovery Center SA, Greece, and Anthi Zafeiri, PhDc, Speech and Language Therapist, Department of Speech and Language Therapy, University of Patras, Greece, for their contribution in data collection, PWA’s recruitment and evaluation,

Manos Plitsis, PhDc, Research Associate at the Institute for Language and Speech Processing, for his contribution in data processing and corpus compilation,

Michaela Nerantzini, PhD, Department of Speech and Language Therapy, University of Patras, Greece, for her contribution in the definition of the criteria of PWA’s inclusion, the definition of language and cognitive evaluation criteria and PWA’s recruitment.