This multilingual project couldn't be realized without the active
collaboration of excellent researchers across the globe.
Arabic: Ali Al-hoorie, Jubail English Language and Preparatory Year Institute, Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu, Saudi Arabia; Bahasa Indonesian: Farah Djalal, Bina Nusantara University. Cantonese: Chaak Lau Ming, The Education University of Hong Kong, Eric Chen, Venessa Poon and Christy Hui (University of Hong Kong); German: Dirk Wulff and Rui Mata (University of Basel, Max Planck Berlin), Harald Baayen and Kaidi Loo (University of Tuebingen); Rio Platense: Álvaro Cabana, Camila Zugarramurdi, Juan Valle Lisboa (Universidad de la República, Uruguay); Italian: Maria Montefinese, Ettore Ambrosini and Francesca Peressotti (University of Padova), Vittorio Iacullo (University of Rome); Japanese: Maria Telegina, Tokyo University, Terry Joyce, Tama University; Korean: Hyung Wook Yim, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea. Peter Thwaites, Keimyung University Korea; Portuguese: Ana Paula Carvalho Soares, University of Minho, João Veríssimo, University of Potsdam Russian: Yury Shevchenko (University of Mannheim); English: Marc Brysbaert (University of Ghent); Spanish: Blair Armstrong and Manuel Carreiras (Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language); Vietnamese: Hien Pham, University of Alberta
Special thanks to all the volunteers who participated over the years, Doug Nelson and Cathy McEvoy for continuous support, Chie Nakatani, Steve Majerus, Stephanie Clayton, Haoran Huang, Steve Langsford, for translation, and Marc Brysbaert for co-funding the word association workshop in 2012. In addition, our gratitude for various support goes to the Concept and Categorization lab, Danielle Navarro, Andrew Perfors, Lili Sahakyan, Jeff Steward, Brita Elvevaag, Rose Bruffaerts, Marc Steyvers, Thomas Hills, Haim Dubossarsky, Dirk Geeraerts, Dirk Speelman, Emmanuel Keuleers, Pawel Mandera, Michael Boiger and Marijn Van Vliet.
This project was funded by the Flemish Research Council and through the University of Leuven Research Council, Belgium. It has been approved by the KULeuven Ethical committee (ref. G-2014 07 017), contact [email protected] for complaints or questions. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.