Marie-Therese Le Normand
National Institute of Health and Medical Research
University of Paris
Audiology, Speech, Language, & Otoneurological Center
Edouard Herriot Hospital, Lyon
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Canault, M., Le Normand, M.-T., Foudil, S., Loundon, N., & Thai-Van, H. (2016). LYON HomeBank Corpus. doi:21415/T58P6Q
Canault, M., Le Normand, M.-T., Foudil, S., Loundon, N., & Thai-Van, H. (2015). Reliability of the Language ENvironment Analysis system (LENATM) in European French. Behavior Research Methods. http://doi.org/10.3758/s13428-015-0634-8
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Corpus Citation: LeNormand, M. T. (2018). Lyon HomeBank Corpus. doi:21415/T58P6Q
The Lyon corpus contains a subset of the data from a study of eighteen native French-speaking children, divided into six age groups ranging from 3 to 48 months old, recorded about 10-16 h per day, three days a week. Two of these children, aged 19 months (CUM) and 21 months (LEN), are included in HomeBank.
For more information, please see the Behavior Research Methods paper listed under Citation information above.