Researchers who use HomeBank data and programs are asked to abide by these rules specific to HomeBank:
To use the password protected portion of HomeBank, you must be a registered user and agree to
All articles using HomeBank corpora should cite the references
for those corpora as listed in the documentation manuals. For example, papers making use of
the MTLN corpus would include this citation: Canault, M., LeNormand, M.-T., Foudil, S., Loundon, N., & Thai-Van, H. (2015). Reliability of the
Language ENvironment Analysis system (LENA) in European French. Behavior Research Methods. doi: 10.3758/s13428-015-0634-8. This is crucial!
In addition, articles using Homebank corpora should cite this reference, downloadable through its
so we can track usage through Google Scholar:
VanDam M, Warlaumont AS, Bergelson E, Cristia A, Soderstrom M, De Palma P., MacWhinney B.
HomeBank (2016) An online repository of daylong child-centered audio recordings.
Seminars in Speech and Language, 37, 128-141. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1055/s-0036-1580745 (open access)
Please read the relevant sections of the documentation manual for the data you use.
These sections describe important aspects of the data that may impact on conclusions based on them.
If you find problematic personal information in any of the public HomeBank files or if you would like
to notify us about anything else you find in any of the data, public or private, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you collect new daylong corpora, please contribute them to HomeBank and urge your
colleagues to contribute their corpora. This is key to the growth of the database.
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The TalkBank Project, the compilers,
programmers, publishers, distributors, and authors associated with the
various TalkBank databases and programs have used their best
efforts in preparing the programs, records, and accompanying documentation.
These efforts include the development, research, and testing of the programs
to determine their effectiveness. We make make no
warranty of any kind, express or implied, with regard to the programs,
records, and accompanying documentation and its fitness for any particular
application. The TalkBank System, compilers, programmers,
publishers, distributors, associated authors, and Carnegie Mellon University
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in connection with, or arising out of, the furnishing, performance, or
use of this database, its programs, or its accompanying documentation.
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