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KEY2011 – revised dates

Posted on 7 February 2011 by Lise

Keystroke Language (and Text) Production: perspectives from cognitive and functional linguistics 23-24 May 2011 – revised dates Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales Supported by the Centre for Language and Communication Research and the LinC Research Network at Cardiff University The use of keystroke logging as a methodology in language research is not a new field of
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KEY2011

Posted on 30 November 2010 by Lise

Keystroke Language (and Text) Production: perspectives from cognitive and functional linguistics 23-24 May 2011 Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales Supported by the Centre for Language and Communication Research and the LinC Research Network at Cardiff University The use of keystroke logging as a methodology in language research is not a new field of study since the
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Cardiff Keystroke Project

Posted on 15 June 2010 by Lise

I have been wanting to do research looking at actual keystrokes in spontaneous language production for several years. I was blocked by IT security issues until last year when I discovered InputLog, a tool developed by researchers for researchers that that logs keyboard and mouse input. Over this academic year (2009 – 2010), I have
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Light a tote bag

Posted on 15 June 2010 by Lise

Insights into electronic language production through keystroke logging This paper reports on one aspect of our Keystroke Project, namely, repairs and pauses in spontaneous, personal electronic language production found, for example, in e-mails, chatrooms and Facebook. The data used in this study were collected through the computer logging software ‘Inputlog’ (Leijten and Van Waes, 2006).
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