The French Lexicon Project

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Description: The French Lexicon Project (Ferrand, New, Brysbaert, Keuleers, Bonin, Méot, Augustinova, & Pallier, 2010) involved the collection of lexical decision data for 38,840 French words and the same number of nonwords across 1,000 participants from different universities (Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand and Université René Descartes, Paris). It was directly inspired on the English Lexicon Project (Balota, Yap, Cortese, Hutchison, Kessler, Loftis, Neely, Nelson, Simpson, & Treiman, 2007). The data are freely available for research purposes. The French Lexicon Project is funded by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) and is supervised by Ludovic Ferrand. Ferrand, L., New, B., Brysbaert, M., Keuleers, E., Bonin, P., Méot, A., Augustinova, M., & Pallier, C. (2010). The French Lexicon Project: Lexical decision data for 38,840 French words and 38,840 pseudowords. Behavior Research Methods, 42, 488-496.

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The French Lexicon Project (FLP) involved the collection of lexical decision data for 38,840 French words and the same number of nonwords. Click below to download the article describing the methods used to collect the data. The data (mean correct reaction times and percent errors) are freely available below in an Excel file, together with summary files for the words and the pseudowords. You can al...

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