Language and Cognition Department, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
 by Mark Dingemanse

Enter/Exit Animation for Linguistic Elicitation

This task investigates the expression of “enter” and “exit” events, and is a supplement to the Motion Elicitation task. Consultants are asked to describe a series of animated clips where a man moves into or out of a house. The clips focus on contrasts to do with perspective (e.g., whether the man appears to move away or towards the viewer) and transitional movement (e.g., whether the man walks or “teleports” into his new location).

Prerequisite

You have consulted Motion Elicitation.

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Field Manual entry
Enter Exit Animation For Linguistic Elicitation (220.76 kB)

Stimulus materials
Enter Exit animation (30.94 MB)

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Citation
Kita, Sotaro. 1995. Enter/exit animation for linguistic elicitation. In David Wilkins (ed.), Extension of space and beyond: manual for field elicitation for the 1995 field season, 13. Nijmegen: Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics.
Stable URL
http://fieldmanuals.mpi.nl/volumes/1995/enterexit-animation-linguistic-elicitation/

Volume 1995 , filed under Space project.