Welcome to the HLP/Jaeger lab main page. For more information on the lab, make sure to also visit our public website.
What's going on in the lab?
Lab Meetings provide a forum for discussing recent literature, providing grad level tutorials on technical or formal issues, and for keeping each other up-to-date about ongoing projects. We meet weekly for 1.5 hours (during the semester).
RA Meetings are intended to provide training for RAs and to have a forum where RAs and other lab members can meet and talk about their projects. All RAs should be in the lab during this weekly 1.5 hour meeting since it's also the easiest way to contact RAs.
HLP lab projects (ongoing and past)
Classes and Tutorials
Pages linked under this category should be publicly accessible.
- Mini-course and online-tutorials:
- Full classes:
LSA 2009-125: Psycholinguistics and Syntactic Corpora (Summer, 2009)
Computational Accounts of Language Production (Spring, 2010)
Directed Readings on various topics
Guidelines and Information for Lab Members
This section provides information about where to find what resources as well as guidelines that are meant to ensure that we will still be capable of finding things in the future. It's important that everyone follows these guidelines in order to ensure replicability of results obtained in this lab, be it corpus-based studies or experiments.
The first section provides general information and some tutorials on standard pieces of software and the computational setup. The remaining sections provide guidelines and more information on conduction corpus-based studies and experiments, respectively.
Wiki editing guidelines READ BEFORE YOU MAKE A SINGLE WIKI PAGE
Pages linked under this heading should generally only be readable to HLP lab members.
Computer and Software Environment
Help For RAs - what's the best software to use for a given task?
Guidelines and Information for Corpus-based Studies
Guidelines and Information for Experiments
Experiment running guidelines (for Experimenters)
Experiment materials guidelines (for RAs and Experimenters) -- where to put files (stimuli, results, analysis) and how to name folders.
Spreading the Word: Grants, Publishing, and Presenting
How to apply for graduate research fellowships (NSF GRF; pre-doc NRSA) (lab members only)
How to apply for GSA Conference Funding (lab members only)
How to choose your research project (lab members only)
How to write your first abstract (lab members only)
How to write your first journal paper (lab members only)
How to write your first review (lab members only)
How to create your first poster (lab members only)
How to create your first presentation (lab members only)
Job applications (lab members only)
Other How-Tos and Where-to-find-X
- Posting an RA opportunity for the lab:
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