Dictionaries and distributions: Combining expert knowledge and large scale textual data content analysis : Distributed dictionary representation.

@article{Garten2018DictionariesAD,
  title={Dictionaries and distributions: Combining expert knowledge and large scale textual data content analysis : Distributed dictionary representation.},
  author={Justin Garten and Joe Hoover and Kate M. Johnson and Reihane Boghrati and Carol Iskiwitch and Morteza Dehghani},
  journal={Behavior research methods},
  year={2018},
  volume={50 1},
  pages={
          344-361
        }
}
Theory-driven text analysis has made extensive use of psychological concept dictionaries, leading to a wide range of important results. These dictionaries have generally been applied through word count methods which have proven to be both simple and effective. In this paper, we introduce Distributed Dictionary Representations (DDR), a method that applies psychological dictionaries using semantic similarity rather than word counts. This allows for the measurement of the similarity between… CONTINUE READING
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