http://www.psy.uwa.edu.au/mrcdatabase/uwa_mrc.htm - The MRC Database is a great tool for coming up with phonologically similar words and brainstorming new ideas.
http://www.bncdnet.ku.edu/cgi-bin/DEEC/post_ppc.vi - The Phonotactic probability calculator. On the first line it gives you the word you entered, line 2 is the probability of each phoneme in each position. Line 3 is the probability of the biphones in the word and line 4 has the sum of line 2 followed by the sum of line 3. To use this calculator, you must first convert your words to "Klattese." See the guide here: [http://18.104.22.168/VLbrmic.pdf | on the last page]]
Neighborhood Density Calculator - also an excellent resource for phonological studies. You can type the words in orthographically and this calculator will convert the orthographic word to the phonological word for you. It will also look up neighborhood densities and frequencies for all the neighbors it finds. Great resource!
http://crl.ucsd.edu/~aszekely/ipnp/sources.html - An online resource for looking through the pictures normalized by Snodgrass and Vanderwart. Useful in experiment design creation.
http://yeroon.net/lme4/ Graphical user interface for R! Great for the less CS inclined among us.
http://www.iphod.com/calculator/ A phonological dictionary + neighborhood density + frequency weighted nhd calculator.
http://www.speech.cs.cmu.edu/cgi-bin/cmudict? A dictionary for entering words orthographically outputting them in CMUPD phonemes for iphod calculator.
- Look forward to a comprehensive database of videos and still images made in the lab for the past 3 years!