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Query:   Language and Sleep Deprivation Resources
Author:  Whitney Anne Postman
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Cognitive Science

Summary:   Regarding query:

In response to my question about studies of effects of sleep deprivation on
language processing and production, Maria Gavriel of University of
Edinbrugh brought the following excellent conference poster to my attention:

Bard, Sotillo, Anderson & Taylor (1996) The DCIEM Map Task Corpus:
Spontaneous dialogue under sleep deprivation and drug treatment.

The full paper was published in ''Speech Communication'':

Bard, E.G., Sotillo, C., Anderson, A.H., Thompson, H.S., & Taylor, M.M.
(1996) The DCIEM Map Task Corpus: Spontaneous dialogue under sleep
deprivation and drug treatment. Speech Communication 20:71-84.

-Whitney Anne Postman

LL Issue: 16.1510
Date Posted: 12-May-2005
Original Query: Read original query


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