17.3751, Qs: On-line Experiment

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Subject: 17.3751, Qs: On-line Experiment

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Date: 15-Dec-2006
From: Thomas Hoffmann < thomas.hoffmann at sprachlit.uni-regensburg.de >
Subject: On-line Experiment 

	
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Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2006 12:01:03
From: Thomas Hoffmann < thomas.hoffmann at sprachlit.uni-regensburg.de >
Subject: On-line Experiment 
 


Dear all,
 
I am currently trying to wrap up my PhD thesis and have decided that I need
more data. That is why I'm running another on-line syntactic acceptability
experiment.

I would be very grateful if you could forward this request to your students
or other people who you think might be willing to participate. Here are the
details:

What? Syntactic acceptability judgements

Who? Speakers of British English

Payment? Since my financial resources are limited, I decided on the
following procedure:

All participants will be entered into a prize draw. Prizes are:

1st prize: 20 Pound gift certificate from Amazon.co.uk
2nd prize: 15 Pound gift certificate from Amazon.co.uk
3rd prize: 10 Pound gift certificate from Amazon.co.uk

How? Just visit the following webpage and follow the instructions:

www-webexp.uni-regensburg.de

Should the experiment not run on your computer you might need to install a
newer Java version. For this, all you have to do is go to

www.java.com 
 
and click ''download now''. 
[Shouldn't take more than a few seconds.]

Thank you all very much in advance!
 
Best wishes,
Thomas Hoffmann 

Linguistic Field(s): Syntax




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