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Contributors:Lawan, Dinah (speaker)
Simon, Godiya (speaker)
Lawan, Dinah (researcher)
Simon, Godiya (researcher)
Gabber, Shirley (depositor)
Date Issued:23 Jun 2021
Description:Dinah Lawan and Godiya Simon complete the Family Problems Picture Task. The narrative which Dinah and Godiya told about the pictures was the following: A man used to be good and kind to his girlfriend whom he later married. Before marriage, he did not drink alcohol. However, after he got married and he and his wife had their first child, he had his first drink under the influence of his friends. When he got home later that evening, he beat and injured his wife and was taken into police custody. He badly harmed his wife and regretted his actions. He was sentenced to ten years in prison. Citation of the task: Carroll, Alice, Nicholas Evans, Darja Hoenigman and Lila San Roque. 2009. The family problems picture task. Designed for use by the Social Cognition and Language Project.
A collaboration of The Australian National University, Griffith University, University of
Melbourne and the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics. Please find instructions for the task, a PDF of the stimuli picutres, and photos of the pictures organized into a narrative in this collection.
Pages/Duration:00:45:00 for wav file
00:44:46 for mp4 file
Appears in Collections: Language Documentation Training Center (LDTC)

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