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Open research in linguistics

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On Feb 25th 2021 Professor Cecile De Cat spoke about publishing preprints in linguistics and sharing data and code.

Cecile is a Professor of Linguistics in the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies. She is also Professor at the Arctic University of Norway (UiT) in Tromsø and leads the Speech and Language action project group at the Centre for Applied Education Research.

On Feb 25th 2021 Professor Cecile De Cat spoke about publishing preprints in linguistics and sharing data and code.

Cecile is a Professor of Linguistics in the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies. She is also Professor at the Arctic University of Norway (UiT) in Tromsø and leads the Speech and Language action project group at the Centre for Applied Education Research.

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  1. 1. Open research in linguistics Prof. Cecile De Cat
  2. 2. What I do - Language acquisition Q-BEx project (ESRC) q-bex.org - first, second language, bilingualism Language assessment project at KS3 (CAER) - children, adults Factors influencing multilingual outcomes (UiT) - Formal study of language - limits of what is possible in a language and across languages - Experimental and corpus work - Statistical modelling - very complex interactions between multiple factors (linguistic, cognitive, environmental) - Individual variation - Peer-reviewed conference presentations, journal publications, and books
  3. 3. Experience: Preprints and open peer review - Preprints - personal webpage - PsyArXiv http://psyarxiv.com - OSF osf.io → high number of reads/downloads pre- publication + citations Preprint DOI + link with the publication DOI - Need to be careful with potential copyright issues - Data and code (usually post-publication) - OSF (via Projects) - Open review - Frontiers in psycholinguistics (revealed post-publication) - Ad-hoc experience (exceptional circumstances, Journal of Child Language)
  4. 4. Mini survey (February 2021) - 159 respondents (PhD 1960 - future) - 94 Language development or language attrition - 30 Grammar - 12 Psycholinguistics - 12 Language variation and change (historical, social) - 7 Language education - 2 Corpus linguistics - 2 Other
  5. 5. - Research data most commonly produced: - 74% experimental - 54% survey/ questionnaire data - 47% corpora
  6. 6. “What prevents you from sharing your preprints?” (67 respondents; multiple responses) - 33% I don't want pre-publication versions of my papers to be publicly available. - 31% I fear it might jeopardise anonymous reviewing of my work. - 25% I don’t know how to. - 25% It’s too much hassle / I don’t have the time. - 10% I don’t see the need. - 1% I never thought of it. - 1% Potential copyright issues with publishers.
  7. 7. “What prevents you from sharing the data related to your publications?” 129 responses (multiple responses possible) - 54% It takes too much time to prepare and document it. - 42% I do not have the required ethical approval. - 23% I fear others might mine it further before I have the chance - 14% I don’t know how to share it. - 12% I fear it will invite criticism - I’m not sure it would be useful. - It can be accessed under a special license - (Some of) my data isn’t suitable for sharing.

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