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Meylan, Stephan C.; Griffiths, Thomas L. – Cognitive Science, 2021
Language research has come to rely heavily on large-scale, web-based datasets. These datasets can present significant methodological challenges, requiring researchers to make a number of decisions about how they are collected, represented, and analyzed. These decisions often concern long-standing challenges in corpus-based language research,…
Descriptors: Data Analysis, Data Collection, Word Frequency, Prediction
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Citraresmana, Elvi; Erlina; Sidiq, Inu Isnaeni – Education Quarterly Reviews, 2022
This article discusses the lexical and semantic representation through the collocation that appeared in the Coronavirus Corpus. This research investigates the frequent collocates that appeared together with the node word Corona and find out how those collocates construct the meaning through the linguistic system and conceptual system as they are…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Semantics, Orthographic Symbols
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Basaran, Bora – International Online Journal of Education and Teaching, 2022
Vocabulary is a fundamental component of language usage, and study into its interactions with other aspects of language competence is an essential topic of language teaching. There are strong relationships between vocabulary and language competency measurements. Learners with larger vocabularies are better at a variety of language abilities than…
Descriptors: Word Frequency, Second Language Instruction, Textbooks, Evaluation Methods
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Bahri, Samsul; Adnyana, I. Ketut; Hasan, Muhamad Fahmi; Ray, Hamidie Ronald Daniel; Paramitha, Sandey Tantra – International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology, 2022
This study aims to conduct a bibliometric analysis of the literature on sports nutrition as recovery published between 1964 and 2022. This study illustrates the structure and trends in sports nutrition publications by using scientific mapping and analyzing publication performance. This study identified the contributions of authors, journals,…
Descriptors: Athletics, Nutrition, Athletes, Bibliometrics
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Alasmary, Abdullah – Language Teaching Research, 2022
The purpose of this article is to synthesize and analyse the most frequently occurring, widely dispersed and pedagogically useful lexical bundles in mathematical texts. Drawing on a five-million-word corpus of graduate-level textbooks, a total of 65 academic sequences meeting a predefined set of length, frequency and distribution criteria are…
Descriptors: Phrase Structure, Academic Language, Graduate Students, Textbooks
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Potter, Jim – Journal of Media Literacy Education, 2022
This study provides an analysis of how the term "critical thinking" has been defined by authors of articles published in the "Journal of Media Literacy Education." It provides answers to three questions: (1) How frequently is the term "critical thinking" mentioned by scholars who write about media literacy?; (2) In…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Media Literacy, Authors, Journal Articles
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Moore, Robert L.; Yen, Cherng-Jyh; Powers, F. Eamonn – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2021
The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship between clout and cognitive processing in massive open online course (MOOC) discussion forum posts. Cognitive processing, a category variable generated by the automated text analysis tool, Linguistic Inquiry Word Count (LIWC), is made up of six sub-scores (insight, causation, discrepancy,…
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Online Courses, Computer Mediated Communication, Group Discussion
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Rivero-Contreras, Miriam; Engelhardt, Paul E.; Saldaña, David – Annals of Dyslexia, 2021
Easy-to-read guidelines recommend visual support and lexical simplification to facilitate text processing, but few empirical studies confirm a positive effect from these recommendations in individuals with dyslexia. This study examined the influence of the visual support and lexical simplification on sentence processing through eye movements at…
Descriptors: Eye Movements, Sentences, Reading Processes, Dyslexia
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Hunter, Eric J.; Cantor-Cutiva, Lady Catherine; van Leer, Eva; van Mersbergen, Miriam – Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 2020
Purpose: The purpose of this document is threefold: (a) review the uses of the terms "vocal fatigue," "vocal effort," "vocal load," and "vocal loading" (as found in the literature) in order to track the occurrence and the related evolution of research; (b) present a "linguistically modeled"…
Descriptors: Fatigue (Biology), Databases, Definitions, Voice Disorders
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Johnson, Eric M.; Morgan, Shae D.; Ferguson, Sarah Hargus – Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 2020
Purpose: This preliminary investigation compared effects of time compression on intelligibility for male versus female talkers. We hypothesized that time compression would have a greater effect for female talkers. Method: Sentence materials from four talkers (two males) were time compressed, and original-speed and time-compressed speech materials…
Descriptors: Interpersonal Communication, Time, Speech Communication, Comprehension
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Chen, MingLei; Chen, ChiaHsing – Journal of Research in Reading, 2020
Background: Reading researchers have generally considered that reading is an interactive combination of top-down (higher-level language skill) and bottom-up (lower-level language skill) processes. Nevertheless, the mechanisms through which readers apply these skills for online text comprehension are unclear. Methods: The present study thus used…
Descriptors: Language Skills, Text Structure, Eye Movements, Chinese
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Kim, Seock-Ho; Eom, Hyo Jim – AERA Online Paper Repository, 2019
The purpose of this paper is to provide a contemporary analysis of frequency terms commonly used in rating scales that are based on differing degrees of frequency with which events happen. A total of 20 frequency terms was analyzed using empirical data as well as employing a lexical database. Use of clearly separable frequency terms is imperative…
Descriptors: Content Analysis, Rating Scales, Word Frequency, Language Usage
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Toyama, Yukie – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
In this study, I investigated the simultaneous effects of the reader, the text, and the task factors, and their interactions, on reading comprehension, using explanatory item response models. Analyses of a large data set from a commercially available online assessment system with a wide range of readers (n = 10,547) and passages (n = 48) uncovered…
Descriptors: Reader Text Relationship, Reading Comprehension, Item Response Theory, Sentence Structure
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Wu, Shang-Yu; Lin, Shanju; Huang, Rei-Jane; Tsai, I-Fang – SAGE Open, 2021
The purpose of this study was to provide high frequency word lists for Mandarin-speaking children between 3 and 6 years of age and to explore the differences between each part of speech (POS) category among different age groups. Participants were 209 typically developing native Mandarin speakers aged between 3 and 6 years, born in Taiwan, and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preschool Children, Preschool Education, Mandarin Chinese
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Ingram, Joanne; Hand, Christopher J. – Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2020
The influence of domain knowledge on reading behavior has received limited investigation compared to the influence of, for example, context and/or word frequency. The current study tested participants with and without domain knowledge of the "Harry Potter" (HP) universe. Fans and non-fans read sentences containing HP, high-frequency…
Descriptors: Reading Processes, Knowledge Level, Fiction, Word Frequency
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