BAG-Raising Production Task

Audio recording experiment, includes consent form.

In the main task, participants are presented with an English word and asked to say it once. The task begins with instructions which tell the participant that they will be recorded. The next part of the task is a recording test in which the participants preform a test recording which is played back to them.

For the main part of the experiment, each word is presented to the participant and a 10 second recording is started automatically. If the participant finishes the task before the time is up, they can click 'done' to stop the recording. Participants proceed to the next trial by clicking 'next' (this allows them to take a break if they need to.

This experiment was used to collect production data for a production and perception study.

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Production Experiment Workflow

Experiment flow. Consent form, instructions, then audio recording task

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Consent and Instructions

Consent form used in the main experiment. Instructions regarding the experiment. Includes a spot for participants to enter Prolific ID

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Audio Recording Task

Audio recording task.

The task begins with instructions which tell the participant that they will be recorded. The next part of the task is a recording test in which the participants preform a test recording which is played back to them.

For the main part of the experiment, each word is presented to the participant and a 10 second recording is started automatically. If the participant finishes the task before the time is up, they can click 'done' to stop the recording. Participants proceed to the next trial by clicking 'next' (this allows them to take a break if they need to.

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Conducted at University of Toronto
Published on 13 June 2022
Corresponding author Lisa Sullivan PhD Student
Department of Linguistics
University of Toronto