Phonaesthetics of Conlangs

A Rating Experiment

Welcome to our experiment!

We are investigating how fictional languages are perceived by speakers of different natural languages, in attempt to establish links between phonetic and phonological properties of conlangs and impressions they trigger.

Choose your mother tongue to proceed to the experiment:

Arabic
Bulgarian
Cantonese
English
Georgian
German
Hungarian
Italian
Japanese
Khoekhoe
Mandarin Chinese
Russian
Spanish
Turkish

If our experiment is not available in your native language, please mail us at: olga.olina(@)gmx.net.

Thanks for participating!

Christine Mooshammer & Dominique Bobeck, Erica Conti, Linda Dingfeld, Corinna Egdorf, Vanessa Gaebel, Isabella Greimel, Franziska Groth, Gajaneh Hartz, Henrik Hornecker, Stephanie Jandt, Saskia Körner, Runzhi Lou, Alena Maurer, Kierán Meinhardt, Sophie Neumann, Olga Olina, Lucie Petit, Melanie Roy,  Anna Sondermann, Katja Sonnert, Paul Staubesandt, Hannah Warnemünde, Felicitas Wegmann, Marie Christin Walch, Marie-Theres Weißgerber, Qiang Xia, Pui Yee Yuen.
Photo: CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Paramount Pictures