A TSU linguist’s database will aid the aftercare of speech disorders
Alex Miklashevsky, a TSU graduate student, has created the first Russian database of concrete and abstract nouns, in which he described their relationship with various modalities - sight, hearing, taste, and smell. This work will allow us to calculate the patterns of human data processing. The database can also be used to select incentives in medical and cognitive tests to improve rehabilitation in speech disorders.
An article about the results of the work of the young scientist is published in Journal of Psycholinguistic Research.