The Alice Datasets: fMRI & EEG Observations of Natural Language Comprehension
Shohini Bhattasali | Jonathan Brennan | Wen-Ming Luh | Berta Franzluebbers | John Hale
Proceedings of the Twelfth Language Resources and Evaluation Conference
The Alice Datasets are a set of datasets based on magnetic resonance data and electrophysiological data, collected while participants heard a story in English. Along with the datasets and the text of the story, we provide a variety of different linguistic and computational measures ranging from prosodic predictors to predictors capturing hierarchical syntactic information. These ecologically valid datasets can be easily reused to replicate prior work and to test new hypotheses about natural language comprehension in the brain.