Conventions for perlocution
Data, scripts, and sample stimuli for the perlocution project.
Jeong, Sunwoo and Christopher Potts. 2016. Intonational sentence-type conventions for perlocutionary effects: An experimental investigation. To appear in Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory 26.
perlocution_combined_data_exp1_exp2.csv: response data from experiments 1 and 2 in the SALT 26 paper
perlocution-data-visualization.R: R scripts for creating the plots in the paper
perlocution-mixed-effects-models.Rmd: R code for fitting the mixed effects models in the paper
jeong-potts-salt26.pdf: local copy of the current (pre-conference) version of the paper
stimuli-samples.zip: sample audio files of the stimuli used in the experiments
Sentence stimuli used in the experiments
Information seeking bias: Are armadillos mammals? Do manatees have molars? Did Maria bring those bananas? Do ants sleep?
Invitation bias: Do you wanna go to the movies? Do you wanna grab a bite? Do you wanna play games? Do you wanna go for a run?
Request bias: Can you open the door? Can you close the window? Can you carry this box? Can you lend me some money?
Ambiguous bias: Do you wanna do the laundry? Do you have a problem? Did you do the dishes? Did you file the report?
Information seeking bias: Where do armadillos live? How do manatees swim? Who gave Maria those bananas? When do ants sleep?
Invitation bias: Where do you wanna go for the movies? What do you say we go grab a bite? When do you wanna play games? How about we go for a run?
Request bias: Who has a pen? Where's my boarding pass? When are you going to clean your room? How about turning down the volume on the TV?
Ambiguous bias: What are you worried about? Where's your bag? Who ate my cupcake? Where did you put my stuff?
Information giving bias: Hippos are predators. Manatees have molars.
Invitation bias: We should go get beer. We can go dancing.
Request bias: You need to help me carry this box. You gotta close the window.
Ambibuous bias: You didn't call me back.
Advice (information giving) bias: Take these pills for a week. Avoid the highway.
Offer (invitation) bias: Take a cookie. Let's have dinner.
Request bias: Have the report on my desk by noon. Hand in the assignment by Friday.
Well wish bias: Enjoy your dinner. Get well soon.