The outputs of the START project are three papers (two submitted and one in press) and a new, morphologically annotated, version of the Chroma corpus:
Chromá, A., Sláma, J., Matiasovitsová, K., & Treichelová, J. (submitted) A morphologically tagged longitudinal corpus of spoken Czech child-adult interactions. Language Resources and Evaluation.
Matiasovitsová, K., Čechová, P., Sláma, J., Homolková, K., & Smolík, F. (submitted). Mean length of utterance in Czech toddlers: validity estimates and comparison of words, morphemes and syllables. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
Matiasovitsová K., Čechová, P., Sláma, J., Treichelová J., & Smolík F. (in press). The Validity of a Transcript-Based Measure of Child Language Development in Czech. In P. Gappmayr, & J. Kellogg (eds.), BUCLD 47: Proceedings of the 47th annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Cascadilla Press.
Chromá, A., Matiasovitsová, K., Sláma, J., & Treichelová, J. (in progress). Chroma Czech corpus version 2023.XX. CHILDES [www.childes.talkbank.org].
Chromá, A., Matiasovitsová, K., Sláma, J., & Treichelová, J. (2023). CoCzeFLA Chroma 2023.04. LINDAT/CLARIAH-CZ digital library at the Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics (ÚFAL), Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University. https://lindat.mff.cuni.cz/repository/xmlui/handle/11234/1-5138
Radek’s XMASS research group under the PRIMUS project focuses on the syntax and semantics of wh-constructs from different perspectives. Among other things, their use is verified on children’s data in the Chroma corpus. The analysis of wh-constructs in the children’s corpus is the focus of Klára Matiasovitsová’s research. She verifies the hypothesis that children acquire wh-constructions according to the hierarchy of questions > embedded questions > correlatives > headless / light-headed relational sentences > headed relational sentences. She also investigates the relationship between children’s acquisition of these constructions and their frequency in child-centred speech.