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Long-term Preservation of Longitudinal Statistical Surveys in Psycholinguistic Research / Hrvoje Stančić, Martina Poljičak Sušec, Anabela Lendić.

By: Stančić, Hrvoje.
Contributor(s): Poljičak Sušec, Martina [aut] | Lendić, Anabela [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticlePublisher: 2015Description: 343-353 str.Other title: Long-term Preservation of Longitudinal Statistical Surveys in Psycholinguistic Research [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): psiholingvistika | longitudianalna istraživana | statistički podaci - čuvanje i zaštita | anonimizacija podataka | 5.04 | psycholinguistics; statistics; archival science; records management; trust in digital records; anonymization; pseudoanonymization | psycholinguistics; statistics; archival science; records management; trust in digital records; anonymization; pseudoanonymizationOnline resources: Elektronička verzija In: INFuture2015: e-Institutions - Openness, Accessibility, and Preservation International Conference The Future of Information Sciences, INFuture (5 ; 2015 ; Zagreb) str. 343-353Summary: Psycholinguistics deals with different types of evidence and obtained data, including confidential information which needs to be protected from disclosure and other security threats. When it comes to speech-language pathologies, researchers in psycholinguistics are especially interested in aphasia. Aphasia is a loss of language ability as a consequence of brain damage, which may result from head injury or stroke. Research data has to be adequately stored, processed, protected and if possible, preserved for secondary use. Authors are proposing possible application of models and tools used in official statistics and concepts from the archival science that could contribute to solving the so far unresolved issues in the research on aphasia and its records management requirements in the context of long-term preservation, trust, and reuse.
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Psycholinguistics deals with different types of evidence and obtained data, including confidential information which needs to be protected from disclosure and other security threats. When it comes to speech-language pathologies, researchers in psycholinguistics are especially interested in aphasia. Aphasia is a loss of language ability as a consequence of brain damage, which may result from head injury or stroke. Research data has to be adequately stored, processed, protected and if possible, preserved for secondary use. Authors are proposing possible application of models and tools used in official statistics and concepts from the archival science that could contribute to solving the so far unresolved issues in the research on aphasia and its records management requirements in the context of long-term preservation, trust, and reuse.

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