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The Reciprocality Project
Archive resources of the Reciprocality project, c.1997-2000, including "The Programmer's Stone".
A DOS-based Pascal program that implements the multinomial maximum-likelihood mixture analysis, by Yantis, Meyer & Smith.
Web-Based Courseware on causal reasoning
Proposal at Carnegie Mellon's Human and Computer Interaction Department.
A Windows program for demonstrating visual-attention phenomena (freeware)
An on-line lexical reference system whose design is inspired by current psycholinguistic theories of human lexical memory
Software to facilitate linguistic annotation and analysis of visual language data (e.g., for signed languages and the gestural component of spoken languages).