Hebrew Psychological Lexicons

Natalie Shapira,Dana Atzil-Slonim,Daniel Juravski,Moran Baruch,Dana Stolowicz-Melman,Adar Paz,Tal Alfi-Yogev,Roy Azoulay, Adi Singer, Maayan Revivo,Chen Dahbash, Limor Dayan, Tamar Naim,Lidar Gez, Boaz Yanai,Adva Maman, Adam Nadaf,Elinor Sarfati, Amna Baloum, Tal Naor,Ephraim Mosenkis, Badreya Sarsour, Jany Gelfand Morgenshteyn,Yarden Elias, Liat Braun, Moria Rubin, Matan Kenigsbuch, Noa Bergwerk,Noam Yosef,Sivan Peled, Coral Avigdor, Rahav Obercyger,Rachel Mann,Tomer Alper,Inbal Beka,Ori Shapira,Yoav Goldberg

AAAI 2021(2021)

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We introduce a large set of Hebrew lexicons pertaining to psychological aspects. These lexicons are useful for various psychology applications such as detecting emotional state, well being, relationship quality in conversation, identifying topics (e.g., family, work) and many more. We discuss the challenges in creating and validating lexicons in a new language, and highlight our methodological considerations in the data-driven lexicon construction process. Most of the lexicons are publicly available, which will facilitate further research on Hebrew clinical psychology text analysis. The lexicons were developed through data driven means, and verified by domain experts, clinical psychologists and psychology students, in a process of reconciliation with three judges. Development and verification relied on a dataset of a total of 872 psychotherapy session transcripts. We describe the construction process of each collection, the final resource and initial results of research studies employing this resource.
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