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**Methods and materials** - S1 lists the ideophones along with their source language, semantic domain and translations. - S2 is a zip archive holding the auditory stimuli used in the experiment (also available separately on Holger Mitterer's website). - S3 is a zip archive holding the MBROLA .pho files and rules used in creating the synthesized versions of the stimuli. Please cite the paper if you decide to make use of these materials: Dingemanse, Mark, Will Schuerman, Eva Reinisch, Sylvia Tufvesson & Holger Mitterer. 2016. What sound symbolism can and cannot do: testing the iconicity of ideophones from five languages. Language 92(2). e117–e133. doi:[10.1353/lan.2016.0034][1] [1]:
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