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ready Codes for the Human Analysis of Transcripts

Abbreviation: CHAT

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Codes for the Human Analysis of Transcripts (CHAT) is a common transcriptional format for children's language transcription. CHAT is supported by many tools used in child language research. The CHAT system provides a standardized format for producing computerized transcripts of face-to-face conversational interactions. These interactions may involve children and parents, doctors and patients, or teachers and second-language learners. Despite the differences between these interactions, there are enough common features to allow for the creation of a single general transcription system. T


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