Na’ama Corpus


Ruth Berman
Department of Linguistics
Tel Aviv University

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Participants: 1
Type of Study: naturalistic
Location: Israel
Media type: no longer available
DOI: doi:10.21415/T5BC7M

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This corpus contains files from a Hebrew-speaking child between ages 1;7 and 2;6. Na’ama was the firstborn child of middle-class, fairly well-educated, native-speaking parents. She was recorded by Dafna Kaplan, a friend and neighbor of the family, as part of Kaplan’s M.A. studies in linguistics at Tel Aviv University in 1983. The recordings were all done in her home, with or without the mother present.

FileAgeFileAge
11;7.8102;2.12
21;7.27112;3.2
31;8.25122;3.23
41;9.2132;4.14
51;10.0142;5.4
61;11.0152;5.8
72;0.10162;6.0
82;0.24172;6.4
92;1.12