Thank you for your interest in the Affective Norms for English Words (ANEW). The ANEW provides a set of normative emotional ratings for a large number of words in the English language. This set of verbal materials have been rated in terms of pleasure, arousal, and dominance in order to create a standard for use in studies of emotion and attention.
Considering our exclusively scholarly interests and our status as a unit of the State University, we do not sell these materials. We provide them solely for use in academic, not-for-profit research at recognized degree-granting educational institutions.
To receive the ANEW for your research, please fill out and submit the ANEW Researcher Information Form. Upon submission of this form, you will receive an email asking you to print, sign and email the ANEW User Agreement. Within 30 days of receiving your signed User Agreement, you will receive a username and password, and the link to download the ANEW. This link should not be shared, distributed, or linked to from another website.
As already stated, these stimuli are made freely available to non-profit researchers. It is expected that they will be used only in basic and health research projects. In accepting these materials, researchers are expected not to provide them to profit making companies or organizations. Furthermore, they are expected not to make them available to the media (television, magazines, etc.) or to place them on the internet in any form. These stimuli should not be used for teaching or as examples of affective stimuli in school courses. Making these materials familiar to the general public can seriously compromise their value as stimuli in many research projects.
Because part of the funded mission of CSEA is to provide materials to research labs, it is helpful for us to be able to list the laboratories benefiting from this work. Thus, we would like to take this opportunity to ask that you refer other researchers who would like to receive these materials to us, rather than distributing the ANEW to others yourself.
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Thanks again for your interest.
|Margaret M. Bradley, Ph.D.||Peter J. Lang, Ph.D.|
|Coordinator CSEA Media Core||CSEA Director|