"We are four researchers who study psycholinguistics, linguistics, neuroscience and deaf education. Our team of deaf and hearing scientists worked with a group of software engineers to create the ASL-LEX database that anyone can use for free. We cataloged information on nearly 3,000 signs and built a visual, searchable and interactive database that allows scientists and linguists to work with ASL in entirely new ways."
Sehyr, Sevcikova, Z., Cohen-Goldberg, A., Emmorey, K., & Caselli, N. (2021). An interactive visual database for American Sign Language reveals how signs are organized in the mind. The Conversation, April 6, 2021. [Online access: article 156741] https://theconversation.com/an-interactive-visual-database-for-american-sign-language-reveals-how-signs-are-organized-in-the-mind-156741
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