The experiment data can be downloaded via the link below.
Release Version 20151026
The password is available upon request. Please contact Dr. Mei-Hua Chen (email@example.com) or Mr. Wei-Fan Chen (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please note that any usage other than academic research is not permitted.
The data contains the writings of a total of 66 learners (33 writings in the pre-test and post-test respectively) and the emotion words used in these writings. In addition, data on the judges’ evaluations of appropriate synonymous emotion words is provided.
Please cite at least one of the following papers as the reference of the experiment data.
Chen, W. F., Chen, M. H., & Ku, L. W. (2015). Embarrassed or Awkward? Ranking Emotion Synonyms for ESL Learners' Appropriate Wording. Proceedings of the Building Educational Applications Workshop at NAACL.
Chen, M. H., Chen, W. F., & Ku, L. W. (2015). Technology Enhanced Emotion Expression Learning, in the sixth joint Foreign Language Education and Technology Conference (FLEAT VI)
Chen, M. H., Chen, W. F., & Ku, L. W. (2014). RESOLVE: An Emotion Word Suggestion System Facilitates Language Learners’ Emotional Expressions, in