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study_IDlong_citeshort_citepeer_reviewedcoderexpt_numexpt_conditionsame_infantresponse_modeexposure_phasemethoddependent_measureparticipant_designnative_langinfant_typegroup_name_1group_name_2n_1n_2mean_age_1mean_age_2x_1x_2x_difSD_1SD_2tFdd_varrcorrspecial_cases_measuresage_range_1age_range_2n_excluded_1n_excluded_2gender_1gender_2dependent_measure_2dependent_measure_2_x_diffdependent_measure_2_SD_1dependent_measure_2_SD_2n_excluded_fussersn_excluded_non_criterionexclusion_criteriatest_langcontrast_pseudoIPAcontrast_sampasampa_commentscounterbalancedperipheralitybacknessheightnasalityroundnesstensenesslengthstimuli_notesF1_1F2_1F1_2F2_2duration_word_1duration_word_2duration_vowel_1duration_vowel_2frequency_1frequency_2frequency_sourceobject_typeobject_noobject_motion_word_coordinationobject_motionmethod_notesresults_extraMSDapproxgeneral_notessame_infant_dichmultiple_measurement_pointsstimulus_naturalness
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Trehub1973
Trehub, S. E. (1973). Infants Sensitivity to Vowel and Tonal Contrasts. Developmental Psychology, 9(1), 91-96.
Trehub (1973)yesSho Tsuji1NA1behaviorhabituationHAS
sucking_time
between
Canadian English
typical
experimental
control101073.573.5NANANANANANA17.43NANANANA5656NANANANANANANANANANA
parental interference, fussiness, failure to reach a priori sucking criterion
nativepa-pi_pA-pi_AEnglish1NA020000
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: male voice, stimuli matched in noncritical features visually "mingographic" [never seen this word before!!] then resynthesized .5s sound+ .5 s silence; 18dB above room noise level; exp 5-7 skipped because on non-speech; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: synthetic; ISI: 500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: 38; snr: 18; differ.in:
756130934323235005005005000.059267595770.09346106843
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:33;proportion.same.change:NA;max.trial.duration:NA;nb.tokens.trial:NA;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
individual data was sucks converted to percentage of baseline;figures could be used to estimate means
nononatural
3
Trehub1973
Trehub, S. E. (1973). Infants Sensitivity to Vowel and Tonal Contrasts. Developmental Psychology, 9(1), 91-96.
Trehub (1973)yesSho Tsuji2NA2behaviorhabituationHAS
sucking_time
between
Canadian English
typical
experimental
control10106363NANANANANANA6.38NANANANA7777NANANANANANANANANANA
parental interference, fussiness, failure to reach a priori sucking criterion
nativeta-ti_tA-ti_AEnglish1NA020000
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f1: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: male voice, stimuli matched in noncritical features visually "mingographic" [never seen this word before!!] then resynthesizedײ呜ײ楠Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ榀Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ懀Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ勠3¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ斠Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ昀Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ漠Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ泀Џ字と小文字を区別する(&C)セル内容が完全に同一であるものを検索する(&O)半角と全角を区別する(&B)制御文字を区別する(&T)オプション(&T) >>すべて置換(&A)置換(&R)すべて検索(&I)
756130934323235005005005000.059267595770.09346106843
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:33;proportion.same.change:NA;max.trial.duration:NA;nb.tokens.trial:NA;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
individual data was sucks converted to percentage of baseline;figures could be used to estimate means
nononatural
4
Trehub1973
Trehub, S. E. (1973). Infants Sensitivity to Vowel and Tonal Contrasts. Developmental Psychology, 9(1), 91-96.
Trehub (1973)yesSho Tsuji3NA3behaviorhabituationHAS
sucking_time
between
Canadian English
typical
experimental
control10107070NANANANANANA5.9NANANANA7777NANANANANANANANANANA
parental interference, fussiness, failure to reach a priori sucking criterion
nativea-i_A-i_AEnglish1NA020000
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f2: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: male voice, stimuli matched in noncritical features visually "mingographic" [never seen this word before!!] then resynthesizedײ呜ײ楠Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ榀Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ懀Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ勠3¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ斠Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ昀Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ漠Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ泀Џ字と小文字を区別する(&C)セル内容が完全に同一であるものを検索する(&O)半角と全角を区別する(&B)制御文字を区別する(&T)オプション(&T) >>すべて置換(&A)置換(&R)すべて検索(&I)
756130934323235005005005000.059267595770.09346106843
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:33;proportion.same.change:NA;max.trial.duration:NA;nb.tokens.trial:NA;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
individual data was sucks converted to percentage of baseline;figures could be used to estimate means
nononatural
5
Trehub1973
Trehub, S. E. (1973). Infants Sensitivity to Vowel and Tonal Contrasts. Developmental Psychology, 9(1), 91-96.
Trehub (1973)yesSho Tsuji4NA4behaviorhabituationHAS
sucking_time
between
Canadian English
typical
experimental
control10104949NANANANANANA10.46NANANANA7070NANANANANANANANANANA
parental interference, fussiness, failure to reach a priori sucking criterion
nativei-u_i-M_AEnglish1NA200100
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f3: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: male voice, stimuli matched in noncritical features visually "mingographic" [never seen this word before!!] then resynthesizedײ呜ײ楠Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ榀Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ懀Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ勠3¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ斠Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ昀Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ漠Џ¸_x0008_က耀呜ײ呜ײ泀Џ字と小文字を区別する(&C)セル内容が完全に同一であるものを検索する(&O)半角と全角を区別する(&B)制御文字を区別する(&T)オプション(&T) >>すべて置換(&A)置換(&R)すべて検索(&I)
34323233809925005005005000.093461068430.08650814733
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:33;proportion.same.change:NA;max.trial.duration:NA;nb.tokens.trial:NA;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
individual data was sucks converted to percentage of baseline;figures could be used to estimate means
nononatural
6
Swoboda1976
Swoboda, P.J., Morse, P.A., & Leavitt, L.A. (1976). Continuous Vowel Discrimination in Normal and At Risk Infants. Child Development 47(2), 459-465.
Swoboda, Morse, & Leavitt (1976)yesSho Tsuji1NA5behaviorhabituationHAS
sucking_time
between
American English
mixed
experimental
control202056.956.96.88-2.8NANANANANANANANA
20;5.83;;3;4.49
141445.1545.15NANANANANANA26.1876.321
fussiness, sleeping, criterion, eq error, exp error
nativei-I_i-I_
not_looked_up
1NA000010
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: 298/2226/2902 i3; F1/F2/F3.2: 336/2144/2776 i5; min.f0: 125; average.f0: NA; max.f0: 80; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: falling; other: synthesized (Pisoni), 240 ms long, 3 formants with terminal F0 that fell linearly from 125-80H. Four stim varied in equal log steps from I to I. First two were cat. As I by adults, second two as I. Presented with 65db against 45 dB noise; voice: NA; IDS: no; naturalness: synthetic; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: 45; snr: 20; differ.in:
298222633621442402402402400.093461068430.1302692755
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:20;proportion.same.change:NA;max.trial.duration:NA;nb.tokens.trial:NA;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
data was sucks per minute;using formula 5 for d (F between 3 cond) some of the infants were at risk for developmental problems, but no significant effects of that found
nonosynthetic
7
Swoboda1978
Swoboda, P.J., Morse, P.A., & Leavitt, L.A. (1976). Continuous Vowel Discrimination in Normal and At Risk Infants. Child Development 47(2), 459-465.
Swoboda, Morse, & Leavitt (1976)yesSho Tsuji1NA7behaviorhabituationHAS
sucking_time
between
American English
mixed
experimental
control30NA59.959.9NANANANANANANANANANANA141445.545.5NANANANANANA17.53.5
fussiness, sleeping, criterion, eq error, exp error
nativei-I_i-I_
not_looked_up
1NA000010
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: 298/2226/2902 i3; F1/F2/F3.2: 336/2144/2776 i5; min.f0: 125; average.f0: NA; max.f0: 80; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: falling; other: synthesized (Pisoni), 240 ms long, 3 formants with terminal F0 that fell linearly from 125-80H. Four stim varied in equal log steps from I to I. First two were cat. As I by adults, second two as I. Presented with 65db against 45 dB noise; voice: NA; IDS: no; naturalness: synthetic; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: 45; snr: 20; differ.in:
29822263362144606060600.093461068430.1302692755
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:20;proportion.same.change:NA;max.trial.duration:NA;nb.tokens.trial:NA;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
Some statistics reported, but only on pre-post changes, as there is no control group. Not included in Tsuji&Cristia(2013), Developmental Psychobiology, bc difficult to compare to other HAS studies
nonosynthetic
8
Kuhl1982
Kuhl, P.K., & Miller, J.D. (1982). Discrimination of auditory target dimensions in the presence or absence of variation in a second dimension by infants. Perception & Psychophysics 31(3), 279-292.
Kuhl & Miller (1982)yesSho Tsuji1no_variation10behaviorhabituationHAS
sucking_time
between
American English
typical
experimental
control81678.478.40.2-0.07NANANANANANANANA
8;0.21;;3;10.34
77772.152.15NANANANANANA04.3criterionnativea-i_A-i_
their vowel doesn't correspond to any of the formants given in P&B52, contra their statement… but the closest might indeed be A
1NA020000
comments_F: F1-F3. Steady-state. ; F1/F2/F3.1: 775/1064/2614; F1/F2/F3.2: 263/2378/3099; min.f0: 132; average.f0: NA; max.f0: 92; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: No pitch variation (either monotonous or falling). Synthesized on terminal analog serial synthesizer. Steady-state, male talker characteristics. F1-F3+ constant (for a and i) upper formants (f4=F10). 500 ms duration.; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: synthetic; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: 12; snr: 56; differ.in:
775106426323785005005005000.059267595770.09346106843
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:20;proportion.same.change:NA;max.trial.duration:NA;nb.tokens.trial:NA;visual.stim:colorful bear;size.in:15.8823801742686;dist.from.child.in:30;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
individual data was sucks converted to percentage of baseline; they do an ANOVA including both vowel change in the absence of pitch variation and its control and pitch change in the absence of vowel variation and its control. So pooled SD is calculated in the R script from the information available.
nonosynthetic
9
Kuhl1982
Kuhl, P.K., & Miller, J.D. (1982). Discrimination of auditory target dimensions in the presence or absence of variation in a second dimension by infants. Perception & Psychophysics 31(3), 279-292.
Kuhl & Miller (1982)yesSho Tsuji1
with_variation
11behaviorhabituationHAS
sucking_time
between
American English
typical
experimental
control8878.478.40.15-0.08NANANA2.88NANANANANA77772.152.15NANANANANANA04.3criterionnativea-i_A-i_
their vowel doesn't correspond to any of the formants given in P&B52, contra their statement… but the closest might indeed be A
1NA020000
comments_F: F1-F3. Steady-state. ; F1/F2/F3.1: 775/1064/2614; F1/F2/F3.2: 263/2378/3099; min.f0: 132; average.f0: NA; max.f0: 92; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: the familiarization stimuli varied in pitch. Synthesized on terminal analog serial synthesizer. Steady-state, male talker characteristics. F1-F3+ constant (for a and i) upper formants (f4=F10). 500 ms duration.; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: synthetic; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: 12; snr: 56; differ.in:
775106426323785005005005000.059267595770.09346106843
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:20;proportion.same.change:NA;max.trial.duration:NA;nb.tokens.trial:NA;visual.stim:colorful bear;size.in:15.8823801742686;dist.from.child.in:30;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
individual data was sucks converted to percentage of baseline; they do an ANOVA for one part, and t-tests for the other. So ES for the first cond (without pitch variation) based on F of Anova where also a cond with only pitch var was in, and ES for the second cond (with pitch variation) is based on t-test for only that condition.
nonosynthetic
10
Jusczyk1987
Jusczyk, P. W., & Derrah, C. (1987). Representation of Speech Sounds by Young Infants. Developmental Psychology, 23(5), 648-654.
Jusczyk & Derrah (1987)yesAlex Cristia1bu_group12behaviorhabituationHAS
sucking_time
betweenEnglishtypical
experimental
control161660.260.25.78-12.03NA10.7412.08NANANANANANA44.144.118.62518.625NANANANANANA22.7225186.25
fussiness, sleeping, eq err, criterion [note: counting here half of the kids excluded for the control group]
native
[bi, bo, ber, ba] to [bi, bo, ber, ba, bu, bu, bu, bu] (randomized)
[bi, bo, b@r, bA] to [bi, bo, b@r, bA, bu, bu, bu, bu] (randomized)
not_looked_up
0NANANANANANANA
comments_F: allowed to vary over time; here taking values for the 'stable' portion, at 180 ms; F1/F2/F3.1: well-described in paper (table 1 on p. 650), but not writing the F's for the 'first stimulus set' here because there's a lot of variability; F1/F2/F3.2: 317/966/2240; min.f0: 125; average.f0: NA; max.f0: 100; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: falling; other: synthetic modeled on male talker, 300 ms, f0 begins 121 rises to 125 at 50 ms and falls linearly to 100 hz at offset; ISI 750 ms; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: synthetic; ISI: 750; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: 57; snr: 15; differ.in:
NANA317966300300300300NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:25;proportion.same.change:NA;max.trial.duration:NA;nb.tokens.trial:NA;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
sucks per minute;noting here the 2 minute results, but 4 minute results also reported
nonosynthetic
11
Jusczyk1987
Jusczyk, P. W., & Derrah, C. (1987). Representation of Speech Sounds by Young Infants. Developmental Psychology, 23(5), 648-654.
Jusczyk & Derrah (1987)yesAlex Cristia1du_group13behaviorhabituationHAS
sucking_time
betweenEnglishtypical
experimental
control161660.260.210.55-12.03NA11.6812.08NANANANANANA44.144.118.62518.625NANANANANANA22.7225186.25
fussiness, sleeping, eq err, criterion [note: counting here half of the kids excluded for the control group]
native
[bi, bo, ber, ba] to [bi, bo, ber, ba, du, du, du, du] (randomized)
[bi, bo, b@r, bA] to [bi, bo, b@r, bA, bu, bu, bu, bu] (randomized)
not_looked_up
0NANANANANANANA
comments_F: allowed to vary over time; here taking values for the 'stable' portion, at 180 ms; F1/F2/F3.1: well-described in paper (table 1 on p. 650), but not writing the F's for the 'first stimulus set' here because there's a lot of variability; F1/F2/F3.2: 317/1100/2240; min.f0: 125; average.f0: NA; max.f0: 100; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: falling; other: synthetic modeled on male talker, 300 ms, f0 begins 121 rises to 125 at 50 ms and falls linearly to 100 hz at offset; ISI 750 ms; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: synthetic; ISI: 750; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: 57; snr: 15; differ.in:
NANA3171100300300300300NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:25;proportion.same.change:NA;max.trial.duration:NA;nb.tokens.trial:NA;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
sucks per minute;noting here the 2 minute results, but 4 minute results also reported
nonosynthetic
12
Miller1979
Miller, J. L., & Eimas, P. D. (1979). Organization in infant speech perception. Canadian journal of psychology, 33(4), 353-367.
Miller & Eimas (1979)yesAlex Cristia1NA14behaviorhabituationHAS
sucking_time
betweenEnglishtypical
experimental
control123690906.10NANANA1.676NANANANANA606019.519.5NANANANANANA36.661.56
fussiness, sleeping, criterion, eq error, exp error (note: counting here the excluded kids for all of the control groups -- there were 3)
native
[ba-da]-[bae-dae]_
[ba-da]-[b{-d{]_
Aenglish. the authors say nothing but /a/ everywhere, and based on the Fs I guess that it is indeed a: male voice F1 770 (so ok for both) but F2 1220 -- too forward for A, so it could fit a
1NA000010
comments_F: formants varied somewhat over vowel, here noting the 'steady state'; notice that order was counterbalanced, so I'm noting both vowels in the second stim column; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: a 771/1233/2520, ae 771/1796/2780; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: synthetic, 300 ms; ISI 700 ms; background level of noise 63 dB, stimuli at 75 db; voice: NA; IDS: no; naturalness: synthetic; ISI: 700; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: 63; snr: 12; differ.in:
77112337711796300300300300NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:20;proportion.same.change:NA;max.trial.duration:NA;nb.tokens.trial:NA;visual.stim:colorful bear;size.in:15.8823801742686;dist.from.child.in:30;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
sucks per minute;noting here the 2 minute results minus the mean for 2 mins before shift, although other results also reported this is the only one for which stats were reported; IMPORTANT t estimated from approx p - see notes txt file
nonosynthetic
13
Cowan1982
Cowan, N., Suomi, K. & Morse, P. A. (1982). Echoic storage in infant perception. Child Development, 53(4), 984-990.
Cowan, Suomi, & Morse (1982)yesAlex Cristia2NA15behaviorhabituationHAS
sucking_time
between
American English
typical
experimental
control1818606014.42-2.64NANANA3.08NANANANANA7714.514.5NANANANANANANANA
fussiness, sleeping
native
[a-a] to [a-ε] OR [ε-ε] to [ε-a] versus control: [a-a] to [ε-a] OR [ε-ε] to [a-ε]
[a-a] to [a-E] OR [E-E] to [E-a] versus control: [a-a] to [E-a] OR [E-E] to [a-E]
rather /a/ F1 750 F2 1150
0NANANANANANANA
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: a 750/1150/2400 E 245/2250/3000; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: 200; average.f0: NA; max.f0: 40; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: falling; other: Notice that they presented pairs of vowels; synthetic, 50 ms long, 0ms within pair, 900ms between pair, amplitude ramped 10ms onset and offset, f0 fell linearly from 200 to 40 hz across 50 ms; voice: NA; IDS: no; naturalness: synthetic; ISI: 900; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: 45; snr: 22; differ.in:
7501150NANA50505050NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:NA;max.trial.duration:NA;nb.tokens.trial:NA;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
sucks per 30s;not coding ES because too different from others - REVISIT.
nonosynthetic
14
Cowan1982
Cowan, N., Suomi, K. & Morse, P. A. (1982). Echoic storage in infant perception. Child Development, 53(4), 984-990.
Cowan, Suomi, & Morse (1982)yesAlex Cristia3NA16behaviorhabituationHAS
sucking_time
between
American English
typical
experimental
control10106060NA-2.64NANANA2.27NANANANANA775.3333333355.333333335NANANANANANANANA
fussiness, sleeping
native
[a-a] to [a-ε] OR [ε-ε] to [ε-a] versus control: [a-a] to [ε-a] OR [ε-ε] to [a-ε]
[a-a] to [a-E] OR [E-E] to [E-a] versus control: [a-a] to [E-a] OR [E-E] to [a-E]
rather /a/ F1 750 F2 1150
0NANANANANANANA
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: a 750/1150/2400 E 245/2250/3000; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: 200; average.f0: NA; max.f0: 40; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: falling; other: Notice that they presented pairs of vowels; synthetic, 50 ms long, 250ms within pair, 900ms between pair, amplitude ramped 10ms onset and offset, f0 fell linearly from 200 to 40 hz across 50 ms; voice: NA; IDS: no; naturalness: synthetic; ISI: 700; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: 45; snr: 22; differ.in: diphthonguization
7501150NANA50505050NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:NA;max.trial.duration:NA;nb.tokens.trial:NA;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
sucks per 30s;not coding ES because too different from others - REVISIT.
nonosynthetic
15
Mugitani2009
Mugitani, R., Pons, F., Fais, L., Dietrich, C., Werker, J. F., & Amano, S. (2009). Perception of vowel length by Japanese- and English-learning infants. Developmental psychology, 45(1), 236-247.
Mugitani et al. (2009)yesAlex Cristia2NA19
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoJapanesetypicalNANA8NA547.56NANANA3.592.7718585822.347594514NA3.597NANANANA26.42NA3.5NANANANANANANA0.53
fussiness, criterion
nativeta:ku-takuta:ku-taku
not_looked_up
0NA000001
comments_F: several tokens recorded, 5 were selected and then manipulated to create a long (200 ms) and short (100 ms) vowel duration; the duration of the whole words was not reported; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: the originals were spoken in English, then the vowel lengthened/reduced to the desired length; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in: diphthonguization
NANANANANANA200100NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:35;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:red & black checkerboard;size.in:27;dist.from.child.in:46;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:3;CF.min.hab:9;CF.max.hab:27;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:1 of each kind;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.75; partial.eta.squared: 0.291; d: NA
no
author_provided
noyes
natural_processed
16
Mugitani2009
Mugitani, R., Pons, F., Fais, L., Dietrich, C., Werker, J. F., & Amano, S. (2009). Perception of vowel length by Japanese- and English-learning infants. Developmental psychology, 45(1), 236-247.
Mugitani et al. (2009)yesAlex Cristia2NA20
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoJapanesetypicalNANA8NA547.56NANANA-1.22.4324473272.064751801NA1.204NANANANA26.42NA3.5NANANANANANANA0.53
fussiness, criterion
nativetaku-ta:kutaku-ta:ku
not_looked_up
0NA000001
comments_F: several tokens recorded, 5 were selected and then manipulated to create a long (200 ms) and short (100 ms) vowel duration; the duration of the whole words was not reported; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: the originals were spoken in English, then the vowel lengthened/reduced to the desired length; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in: diphthonguization
NANANANANANA100200NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:35;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:red & black checkerboard;size.in:27;dist.from.child.in:46;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:3;CF.min.hab:9;CF.max.hab:27;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:1 of each kind;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.5; partial.eta.squared: 0.044; d: NA
no
author_provided
noyes
natural_processed
17
Mugitani2009
Mugitani, R., Pons, F., Fais, L., Dietrich, C., Werker, J. F., & Amano, S. (2009). Perception of vowel length by Japanese- and English-learning infants. Developmental psychology, 45(1), 236-247.
Mugitani et al. (2009)yesAlex Cristia3NA21
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoJapanesetypicalNANA12NA550.56NANANA2.273.6373066963.083050437NA6.081NANANANA27.42NA11.5NANANANANANANA47.5
fussiness, criterion
nativeta:ku-takuta:ku-taku
not_looked_up
0NA000001
comments_F: several tokens recorded, 5 were selected and then manipulated to create a long (200 ms) and short (100 ms) vowel duration; the duration of the whole words was not reported; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: the originals were spoken in Japanese, then the vowel lengthened/reduced to the desired length; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in: diphthonguization
NANANANANANA200100NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:35;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:red & black checkerboard;size.in:27;dist.from.child.in:46;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:3;CF.min.hab:9;CF.max.hab:27;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:1 of each kind;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.916666666666667; partial.eta.squared: 0.213; d: NA
no
author_provided
noyes
natural_processed
18
Mugitani2009
Mugitani, R., Pons, F., Fais, L., Dietrich, C., Werker, J. F., & Amano, S. (2009). Perception of vowel length by Japanese- and English-learning infants. Developmental psychology, 45(1), 236-247.
Mugitani et al. (2009)yesAlex Cristia3NA22
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoJapanesetypicalNANA12NA550.56NANANA-0.123.6373066965.022947342NA0.17NANANANA27.42NA11.5NANANANANANANA47.5
fussiness, criterion
nativetaku-ta:kutaku-ta:ku
not_looked_up
0NA000001
comments_F: several tokens recorded, 5 were selected and then manipulated to create a long (200 ms) and short (100 ms) vowel duration; the duration of the whole words was not reported; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: the originals were spoken in Japanese, then the vowel lengthened/reduced to the desired length; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in: diphthonguization
NANANANANANA100200NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:35;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:red & black checkerboard;size.in:27;dist.from.child.in:46;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:3;CF.min.hab:9;CF.max.hab:27;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:1 same 1 oddball, with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.416666666666667; partial.eta.squared: 0.001; d: NA
no
author_provided
noyes
natural_processed
19
Mugitani2009
Mugitani, R., Pons, F., Fais, L., Dietrich, C., Werker, J. F., & Amano, S. (2009). Perception of vowel length by Japanese- and English-learning infants. Developmental psychology, 45(1), 236-247.
Mugitani et al. (2009)yesAlex Cristia4NA23
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoJapanesetypicalNANA8NA301.78NANANA2.681.810193364.723473298NANANANANANA35.42NA4.5NANANANANANANA2.52
fussiness, criterion
nativeta:ku-takuta:ku-taku
not_looked_up
0NA000001
comments_F: several tokens recorded, 5 were selected and then manipulated to create a long (200 ms) and short (100 ms) vowel duration; the duration of the whole words was not reported; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: the originals were spoken in Japanese, then the vowel lengthened/reduced to the desired length; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
NANANANANANA100200NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:35;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:red & black checkerboard;size.in:27;dist.from.child.in:46;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:3;CF.min.hab:9;CF.max.hab:27;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:1 same 1 oddball, with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.5; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
author_provided
noyes
natural_processed
20
Mugitani2009
Mugitani, R., Pons, F., Fais, L., Dietrich, C., Werker, J. F., & Amano, S. (2009). Perception of vowel length by Japanese- and English-learning infants. Developmental psychology, 45(1), 236-247.
Mugitani et al. (2009)yesAlex Cristia4NA24
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoJapanesetypicalNANA8NA301.78NANANA22.2344574292.630437226NANANANANANA35.42NA4.5NANANANANANANA2.52
fussiness, criterion
nativetaku-ta:kutaku-ta:ku
not_looked_up
0NA000001
comments_F: several tokens recorded, 5 were selected and then manipulated to create a long (200 ms) and short (100 ms) vowel duration; the duration of the whole words was not reported; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: the originals were spoken in Japanese, then the vowel lengthened/reduced to the desired length; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
NANANANANANA100200NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:35;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:red & black checkerboard;size.in:27;dist.from.child.in:46;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:3;CF.min.hab:9;CF.max.hab:27;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:1 same 1 oddball, with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.75; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
author_provided
noyes
natural_processed
21
Phan2008
Phan, J., & Houston, D. M. (2008). Infant Dialect Discrimination. Research on spoken language processing Progress Report No. 29.
Phan & Houston (2008)noAlex Cristia1NA25
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_two
American English
typicalNANA20NA205.6392NANANA0.921.382.182.19NANANANANA52.9308NANANANANANANANANANANANAaccented
pain-pa:n[southern]_
paIn-pa:n[southern]_
not_looked_up
1NA020000
comments_F: F's to the right are averages over 2 tokens and represent values at one third and two thirds of the vowel; first dur is pa:n[southern]; second dur is pain ; F1/F2/F3.1: pa:n[southern] 989-921/1707-1752; F1/F2/F3.2: pain 719-607/1617-2069; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: single talker produced words in both dialects; F's to the right are averages over 2 tokens and represent values at one third and two thirds of the vowel; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
98917077191617689698.5364342.5NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:50;proportion.same.change:0.285714285714286;max.trial.duration:20000;nb.tokens.trial:1;visual.stim:checkerboard;size.in:55;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:3;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:14;CF.testDetails:10 "same" which contained repetitions of the habituation token mixed in with another token of the same type; and 4 oddballs/switch trials which contained the habituation token interspersed with a token of the untrained type; the first 2 trials were always 1 same 1 oddball with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
22
Phan2008
Phan, J., & Houston, D. M. (2008). Infant Dialect Discrimination. Research on spoken language processing Progress Report No. 29.
Phan & Houston (2008)noAlex Cristia1NA26
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_two
American English
typicalNANA20NA341.0082NANANA-0.051.752.3-0.08NANANANANA46.8468NANANANANANANANANANANANAaccented
pain-pa:n[southern]_
paIn-pa:n[southern]_
not_looked_up
1NA020000
comments_F: F's to the right are averages over 2 tokens and represent values at one third and two thirds of the vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: pa:n[southern] 989-921/1707-1752; F1/F2/F3.2: pain 719-607/1617-2069; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: single talker produced words in both dialects; F's not reported, but the change in F2 within each vowel was: F2 movement was (410+494)/2 for the northern midland pain, and (45+45)/2 for the southern pa:n; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
98917077191617689698.5364342.5NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:50;proportion.same.change:0.285714285714286;max.trial.duration:20000;nb.tokens.trial:1;visual.stim:checkerboard;size.in:55;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:3;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:14;CF.testDetails:10 "same" which contained repetitions of the habituation token mixed in with another token of the same type; and 4 oddballs/switch trials which contained the habituation token interspersed with a token of the untrained type; the first 2 trials were always 1 same 1 oddball with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
23
Phan2008
Phan, J., & Houston, D. M. (2008). Infant Dialect Discrimination. Research on spoken language processing Progress Report No. 29.
Phan & Houston (2008)noAlex Cristia2NA27
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_two
American English
typicalNANA30NA541.476NANANA0.281.692.980.55NANANANANA71.1828NANANANANANANANANANANANAaccented
pain-pa:n[southern]_
paIn-pa:n[southern]_
not_looked_up
1NA020000
comments_F: F's to the right are averages over 2 tokens and represent values at one third and two thirds of the vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: pa:n[southern] 989-921/1707-1752; F1/F2/F3.2: pain 719-607/1617-2069; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: single talker produced words in both dialects; F's not reported, but the change in F2 within each vowel was: F2 movement was (410+494)/2 for the northern midland pain, and (45+45)/2 for the southern pa:n; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
98917077191617689698.5364342.5NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:50;proportion.same.change:0.285714285714286;max.trial.duration:20000;nb.tokens.trial:1;visual.stim:checkerboard;size.in:55;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:3;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:14;CF.testDetails:10 "same" which contained repetitions of the habituation token mixed in with another token of the same type; and 4 oddballs/switch trials which contained the habituation token interspersed with a token of the untrained type; the first 2 trials were always 1 same 1 oddball with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
24
Phan2008
Phan, J., & Houston, D. M. (2008). Infant Dialect Discrimination. Research on spoken language processing Progress Report No. 29.
Phan & Houston (2008)noAlex Cristia2NA28
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_two
American English
typicalNANA30NA729.1674NANANA0.411.691.871.07NANANANANA59.9274NANANANANANANANANANANANAaccented
pain-pa:n[southern]_
paIn-pa:n[southern]_
not_looked_up
1NA020000
comments_F: F's to the right are averages over 2 tokens and represent values at one third and two thirds of the vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: pa:n[southern] 989-921/1707-1752; F1/F2/F3.2: pain 719-607/1617-2069; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: single talker produced words in both dialects; F's not reported, but the change in F2 within each vowel was: F2 movement was (410+494)/2 for the northern midland pain, and (45+45)/2 for the southern pa:n; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
98917077191617689698.5364342.5NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:50;proportion.same.change:0.285714285714286;max.trial.duration:20000;nb.tokens.trial:1;visual.stim:checkerboard;size.in:55;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:3;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:14;CF.testDetails:10 "same" which contained repetitions of the habituation token mixed in with another token of the same type; and 4 oddballs/switch trials which contained the habituation token interspersed with a token of the untrained type; the first 2 trials were always 1 same 1 oddball with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
25
Phan2008
Phan, J., & Houston, D. M. (2008). Infant Dialect Discrimination. Research on spoken language processing Progress Report No. 29.
Phan & Houston (2008)noAlex Cristia2NA29
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_two
American English
typicalNANA30NA912.2958NANANA0.842.213.821.48NANANANANA61.1442NANANANANANANANANANANANAaccented
pain-pa:n[southern]_
paIn-pa:n[southern]_
not_looked_up
1NA020000
comments_F: F's to the right are averages over 2 tokens and represent values at one third and two thirds of the vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: pa:n[southern] 989-921/1707-1752; F1/F2/F3.2: pain 719-607/1617-2069; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: single talker produced words in both dialects; F's not reported, but the change in F2 within each vowel was: F2 movement was (410+494)/2 for the northern midland pain, and (45+45)/2 for the southern pa:n; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
98917077191617689698.5364342.5NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:50;proportion.same.change:0.285714285714286;max.trial.duration:20000;nb.tokens.trial:1;visual.stim:checkerboard;size.in:55;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:3;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:14;CF.testDetails:10 "same" which contained repetitions of the habituation token mixed in with another token of the same type; and 4 oddballs/switch trials which contained the habituation token interspersed with a token of the untrained type; the first 2 trials were always 1 same 1 oddball with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
26
Phan2008
Phan, J., & Houston, D. M. (2008). Infant Dialect Discrimination. Research on spoken language processing Progress Report No. 29.
Phan & Houston (2008)noAlex Cristia3NA30
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_two
American English
typicalNANA30NA334.62NANANA0.432.323.390.95NANANANANA55.9728NANANANANANANANANANANANAaccented
pa:n[southern]-pa:n_
pa:n[southern]-pa:n_
pine (Southern) vs. pawn
1NA000000
comments_F: F's to the right are averages over 2 tokens and represent values at one third and two thirds of the vowel; first dur is pa:n[southern] second is pa:n; F1/F2/F3.1: pa:n[southern] 989-921/1707-1752; F1/F2/F3.2: pa:n 966-921/1438-1461; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: single talker produced words in both dialects; F's not reported, but the change in F2 within each vowel was: F2 movement was (410+494)/2 for the northern midland pain, and (45+45)/2 for the southern pa:n; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
98917079661438689784364356NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:50;proportion.same.change:0.285714285714286;max.trial.duration:20000;nb.tokens.trial:1;visual.stim:checkerboard;size.in:55;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:3;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:14;CF.testDetails:10 "same" which contained repetitions of the habituation token mixed in with another token of the same type; and 4 oddballs/switch trials which contained the habituation token interspersed with a token of the untrained type; the first 2 trials were always 1 same 1 oddball with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
27
Phan2008
Phan, J., & Houston, D. M. (2008). Infant Dialect Discrimination. Research on spoken language processing Progress Report No. 29.
Phan & Houston (2008)noAlex Cristia3NA31
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_two
American English
typicalNANA12NA345.267NANANA-0.52.181.99-0.89NANANANANA43.8048NANANANANANANANANANANANAnativepain-pa:n_paIn-pa:n_
pine (Northern) vs. pawn
1NA020000
comments_F: F's to the right are averages over 2 tokens and represent values at one third and two thirds of the vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: pain 719-607/1617-2069; F1/F2/F3.2: pa:n 966-921/1438-1461; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: single talker produced words in both dialects; F's not reported, but the change in F2 within each vowel was: F2 movement was (410+494)/2 for the northern midland pain, and (45+45)/2 for the southern pa:n; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
71916179661438689698.5342.5356NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:50;proportion.same.change:0.285714285714286;max.trial.duration:20000;nb.tokens.trial:1;visual.stim:checkerboard;size.in:55;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:3;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:14;CF.testDetails:10 "same" which contained repetitions of the habituation token mixed in with another token of the same type; and 4 oddballs/switch trials which contained the habituation token interspersed with a token of the untrained type; the first 2 trials were always 1 same 1 oddball with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
28
Phan2008
Phan, J., & Houston, D. M. (2008). Infant Dialect Discrimination. Research on spoken language processing Progress Report No. 29.
Phan & Houston (2008)noAlex Cristia3NA32
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_two
American English
typicalNANA20NA330.057NANANA-0.062.83.41-0.15NANANANANA60.2316NANANANANANANANANANANANAnativepʌn-pa:n_pVn-pa:n_AEnglish1NA100000
comments_F: F's to the right are averages over 2 tokens and represent values at one third and two thirds of the vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: pa:n 966-921/1438-1461; F1/F2/F3.2: p[inverted v]n 1011-989/1685-1797; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: single talker produced words in both dialects; F's not reported, but the change in F2 within each vowel was: F2 movement was (410+494)/2 for the northern midland pain, and (45+45)/2 for the southern pa:n; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
966143810111685689661356223NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:50;proportion.same.change:0.285714285714286;max.trial.duration:20000;nb.tokens.trial:1;visual.stim:checkerboard;size.in:55;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:3;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:14;CF.testDetails:10 "same" which contained repetitions of the habituation token mixed in with another token of the same type; and 4 oddballs/switch trials which contained the habituation token interspersed with a token of the untrained type; the first 2 trials were always 1 same 1 oddball with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
29
Sato2010
Sato, Y., Sogabe, Y., & Mazuka, R. (2010). Discrimination of phonemic vowel length by Japanese infants. Developmental psychology, 46(1), 106-119.
Sato, Sogabe, & Mazuka (2010)yesAlex Cristia1NA33
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoJapanesetypicalNANA15NA131NANANA0.8582.7713.0311.056NANANA0.4136643196NA27.378NA4.5NANANANANANANA40
fussiness, exp err
native
mana-ma:na
mana-ma:na
not_looked_up
0NA000001
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 215.046; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: bell; other: there were 18 tokens of ma:na, which were then artificially shortened to make the mana tokens by removing on average 106 ms of vowel; NOTICE that duration is for the 'ma' syllable, not just the vowel; pitch averages across the averages given for both syll; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1103.954; SOA: 1500; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 60; differ.in:
NANANANA343.006449.086133.12239.2NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:35;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:15000;nb.tokens.trial:10;visual.stim:red & black checkerboard;size.in:19;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:4;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:29;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:1 same 1 oddball, with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: 0.296
no
;CI of the difference reported; all same stats provided for pre vs posttest
noyes
natural_processed
30
Sato2010
Sato, Y., Sogabe, Y., & Mazuka, R. (2010). Discrimination of phonemic vowel length by Japanese infants. Developmental psychology, 46(1), 106-119.
Sato, Sogabe, & Mazuka (2010)yesAlex Cristia1NA34
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoJapanesetypicalNANA17NA131NANANA-0.3463.1023.380.53NANANA0.6575968788NA27.378NA4.5NANANANANANANA40
fussiness, exp err
native
ma:na-mana
ma:na-mana
not_looked_up
0NA000001
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 215.046; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: bell; other: there were 18 tokens of ma:na, which were then artificially shortened to make the mana tokens by removing on average 106 ms of vowel; NOTICE that duration is for the 'ma' syllable, not just the vowel; pitch averages across the averages given for both syll; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1103.954; SOA: 1500; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 60; differ.in:
NANANANA449.086343.006239.2133.12NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:35;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:15000;nb.tokens.trial:10;visual.stim:red & black checkerboard;size.in:19;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:4;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:29;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:1 same 1 oddball, with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: 0.107
no
;CI of the difference reported; all same stats provided for pre vs posttest
noyes
natural_processed
31
Sato2010
Sato, Y., Sogabe, Y., & Mazuka, R. (2010). Discrimination of phonemic vowel length by Japanese infants. Developmental psychology, 46(1), 106-119.
Sato, Sogabe, & Mazuka (2010)yesAlex Cristia2NA35
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoJapanesetypicalNANA17NA309NANANA2.1973.0024.2471.857NANANA0.127906149NA30.42NA5NANANANANANANA30
fussiness, exp err
native
mana-ma:na
mana-ma:na
not_looked_up
0NA000001
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 215.046; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: bell; other: there were 18 tokens of ma:na, which were then artificially shortened to make the mana tokens by removing on average 106 ms of vowel; NOTICE that duration is for the 'ma' syllable, not just the vowel; pitch averages across the averages given for both syll; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1103.954; SOA: 1500; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 60; differ.in:
NANANANA343.006449.086133.12239.2NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:35;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:15000;nb.tokens.trial:10;visual.stim:red & black checkerboard;size.in:19;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:4;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:29;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:1 same 1 oddball, with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: 0.598
no
;CI of the difference reported; all same stats provided for pre vs posttest
noyes
natural_processed
32
Sato2010
Sato, Y., Sogabe, Y., & Mazuka, R. (2010). Discrimination of phonemic vowel length by Japanese infants. Developmental psychology, 46(1), 106-119.
Sato, Sogabe, & Mazuka (2010)yesAlex Cristia2NA36
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoJapanesetypicalNANA16NA309NANANA1.7492.993.0191.794NANANA0.1571412338NA30.42NA5NANANANANANANA30
fussiness, exp err
native
ma:na-mana
ma:na-mana
not_looked_up
0NA000001
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 215.046; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: bell; other: there were 18 tokens of ma:na, which were then artificially shortened to make the mana tokens by removing on average 106 ms of vowel; NOTICE that duration is for the 'ma' syllable, not just the vowel; pitch averages across the averages given for both syll; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1103.954; SOA: 1500; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 60; differ.in:
NANANANA449.086343.006239.2133.12NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:35;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:15000;nb.tokens.trial:10;visual.stim:red & black checkerboard;size.in:19;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:4;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:29;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:1 same 1 oddball, with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: 0.583
no
;CI of the difference reported; all same stats provided for pre vs posttest
noyes
natural_processed
33
Sato2010
Sato, Y., Sogabe, Y., & Mazuka, R. (2010). Discrimination of phonemic vowel length by Japanese infants. Developmental psychology, 46(1), 106-119.
Sato, Sogabe, & Mazuka (2010)yesAlex Cristia3NA37
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoJapanesetypicalNANA17NA244NANANA0.2343.5882.7960.454NANANA0.8057339447NA30.42NA0.5NANANANANANANA30
fussiness, exp err
native
mana-ma:na
mana-ma:na
not_looked_up
0NA000001
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 215.046; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: bell; other: there were 18 tokens of ma:na, which were then artificially shortened to make the mana tokens by removing on average 106 ms of vowel; NOTICE that duration is for the 'ma' syllable, not just the vowel; pitch averages across the averages given for both syll; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1103.954; SOA: 1500; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 60; differ.in:
NANANANA343.006449.086133.12239.2NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:35;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:15000;nb.tokens.trial:10;visual.stim:red & black checkerboard;size.in:19;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:4;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:29;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:1 same 1 oddball, with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: 0.07
no
;CI of the difference reported; all same stats provided for pre vs posttest
noyes
natural_processed
34
Sato2010
Sato, Y., Sogabe, Y., & Mazuka, R. (2010). Discrimination of phonemic vowel length by Japanese infants. Developmental psychology, 46(1), 106-119.
Sato, Sogabe, & Mazuka (2010)yesAlex Cristia3NA38
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoJapanesetypicalNANA16NA244NANANA0.7731.8732.9411.03NANANA0.2854914849NA30.42NA0.5NANANANANANANA30
fussiness, exp err
native
ma:na-mana
ma:na-mana
not_looked_up
0NA000001
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 215.046; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: bell; other: there were 18 tokens of ma:na, which were then artificially shortened to make the mana tokens by removing on average 106 ms of vowel; NOTICE that duration is for the 'ma' syllable, not just the vowel; pitch averages across the averages given for both syll; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1103.954; SOA: 1500; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 60; differ.in:
NANANANA449.086343.006239.2133.12NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:35;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:15000;nb.tokens.trial:10;visual.stim:red & black checkerboard;size.in:19;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:4;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:29;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:1 same 1 oddball, with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: 0.314
no
;CI of the difference reported; all same stats provided for pre vs posttest
noyes
natural_processed
35
Sato2010
Sato, Y., Sogabe, Y., & Mazuka, R. (2010). Discrimination of phonemic vowel length by Japanese infants. Developmental psychology, 46(1), 106-119.
Sato, Sogabe, & Mazuka (2010)yesAlex Cristia4NA39
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoJapanesetypicalNANA17NA246NANANA0.8012.1722.3690.864NANANA-0.4133801523NA30.42NA7NANANANANANANA4.50
fussiness, exp err
native
mana-ma:na
mana-ma:na
not_looked_up
0NA000001
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 222.93175; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: bell; other: there were the same 18 tokens of ma:na plus 20 new mana tokens; NOTICE that duration is for the 'ma' syllable, not just the vowel and pitch averages across the values given for each syllable; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1124.524; SOA: 1500; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 60; differ.in:
NANANANA301.866449.086133.7239.2NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:35;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:15000;nb.tokens.trial:10;visual.stim:red & black checkerboard;size.in:19;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:4;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:29;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:1 same 1 oddball, with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: 0.353
no
;CI of the difference reported; all same stats provided for pre vs posttest
noyesnatural
36
Sato2010
Sato, Y., Sogabe, Y., & Mazuka, R. (2010). Discrimination of phonemic vowel length by Japanese infants. Developmental psychology, 46(1), 106-119.
Sato, Sogabe, & Mazuka (2010)yesAlex Cristia4NA40
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoJapanesetypicalNANA16NA246NANANA0.7071.73682.7611.091NANANA0.4095841911NA30.42NA7NANANANANANANA4.50
fussiness, exp err
native
ma:na-mana
ma:na-mana
not_looked_up
0NA000001
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 222.93175; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: bell; other: there were the same 18 tokens of ma:na plus 20 new mana tokens; NOTICE that duration is for the 'ma' syllable, not just the vowel and pitch averages across the values given for each syllable; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1124.524; SOA: 1500; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 60; differ.in:
NANANANA449.086301.866239.2133.7NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:35;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:15000;nb.tokens.trial:10;visual.stim:red & black checkerboard;size.in:19;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:4;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:29;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:1 same 1 oddball, with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: 0.307
no
;CI of the difference reported; all same stats provided for pre vs posttest
noyesnatural
37
Sato2010
Sato, Y., Sogabe, Y., & Mazuka, R. (2010). Discrimination of phonemic vowel length by Japanese infants. Developmental psychology, 46(1), 106-119.
Sato, Sogabe, & Mazuka (2010)yesAlex Cristia5NA41
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoJapanesetypicalNANA24NA140NANANA0.9592.972.5742.255NANANA0.7262613131NA27.378NA11NANANANANANANA9.50
fussiness, exp err
nativemana-mina_mana-mina_
not_looked_up
1NA020000
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 277.7315; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: bell; other: an additional 10 mina tokens were recorded and judging from the averages it looks like mana was also re-recorded; NOTICE that duration is for the 'ma' syllable, not just the vowel and pitch is averaged across the values given for each syllable; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1195.3035; SOA: 1500; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 60; differ.in:
63112672972320310.213299.18117.783108.83NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:35;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:15000;nb.tokens.trial:10;visual.stim:red & black checkerboard;size.in:19;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:4;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:29;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:1 same 1 oddball, with order counterbalanced across kids;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: 0.346
no
;CI of the difference reported; all same stats provided for pre vs posttest
noyes
natural_processed
38
Pons2012
Pons, F., Albareda-Castellot, B., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2012). The Interplay Between Input and Initial Biases: Asymmetries in Vowel Perception During the First Year of Life. Child Development 83(3), 965-976.
Pons et al. (2012)yesSho Tsuji1NA42
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_two
Peninsular Spanish
typicalNANA12NA124NANANA1.652.251666052.25166605NANANANA0.61NA31NA5NANANANANANANA3.51
crying, fussiness, exp error, eq error,criterion
nativebel-bilbel-bil
not_looked_up
01010000
comments_F: average (of 10 hab & test stimuli); range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 652/2423/3167; F1/F2/F3.2: 365/2615/3199; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 263; max.f0: NA; range.f0: 190.5; pitch.contour: NA; other: 10 tokens per vowel; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 70; differ.in:
652242336526150.850.86NANA0.28666666670.1666666667manuscript0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:40;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:static bw checkerboard;size.in:18.4390889145858;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:24;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:2, same-switch, counterbalances;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
yes
; the stimuli differed in frequency for spanish and catalan learning infants: I more frequent for c, e for spanish
noyesnatural
39
Pons2012
Pons, F., Albareda-Castellot, B., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2012). The Interplay Between Input and Initial Biases: Asymmetries in Vowel Perception During the First Year of Life. Child Development 83(3), 965-976.
Pons et al. (2012)yesSho Tsuji1NA43
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoCatalantypicalNANA12NA120NANANA2.31.7666918242.182384018NANANANA0.303NA34NA2.5NANANANANANANA1.51
crying, fussiness, exp error, eq error,criterion
nativebel-bilbel-bil
not_looked_up
01010000
comments_F: average (of 10 hab & test stimuli); range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 652/2423/3167; F1/F2/F3.2: 367/2645/3206; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 263; max.f0: NA; range.f0: 190.5; pitch.contour: NA; other: 10 tokens per vowel; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 70; differ.in:
652242336726450.850.86NANA0.050.14manuscript0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:40;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:static bw checkerboard;size.in:18.4390889145858;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:24;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:2, same-switch, counterbalances;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
yes
; the stimuli differed in frequency for spanish and catalan learning infants: I more frequent for c, e for spanish
noyesnatural
40
Pons2012
Pons, F., Albareda-Castellot, B., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2012). The Interplay Between Input and Initial Biases: Asymmetries in Vowel Perception During the First Year of Life. Child Development 83(3), 965-976.
Pons et al. (2012)yesSho Tsuji1NA44
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_two
Peninsular Spanish
typicalNANA12NA124NANANA-0.42.0091789372.286307066NANANANA0.622NA31NA5NANANANANANANA3.51
crying, fussiness, exp error, eq error,criterion
nativebil-belbil-bel
not_looked_up
00010000
comments_F: average (of 10 hab & test stimuli); range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 367/2645/3206; F1/F2/F3.2: 652/2423/3167; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 263; max.f0: NA; range.f0: 190.5; pitch.contour: NA; other: 10 tokens per vowel; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 70; differ.in:
367264565224230.860.85NANA0.16666666670.2866666667manuscript0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:40;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:static bw checkerboard;size.in:18.4390889145858;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:24;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:2, same-switch, counterbalances;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
yes
; the stimuli differed in frequency for spanish and catalan learning infants: I more frequent for c, e for spanish
noyesnatural
41
Pons2012
Pons, F., Albareda-Castellot, B., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2012). The Interplay Between Input and Initial Biases: Asymmetries in Vowel Perception During the First Year of Life. Child Development 83(3), 965-976.
Pons et al. (2012)yesSho Tsuji1NA45
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoCatalantypicalNANA12NA120NANANA-0.031.8706148722.043819953NANANANA0.521NA34NA2.5NANANANANANANA1.51
crying, fussiness, exp error, eq error,criterion
nativebil-belbil-bel
not_looked_up
00010000
comments_F: average (of 10 hab & test stimuli); range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 367/2645/3206; F1/F2/F3.2: 652/2423/3167; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 263; max.f0: NA; range.f0: 190.5; pitch.contour: NA; other: 10 tokens per vowel; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 70; differ.in:
367264565224230.860.85NANA0.140.05manuscript0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:40;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:static bw checkerboard;size.in:18.4390889145858;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:24;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:2, same-switch, counterbalances;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
yes
; the stimuli differed in frequency for spanish and catalan learning infants: I more frequent for c, e for spanish
noyesnatural
42
Pons2012
Pons, F., Albareda-Castellot, B., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2012). The Interplay Between Input and Initial Biases: Asymmetries in Vowel Perception During the First Year of Life. Child Development 83(3), 965-976.
Pons et al. (2012)yesSho Tsuji2NA46
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_two
Peninsular Spanish
typicalNANA12NA185NANANA0.911.5242047111.835973856NANANANA0.543NA36NA4NANANANANANANA2.50.5
crying, fussiness, exp error, eq error,criterion
nativebel-bilbel-bil
not_looked_up
01010000
comments_F: average (of 10 hab & test stimuli); range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 652/2423/3167; F1/F2/F3.2: 367/2645/3206; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 263; max.f0: NA; range.f0: 190.5; pitch.contour: NA; other: 10 tokens per vowel; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 70; differ.in:
652242336726450.850.86NANA0.28666666670.1666666667manuscript0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:40;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:static bw checkerboard;size.in:18.4390889145858;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:24;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:2, same-switch, counterbalances;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
yes
; the stimuli differed in frequency for spanish and catalan learning infants: I more frequent for c, e for spanish
noyesnatural
43
Pons2012
Pons, F., Albareda-Castellot, B., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2012). The Interplay Between Input and Initial Biases: Asymmetries in Vowel Perception During the First Year of Life. Child Development 83(3), 965-976.
Pons et al. (2012)yesSho Tsuji2NA47
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoCatalantypicalNANA12NA182NANANA1.541.7666918242.459512147NANANANA0.707NA33NA2.5NANANANANANANA20.5
crying, fussiness, exp error, eq error,criterion
nativebel-bilbel-bil
not_looked_up
01010000
comments_F: average (of 10 hab & test stimuli); range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 652/2423/3167; F1/F2/F3.2: 367/2645/3206; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 263; max.f0: NA; range.f0: 190.5; pitch.contour: NA; other: 10 tokens per vowel; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 70; differ.in:
652242336726450.850.86NANA0.050.14manuscript0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:40;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:static bw checkerboard;size.in:18.4390889145858;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:24;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:2, same-switch, counterbalances;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
yes
; the stimuli differed in frequency for spanish and catalan learning infants: I more frequent for c, e for spanish
noyesnatural
44
Pons2012
Pons, F., Albareda-Castellot, B., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2012). The Interplay Between Input and Initial Biases: Asymmetries in Vowel Perception During the First Year of Life. Child Development 83(3), 965-976.
Pons et al. (2012)yesSho Tsuji2NA48
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_two
Peninsular Spanish
typicalNANA12NA185NANANA0.21.4202816621.766691824NANANANA0.29NA36NA4NANANANANANANA2.50.5
crying, fussiness, exp error, eq error,criterion
nativebil-belbil-bel
not_looked_up
00010000
comments_F: average (of 10 hab & test stimuli); range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 367/2645/3206; F1/F2/F3.2: 652/2423/3167; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 263; max.f0: NA; range.f0: 190.5; pitch.contour: NA; other: 10 tokens per vowel; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 70; differ.in:
367264565224230.860.85NANA0.16666666670.2866666667manuscript0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:40;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:static bw checkerboard;size.in:18.4390889145858;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:24;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:2, same-switch, counterbalances;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
yes
; the stimuli differed in frequency for spanish and catalan learning infants: I more frequent for c, e for spanish
noyesnatural
45
Pons2012
Pons, F., Albareda-Castellot, B., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2012). The Interplay Between Input and Initial Biases: Asymmetries in Vowel Perception During the First Year of Life. Child Development 83(3), 965-976.
Pons et al. (2012)yesSho Tsuji2NA49
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoCatalantypicalNANA12NA182NANANA0.382.3555890982.009178937NANANANA0.654NA33NA2.5NANANANANANANA20.5
crying, fussiness, exp error, eq error,criterion
nativebil-belbil-bel
not_looked_up
00010000
comments_F: average (of 10 hab & test stimuli); range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 367/2645/3206; F1/F2/F3.2: 652/2423/3167; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 263; max.f0: NA; range.f0: 190.5; pitch.contour: NA; other: 10 tokens per vowel; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 70; differ.in:
367264565224230.860.85NANA0.140.05manuscript0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:40;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:static bw checkerboard;size.in:18.4390889145858;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:24;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:2, same-switch, counterbalances;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
yes
; the stimuli differed in frequency for spanish and catalan learning infants: I more frequent for c, e for spanish
noyesnatural
46
Pons2012
Pons, F., Albareda-Castellot, B., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2012). The Interplay Between Input and Initial Biases: Asymmetries in Vowel Perception During the First Year of Life. Child Development 83(3), 965-976.
Pons et al. (2012)yesSho Tsuji3NA50
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_two
Peninsular Spanish
typicalNANA12NA354NANANA0.542.3555890982.3902301140.62NANANA0.16NA38NA2.5NANANANANANANA20.5
crying, fussiness, exp error, eq error,criterion
nativebel-bilbel-bil
not_looked_up
01010000
comments_F: average (of 10 hab & test stimuli); range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 652/2423/3167; F1/F2/F3.2: 367/2645/3206; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 263; max.f0: NA; range.f0: 190.5; pitch.contour: NA; other: 10 tokens per vowel; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 70; differ.in:
652242336726450.850.86NANA0.28666666670.1666666667manuscript0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:40;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:static bw checkerboard;size.in:18.4390889145858;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:24;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:2, same-switch, counterbalances;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.583333333333333; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
yes
; the stimuli differed in frequency for spanish and catalan learning infants: I more frequent for c, e for spanish
noyesnatural
47
Pons2012
Pons, F., Albareda-Castellot, B., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2012). The Interplay Between Input and Initial Biases: Asymmetries in Vowel Perception During the First Year of Life. Child Development 83(3), 965-976.
Pons et al. (2012)yesSho Tsuji3NA51
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_two
Peninsular Spanish
typicalNANA12NA354NANANA4.441.1777945492.251666055.97NANANA0.3NA38NA2.5NANANANANANANA20.5
crying, fussiness, exp error, eq error,criterion
nativebil-belbil-bel
not_looked_up
00010000
comments_F: average (of 10 hab & test stimuli); range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 367/2645/3206; F1/F2/F3.2: 652/2423/3167; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 263; max.f0: NA; range.f0: 190.5; pitch.contour: NA; other: 10 tokens per vowel; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 70; differ.in:
367264565224230.860.85NANA0.050.14manuscript0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:40;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:static bw checkerboard;size.in:18.4390889145858;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:24;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:2, same-switch, counterbalances;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 1; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
yes
; the stimuli differed in frequency for spanish and catalan learning infants: I more frequent for c, e for spanish
noyesnatural
48
Pons2012
Pons, F., Albareda-Castellot, B., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2012). The Interplay Between Input and Initial Biases: Asymmetries in Vowel Perception During the First Year of Life. Child Development 83(3), 965-976.
Pons et al. (2012)yesSho Tsuji3NA52
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoCatalantypicalNANA12NA356NANANA2.941.9052558882.701999262.63NANANA-0.267NA28NA2.5NANANANANANANA1.51
crying, fussiness, exp error, eq error,criterion
nativebel-bilbel-bil
not_looked_up
01010000
comments_F: average (of 10 hab & test stimuli); range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 652/2423/3167; F1/F2/F3.2: 367/2645/3206; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 263; max.f0: NA; range.f0: 190.5; pitch.contour: NA; other: 10 tokens per vowel; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 70; differ.in:
652242336726450.850.86NANA0.16666666670.2866666667manuscript0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:40;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:static bw checkerboard;size.in:18.4390889145858;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:24;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:2, same-switch, counterbalances;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.666666666666667; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
yes
; the stimuli differed in frequency for spanish and catalan learning infants: I more frequent for c, e for spanish
noyesnatural
49
Pons2012
Pons, F., Albareda-Castellot, B., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2012). The Interplay Between Input and Initial Biases: Asymmetries in Vowel Perception During the First Year of Life. Child Development 83(3), 965-976.
Pons et al. (2012)yesSho Tsuji3NA53
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_twoCatalantypicalNANA12NA356NANANA0.312.5980762112.5980762110.35NANANA0.338NA28NA2.5NANANANANANANA1.51
crying, fussiness, exp error, eq error,criterion
nativebil-belbil-bel
not_looked_up
00010000
comments_F: average (of 10 hab & test stimuli); range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 367/2645/3206; F1/F2/F3.2: 652/2423/3167; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 263; max.f0: NA; range.f0: 190.5; pitch.contour: NA; other: 10 tokens per vowel; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1000; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 70; differ.in:
367264565224230.860.85NANA0.140.05manuscript0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:40;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:14000;nb.tokens.trial:5;visual.stim:static bw checkerboard;size.in:18.4390889145858;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:longest;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:24;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:2;CF.testDetails:2, same-switch, counterbalances;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.333333333333333; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
yes
; the stimuli differed in frequency for spanish and catalan learning infants: I more frequent for c, e for spanish
noyesnatural
50
Polka 1994
Polka, L., & Werker, J. F. (1994). Developmental changes in perception of nonnative vowel contrasts. Journal of experimental psychology: Human perception and performance, 20(2), 421-435.
Polka & Werker (1994) yesSho Tsuji2NA54
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_two
Canadian English
typicalNANA12NA135.68NANANANANANANANANANANANA34.42NA8.333333333NANANANANANANANANA
observer agreement, criterion, fussiness, eq error
nativedit-dat_dit-dAt_
no info given, they say "American /a/" so I'm guessing they actually mean A
1NA020000
comments_F: rangeover 6 tokens, for F2 only; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: NA; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 69; differ.in:
34323237561309NANANANA0.059267595770.09346106843
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:50;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:NA;nb.tokens.trial:6;visual.stim:black-white static checkerboard;size.in:13;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:last.hab&change;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:4: two switch, two same in that order;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
graph with means for CHT + VH part CF.recovery, but no error bars
noyesnatural
51
Polka 1994
Polka, L., & Werker, J. F. (1994). Developmental changes in perception of nonnative vowel contrasts. Journal of experimental psychology: Human perception and performance, 20(2), 421-435.
Polka & Werker (1994) yesSho Tsuji2NA57
eye-tracking
habituationCF
looking_time
within_two
Canadian English
typicalNANA12NA198.52NANANANANANANANANANANANA53.84NA3.666666667NANANANANANANANANA
observer agreement, criterion, fussiness, eq error
nativedit-dat_dit-dAt_
no info given, they say "American /a/" so I'm guessing they actually mean A
1NA020000
comments_F: rangeover 6 tokens, for F2 only; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: NA; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 69; differ.in:
34323237561309NANANANA0.059267595770.09346106843
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:50;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:NA;nb.tokens.trial:6;visual.stim:black-white static checkerboard;size.in:13;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:first;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:last.hab&change;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:4: two switch, two same in that order;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
graph with means for CHT + VH part CF.recovery, but no error bars
noyesnatural
52
Figueras2010
Figueras Montiu, M., & Bosch Galceran, L. (2010). Capacidades de discriminación fonética de un contraste vocálico nativo en el prematuro. Psicothema 22(4), 669-676. Retrieved from http://www.unioviedo.es/reunido/index.php/PST/article/view/8935
Figueras Montiu & Bosch (2010) NAAlex Cristia1NA60
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
premature
NANA14NA134NANANA-0.356.786.17NANANANANANA49NANANANANANANANANANANANAnativedodi-dudi_dodi-dudi_
not_looked_up
1NA010000
comments_F: averages over all tokens; first stim = o, second u (averaging over fam and test tokens); dur: o 856 u 916.67; o 843.17 u 873.67; F1/F2/F3.1: o 549/1211, u 377/995; F1/F2/F3.2: o 526/1131 u 363/1049; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 6 different female talkers; ACOUSTIC ANALYSES FROM SEB-GAL & BOSCH 2009; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
537.511713701022849.585896.635278.21173.915NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:12;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:2 same, 2 switch;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.571428571428571; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
CORRECTED age;also report means, SD and t between first and last familiarization trial
noyesnatural
53
Figueras2010
Figueras Montiu, M., & Bosch Galceran, L. (2010). Capacidades de discriminación fonética de un contraste vocálico nativo en el prematuro. Psicothema 22(4), 669-676. Retrieved from http://www.unioviedo.es/reunido/index.php/PST/article/view/8935
Figueras Montiu & Bosch (2010) NAAlex Cristia1NA61
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
typicalNANA14NA140NANANA3.56.445.69NANANANANANA31NANANANANANANANANANANANAnativedodi-dudi_dodi-dudi_
not_looked_up
1NA010000
comments_F: averages over all tokens; first stim = fam, second stim = test; F1/F2/F3.1: o 549/1211, u 377/995; F1/F2/F3.2: o 526/1131 u 363/1049; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 6 different female talkers; ACOUSTIC ANALYSES FROM SEB-GAL & BOSCH 2009; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
537.511713701022849.585896.635278.21173.915NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:12;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:2 same, 2 switch;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.928571428571429; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
;also report means, SD and t between first and last familiarization trial
noyesnatural
54
Figueras2010
Figueras Montiu, M., & Bosch Galceran, L. (2010). Capacidades de discriminación fonética de un contraste vocálico nativo en el prematuro. Psicothema 22(4), 669-676. Retrieved from http://www.unioviedo.es/reunido/index.php/PST/article/view/8935
Figueras Montiu & Bosch (2010) NAAlex Cristia2NA62
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
premature
NANA14NA253NANANA3.2287.3348.87NANANANANANA81NANANANANANANANANANANANAnativedodi-dudi_dodi-dudi_
not_looked_up
1NA010000
comments_F: averages over all tokens; first stim = fam, second stim = test; F1/F2/F3.1: o 549/1211, u 377/995; F1/F2/F3.2: o 526/1131 u 363/1049; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 6 different female talkers; ACOUSTIC ANALYSES FROM SEB-GAL & BOSCH 2009; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
537.511713701022849.585896.635278.21173.915NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:12;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:2 same, 2 switch;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.642857142857143; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
CORRECTED age;also report means, SD and t between first and last familiarization trial
noyesnatural
55
Figueras2010
Figueras Montiu, M., & Bosch Galceran, L. (2010). Capacidades de discriminación fonética de un contraste vocálico nativo en el prematuro. Psicothema 22(4), 669-676. Retrieved from http://www.unioviedo.es/reunido/index.php/PST/article/view/8935
Figueras Montiu & Bosch (2010) NAAlex Cristia2NA63
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
typicalNANA14NA264NANANA4.8284.3665.219NANANANANANA45NANANANANANANANANANANANAnativedodi-dudi_dodi-dudi_
not_looked_up
1NA010000
comments_F: averages over all tokens; first stim = fam, second stim = test; F1/F2/F3.1: o 549/1211, u 377/995; F1/F2/F3.2: o 526/1131 u 363/1049; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 6 different female talkers; ACOUSTIC ANALYSES FROM SEB-GAL & BOSCH 2009; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
537.511713701022849.585896.635278.21173.915NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:12;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:2 same, 2 switch;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.857142857142857; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
;also report means, SD and t between first and last familiarization trial
noyesnatural
56
Sebastian2009
Sebastián-Gallés, N., & Bosch, L. (2009). Developmental shift in the discrimination of vowel contrasts in bilingual infants: is the distributional account all there is to it? Developmental science, 12(6), 874–887.
Sebastián-Gallés & Bosch (2009)yesAlex Cristia1
a_monolingual_4m
64
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
typicalNANA12NA142NANANA3.216.905109226.30466494NA15.285NANANANA22NA2NANANANANANANA1.750
fussiness, parental
nativedodi-dudi_dodi-dudi_
not_looked_up
1NA010000
comments_F: averages over all tokens; first stim = fam, second stim = test; Formant frequency mean values in Hz of the first two formants were obtained from a 150–200 ms central section of the target vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: o 549/1211, u 377/995; F1/F2/F3.2: o 526/1131 u 363/1049; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 6 different female talkers; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
537.511713701022849.585896.635278.21173.915NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:12;visual.stim:simple, colorful animated images;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:35;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:2 same, 2 switch;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
author_provided
noyesnatural
57
Sebastian2009
Sebastián-Gallés, N., & Bosch, L. (2009). Developmental shift in the discrimination of vowel contrasts in bilingual infants: is the distributional account all there is to it? Developmental science, 12(6), 874–887.
Sebastián-Gallés & Bosch (2009)yesAlex Cristia1
a_monolingual_8m
65
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
typicalNANA12NA268NANANA5.3914.2723919926.027536814.523NANANANANA41NA2NANANANANANANA1.750
fussiness, parental
nativedodi-dudi_dodi-dudi_
not_looked_up
1NA010000
comments_F: averages over all tokens; first stim = fam, second stim = test; Formant frequency mean values in Hz of the first two formants were obtained from a 150–200 ms central section of the target vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: o 549/1211, u 377/995; F1/F2/F3.2: o 526/1131 u 363/1049; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 6 different female talkers; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
537.511713701022849.585896.635278.21173.915NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:12;visual.stim:simple, colorful animated images;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:35;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:2 same, 2 switch;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
author_provided
noyesnatural
58
Sebastian2009
Sebastián-Gallés, N., & Bosch, L. (2009). Developmental shift in the discrimination of vowel contrasts in bilingual infants: is the distributional account all there is to it? Developmental science, 12(6), 874–887.
Sebastián-Gallés & Bosch (2009)yesAlex Cristia1
a_bilingual_4m
66
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
bilingualNANA12NA141.17NANANA2.755459.57081435.311622477NANANANANANA17NA2NANANANANANANA1.750
fussiness, parental
nativedodi-dudi_dodi-dudi_
not_looked_up
1NA010000
comments_F: averages over all tokens; first stim = fam, second stim = test; Formant frequency mean values in Hz of the first two formants were obtained from a 150–200 ms central section of the target vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: o 549/1211, u 377/995; F1/F2/F3.2: o 526/1131 u 363/1049; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 6 different female talkers; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
537.511713701022849.585896.635278.21173.915NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:12;visual.stim:simple, colorful animated images;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:35;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:2 same, 2 switch;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
author_provided
noyesnatural
59
Sebastian2009
Sebastián-Gallés, N., & Bosch, L. (2009). Developmental shift in the discrimination of vowel contrasts in bilingual infants: is the distributional account all there is to it? Developmental science, 12(6), 874–887.
Sebastián-Gallés & Bosch (2009)yesAlex Cristia1
a_bilingual_8m
67
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
bilingualNANA12NA261NANANA-0.9346.1661008753.718135734NANANANANANA12.92NA2NANANANANANANA1.750
fussiness, parental
nativedodi-dudi_dodi-dudi_
not_looked_up
1NA010000
comments_F: averages over all tokens; first stim = fam, second stim = test; Formant frequency mean values in Hz of the first two formants were obtained from a 150–200 ms central section of the target vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: o 549/1211, u 377/995; F1/F2/F3.2: o 526/1131 u 363/1049; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 6 different female talkers; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
537.511713701022849.585896.635278.21173.915NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:12;visual.stim:simple, colorful animated images;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:35;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:2 same, 2 switch;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
author_provided
noyesnatural
60
Sebastian2009
Sebastián-Gallés, N., & Bosch, L. (2009). Developmental shift in the discrimination of vowel contrasts in bilingual infants: is the distributional account all there is to it? Developmental science, 12(6), 874–887.
Sebastián-Gallés & Bosch (2009)yesAlex Cristia1
b_bilingual_12m
68
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
bilingualNANA12NA379.59NANANA3.346.5817930695.7735026923.107NANANANANA23NA8NANANANANANANA50
fussiness, parental
nativedodi-dudi_dodi-dudi_
not_looked_up
1NA010000
comments_F: averages over all tokens; first stim = fam, second stim = test; Formant frequency mean values in Hz of the first two formants were obtained from a 150–200 ms central section of the target vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: o 549/1211, u 377/995; F1/F2/F3.2: o 526/1131 u 363/1049; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 6 different female talkers; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
537.511713701022849.585896.635278.21173.915NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:12;visual.stim:simple, colorful animated images;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:35;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:2 same, 2 switch;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
author_provided
noyesnatural
61
Sebastian2009
Sebastián-Gallés, N., & Bosch, L. (2009). Developmental shift in the discrimination of vowel contrasts in bilingual infants: is the distributional account all there is to it? Developmental science, 12(6), 874–887.
Sebastián-Gallés & Bosch (2009)yesAlex Cristia2
a_bilingual_8m_2speakers
69
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
bilingualNANA12NA243.36NANANA0.885.4386.785NANANANANANANANA3NANANANANANANA20
fussiness, parental
nativedodi-dudi_dodi-dudi_
not_looked_up
1NA010000
comments_F: averages over all tokens; first stim = fam, second stim = test; Formant frequency mean values in Hz of the first two formants were obtained from a 150–200 ms central section of the target vowel; dur: o 894 u 884; dur test o 903 u 901; F1/F2/F3.1: o 498/1108, u 341/953; F1/F2/F3.2: o 495/1071 u 351/918; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 2 different female talkers; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
496.51089.5346935.5898.5892.5335.585181.4NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:12;visual.stim:simple, colorful animated images;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:35;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:2 same, 2 switch;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
NB!!!! AGE WAS NOT PROVIDED OTHER THAN '8MO';author provided SDs (except for E2a & 2b, where they are given in the article)
noyesnatural
62
Sebastian2009
Sebastián-Gallés, N., & Bosch, L. (2009). Developmental shift in the discrimination of vowel contrasts in bilingual infants: is the distributional account all there is to it? Developmental science, 12(6), 874–887.
Sebastián-Gallés & Bosch (2009)yesAlex Cristia2
b_bilingual_8m_1speaker
70
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
bilingualNANA12NA243.36NANANA1.1314.8654.257NANANANANANANANA3NANANANANANANA10
fussiness, parental
nativedo-du_do-du_
not_looked_up
1NA010000
comments_F: note, this was a subselection, and they are shown in a figure so we could eye-ball them (ST: not sure where the current values come from?); F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 1 talker; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
496.83333331095.611111344.3333333941.3888889NANANANANANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:12;visual.stim:simple, colorful animated images;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:35;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:2 same, 2 switch;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
NB!!!! AGE WAS NOT PROVIDED OTHER THAN '8MO';author provided SDs (except for E2a & 2b, where they are given in the article)
noyesnatural
63
Sebastian2009
Sebastián-Gallés, N., & Bosch, L. (2009). Developmental shift in the discrimination of vowel contrasts in bilingual infants: is the distributional account all there is to it? Developmental science, 12(6), 874–887.
Sebastián-Gallés & Bosch (2009)yesAlex Cristia3
monolingual_4m
71
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
typicalNANA12NA121.68NANANA5.7536.2353829074.6649901754.03NANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANAnativededi-dudi_dedi-dudi_
not_looked_up
1NA210100
comments_F: e taken from bosch & seb-gal 03; averages over all tokens; first stim = fam, second stim = test; Formant frequency mean values in Hz of the first two formants were obtained from a 150–200 ms central section of the target vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: e 452/2729, u 377/995; F1/F2/F3.2: e 443/2685, u 363/1049; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 6 different female talkers for u, 5 different female talkers for e (this seems odd, perhaps there's an error and it wasn't the same stimuli as in bosh & seb-gal 2003?); voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
45227293701022NANANANANANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:12;visual.stim:simple, colorful animated images;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:35;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:2 same, 2 switch;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
NB!!!! AGE WAS NOT PROVIDED OTHER THAN '8MO';author provided SDs (except for E2a & 2b, where they are given in the article)
noyesnatural
64
Sebastian2009
Sebastián-Gallés, N., & Bosch, L. (2009). Developmental shift in the discrimination of vowel contrasts in bilingual infants: is the distributional account all there is to it? Developmental science, 12(6), 874–887.
Sebastián-Gallés & Bosch (2009)yesAlex Cristia3
monolingual_8m
72
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
typicalNANA12NA243.36NANANA5.3135.704220666.0737248322.965NANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANAnativededi-dudi_dedi-dudi_
not_looked_up
1NA210100
comments_F: e taken from bosch & seb-gal 03; averages over all tokens; first stim = fam, second stim = test; Formant frequency mean values in Hz of the first two formants were obtained from a 150–200 ms central section of the target vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: e 452/2729, u 377/995; F1/F2/F3.2: e 443/2685, u 363/1049; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 6 different female talkers for u, 5 different female talkers for e (this seems odd, perhaps there's an error and it wasn't the same stimuli as in bosh & seb-gal 2003?); voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
45227293701022NANANANANANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:12;visual.stim:simple, colorful animated images;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:35;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:2 same, 2 switch;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
NB!!!! AGE WAS NOT PROVIDED OTHER THAN '8MO';author provided SDs (except for E2a & 2b, where they are given in the article)
noyesnatural
65
Sebastian2009
Sebastián-Gallés, N., & Bosch, L. (2009). Developmental shift in the discrimination of vowel contrasts in bilingual infants: is the distributional account all there is to it? Developmental science, 12(6), 874–887.
Sebastián-Gallés & Bosch (2009)yesAlex Cristia3bilingual_4m73
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
bilingualNANA12NA121.68NANANA4.9325.1961524235.3809045092.768NANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANAnativededi-dudi_dedi-dudi_
not_looked_up
1NA210100
comments_F: e taken from bosch & seb-gal 03; averages over all tokens; first stim = fam, second stim = test; Formant frequency mean values in Hz of the first two formants were obtained from a 150–200 ms central section of the target vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: e 452/2729, u 377/995; F1/F2/F3.2: e 443/2685, u 363/1049; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 6 different female talkers for u, 5 different female talkers for e (this seems odd, perhaps there's an error and it wasn't the same stimuli as in bosh & seb-gal 2003?); voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
45227293701022NANANANANANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:12;visual.stim:simple, colorful animated images;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:35;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:2 same, 2 switch;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
NB!!!! AGE WAS NOT PROVIDED OTHER THAN '8MO';author provided SDs (except for E2a & 2b, where they are given in the article)
noyesnatural
66
Sebastian2009
Sebastián-Gallés, N., & Bosch, L. (2009). Developmental shift in the discrimination of vowel contrasts in bilingual infants: is the distributional account all there is to it? Developmental science, 12(6), 874–887.
Sebastián-Gallés & Bosch (2009)yesAlex Cristia3bilingual_8m74
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
bilingualNANA12NA243.36NANANA4.123.8336057875.7735026923.568NANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANAnativededi-dudi_dedi-dudi_
not_looked_up
1NA210100
comments_F: e taken from bosch & seb-gal 03; averages over all tokens; first stim = fam, second stim = test; Formant frequency mean values in Hz of the first two formants were obtained from a 150–200 ms central section of the target vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: e 452/2729, u 377/995; F1/F2/F3.2: e 443/2685, u 363/1049; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 6 different female talkers for u, 5 different female talkers for e (this seems odd, perhaps there's an error and it wasn't the same stimuli as in bosh & seb-gal 2003?); voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
45227293701022NANANANANANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:12;visual.stim:simple, colorful animated images;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:35;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:2 same, 2 switch;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
NB!!!! AGE WAS NOT PROVIDED OTHER THAN '8MO';author provided SDs (except for E2a & 2b, where they are given in the article)
noyesnatural
67
Bosch2003
Bosch, L., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2003). Simultaneous Bilingualism and the Perception of a Language-Specific Vowel Contrast in the First Year of Life. Language and Speech 46(2-3), 217-243.
Bosch & Sebastian-Galles (2003)yesSho Tsuji1NA75
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_twoCatalantypicalNANA12NA139NANANA2.7465.2295.4163.295NANANA0.855NA25NA3NANANANANANANA20
crying, fussiness, failure to reach familiarization criterion, parental interference
nativedεði -deði_dEDi -deDi_AEnglish1NA000010
comments_F: F1 & F2 taken from 150-200 ms central section of vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: 675/2524; F1/F2/F3.2: 442/2714; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: first syllable stressed. 18 tokens from 5 female talkers. ; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
67525244422714761.9792.8NANANANANA0
fam.length:120;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:6;visual.stim:image on screen;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:35;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:4,same-switch-same-switch, order counterbalanced;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.833333333333333; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
68
Bosch2003
Bosch, L., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2003). Simultaneous Bilingualism and the Perception of a Language-Specific Vowel Contrast in the First Year of Life. Language and Speech 46(2-3), 217-243.
Bosch & Sebastian-Galles (2003)yesSho Tsuji1NA77
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
bilingualNANA12NA138NANANA4.1635.5185.1352.93NANANA0.575NA23NA2NANANANANANANA20
crying, fussiness, failure to reach familiarization criterion, parental interference
nativedεði -deði_dEDi -deDi_AEnglish1NA000010
comments_F: F1 & F2 taken from 150-200 ms central section of vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: 675/2526; F1/F2/F3.2: 442/2716; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: first syllable stressed. 18 tokens from 5 female talkers. ; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
67525264422716761.9792.8NANANANANA0
fam.length:120;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:6;visual.stim:image on screen;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:35;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:4,same-switch-same-switch, order counterbalanced;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.75; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
69
Bosch2003
Bosch, L., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2003). Simultaneous Bilingualism and the Perception of a Language-Specific Vowel Contrast in the First Year of Life. Language and Speech 46(2-3), 217-243.
Bosch & Sebastian-Galles (2003)yesSho Tsuji2NA78
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_twoCatalantypicalNANA12NA249NANANA5.1266.5847.8612.571NANANA0.555NA27NA1NANANANANANANA1.3333333330
crying, fussiness, failure to reach familiarization criterion, parental interference, eq error
nativedεði -deði_dEDi -deDi_AEnglish1NA000010
comments_F: F1 & F2 taken from 150-200 ms central section of vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: 675/2524; F1/F2/F3.2: 442/2714; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: first syllable stressed. 18 tokens from 5 female talkers. ; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
67525244422714761.9792.8NANANANANA0
fam.length:120;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:6;visual.stim:image on screen;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:35;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:4,same-switch-same-switch, order counterbalanced;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.916666666666667; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
70
Bosch2003
Bosch, L., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2003). Simultaneous Bilingualism and the Perception of a Language-Specific Vowel Contrast in the First Year of Life. Language and Speech 46(2-3), 217-243.
Bosch & Sebastian-Galles (2003)yesSho Tsuji2NA80
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
bilingualNANA12NA243NANANA-0.015.4495.927NANANANA0.514NA32NA2NANANANANANANA1.3333333330
crying, fussiness, failure to reach familiarization criterion, parental interference, eq error
nativedεði -deði_dEDi -deDi_AEnglish1NA000010
comments_F: F1 & F2 taken from 150-200 ms central section of vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: 675/2526; F1/F2/F3.2: 442/2716; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: first syllable stressed. 18 tokens from 5 female talkers. ; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
67525264422716761.9792.8NANANANANA0
fam.length:120;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:6;visual.stim:image on screen;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:35;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:4,same-switch-same-switch, order counterbalanced;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.5; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
71
Bosch2003
Bosch, L., & Sebastian-Galles, N. (2003). Simultaneous Bilingualism and the Perception of a Language-Specific Vowel Contrast in the First Year of Life. Language and Speech 46(2-3), 217-243.
Bosch & Sebastian-Galles (2003)yesSho Tsuji3NA81
eye-tracking
familiarization
HPP
looking_time
within_two
Catalan, Peninsular Spanish
bilingualNANA12NA371NANANA4.7236.0425.0973.116NANANA0.567NA71NA3NANANANANANANA20fussinessnativedεði -deði_dEDi -deDi_AEnglish1NA000010
comments_F: F1 & F2 taken from 150-200 ms central section of vowel; F1/F2/F3.1: 675/2526; F1/F2/F3.2: 442/2716; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: first syllable stressed. 18 tokens from 5 female talkers. ; voice: female; IDS: yes; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 65; differ.in:
67525264422716761.9792.8NANANANANA0
fam.length:120;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:25000;nb.tokens.trial:6;visual.stim:image on screen;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:29.5;side.degrees:35;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:same-switch;CF.ntest:4;CF.testDetails:4,same-switch-same-switch, order counterbalanced;CHT.responsetimeout:NA;CHT.criterion:NA;CHT.criterionByChance:NA;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:NA;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.833333333333333; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
72
Marean1992
Marean, G., Werner, L., & Kuhl, P. (1992). Vowel categorization by very young infants. Developmental Psychology, 28(3), 396-405.
Marean, Werner, & Kuhl (1992)yesAlex Cristia12mo84behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_oneEnglishtypicalNANA10NA60.84NA8050NA41.42583735NANANANANANANANANA11NANANANANANANA45
criterion, fussiness, hearing
nativea-iA-i
not_looked_up
0NA020000
comments_F: [copied from Kuhl 1979] F1-F3. Steady-state.; F1/F2/F3.1: 775/1064/2614; F1/F2/F3.2: 263/2378/3099; min.f0: 132; average.f0: NA; max.f0: 92; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: With pitch variation ( monotonous and falling mixed both pre and post). Synthesized on terminal analog serial synthesizer. Steady-state, male talker characteristics. F1-F3+ constant (for a and i) upper formants (f4=F10). 500 ms duration.; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: synthetic; ISI: 200; SOA: 0; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 70; differ.in:
775106426323785005005005000.059267595770.09346106843
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:7000;nb.tokens.trial:NA;visual.stim:human.distraction;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:7000;CHT.criterion:9 out of 10;CHT.criterionByChance:0.03125;CHT.maximum.trials:40;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
trials to criterion from the conditioning phase, not the shaping phase; trials to criterion from the categorization phase also reported; d' is shown in graphs but calculated for the group, not individually; percent correct is for the first occurrence in t
noyessynthetic
73
Marean1992
Marean, G., Werner, L., & Kuhl, P. (1992). Vowel categorization by very young infants. Developmental Psychology, 28(3), 396-405.
Marean, Werner, & Kuhl (1992)yesAlex Cristia13mo85behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_oneEnglishtypicalNANA10NA91.26NA9050NA31.6227766NANANANANANANANANA14NANANANANANANA21
criterion, fussiness, hearing
nativea-iA-i
not_looked_up
0NA020000
comments_F: [copied from Kuhl 1979] F1-F3. Steady-state.; F1/F2/F3.1: 775/1064/2614; F1/F2/F3.2: 263/2378/3099; min.f0: 132; average.f0: NA; max.f0: 92; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: With pitch variation ( monotonous and falling mixed both pre and post). Synthesized on terminal analog serial synthesizer. Steady-state, male talker characteristics. F1-F3+ constant (for a and i) upper formants (f4=F10). 500 ms duration.; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: synthetic; ISI: 200; SOA: 0; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 70; differ.in:
775106426323785005005005000.059267595770.09346106843
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:7000;nb.tokens.trial:NA;visual.stim:human.distraction;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:7000;CHT.criterion:9 out of 10;CHT.criterionByChance:0.03125;CHT.maximum.trials:40;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
trials to criterion from the conditioning phase, not the shaping phase; trials to criterion from the categorization phase also reported; d' is shown in graphs but calculated for the group, not individually; percent correct is for the first occurrence in t
noyessynthetic
74
Marean1992
Marean, G., Werner, L., & Kuhl, P. (1992). Vowel categorization by very young infants. Developmental Psychology, 28(3), 396-405.
Marean, Werner, & Kuhl (1992)yesAlex Cristia1
6mo_measure
86behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_oneEnglishtypicalNANA10NA182.52NA10050NA17.89265914NANANANANANANANANA18NANANANANANANA24
criterion, fussiness, hearing
nativea-iA-i
not_looked_up
0NA020000
comments_F: [copied from Kuhl 1979] F1-F3. Steady-state.; F1/F2/F3.1: 775/1064/2614; F1/F2/F3.2: 263/2378/3099; min.f0: 132; average.f0: NA; max.f0: 92; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: With pitch variation ( monotonous and falling mixed both pre and post). Synthesized on terminal analog serial synthesizer. Steady-state, male talker characteristics. F1-F3+ constant (for a and i) upper formants (f4=F10). 500 ms duration.; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: synthetic; ISI: 200; SOA: 0; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 70; differ.in:
775106426323785005005005000.059267595770.09346106843
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.5;max.trial.duration:7000;nb.tokens.trial:NA;visual.stim:human.distraction;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:7000;CHT.criterion:9 out of 10;CHT.criterionByChance:0.03125;CHT.maximum.trials:40;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
SD of PC is 0; but as such difficult to calculate valid ES. Therefore, mean of al CHT efect sizes chosen as SD
noyessynthetic
75
Nittrouer2001
Nittrouer, S. (2001). Challenging the notion of innate phonetic boundaries. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110(3), 1598-1605.
Nittrouer (2001)yesAlex Cristia1vowel87behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
American English
typicalNANA23NANANANANANANANANANANANANANA243.36NANANANANANANANANANANANAnative
sa-su or ʃa-ʃu
sA-su or SA-Su
AEnglish0NA220100
comments_F: NA; F1/F2/F3.1: NA; F1/F2/F3.2: NA; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: NA; voice: NA; IDS: NA; naturalness: natural; ISI: NA; SOA: 2000; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
7561309380992NANANANA0.059267595770.08650814733
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:6000;nb.tokens.trial:3;visual.stim:human.distraction;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:6000;CHT.criterion:8 out of 10;CHT.criterionByChance:0.03125;CHT.maximum.trials:15;CHT.Max.nb.visits:4;
proportion.infants.passed: 0.65; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
noNAnononatural
76
Polka2011
Polka, Linda, & Bohn, O.-S. (2011). Natural Referent Vowel (NRV) framework: An emerging view of early phonetic development. Journal of Phonetics, 39(4), 467–478.
Polka & Bohn (2011)yesSho Tsuji2NA92behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_oneDanishtypicalNANA15NA103.76NA51.150NA11.8NANANANANANANA83.26NA7.5NANANAd-prime3.046746899NANA05.5
criterion, scheduling
nativedet-dɛtdet-dEtAEnglish00000010
comments_F: mean (range, length, pitch also available); F1/F2/F3.1: 355/1879/2576; F1/F2/F3.2: 412/1838/2550; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 115.666666666667; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 3 tokens per vowel; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
35518794121838NANA100.3333333107.6666667NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:3;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
77
Polka2011
Polka, Linda, & Bohn, O.-S. (2011). Natural Referent Vowel (NRV) framework: An emerging view of early phonetic development. Journal of Phonetics, 39(4), 467–478.
Polka & Bohn (2011)yesSho Tsuji2NA93behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_oneDanishtypicalNANA15NA103.76NA60.150NA8.6NANANANANANANA83.26NA7.5NANANAd-prime2.220510452NANA05.5
criterion, scheduling
nativedɛt-detdEt-detAEnglish01000010
comments_F: mean (range, length, pitch also available); F1/F2/F3.1: 412/1838/2550; F1/F2/F3.2: 355/1879/2576; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 115.666666666667; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 3 tokens per vowel; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
41218383551879NANA107.6666667100.3333333NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:3;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
78
Polka2011
Polka, Linda, & Bohn, O.-S. (2011). Natural Referent Vowel (NRV) framework: An emerging view of early phonetic development. Journal of Phonetics, 39(4), 467–478.
Polka & Bohn (2011)yesSho Tsuji2NA94behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_oneDanishtypicalNANA15NA166.6NA57.950NA7.8NANANANANANANA44.42NA7.5NANANAd-prime2.01395134NANA05.5
criterion, scheduling
nativedet-dɛtdet-dEtAEnglish00000010
comments_F: mean (range, length, pitch also available); F1/F2/F3.1: 355/1879/2576; F1/F2/F3.2: 412/1838/2550; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 115.666666666667; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 3 tokens per vowel; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
35518794121838NANA100.3333333107.6666667NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:3;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
79
Polka2011
Polka, Linda, & Bohn, O.-S. (2011). Natural Referent Vowel (NRV) framework: An emerging view of early phonetic development. Journal of Phonetics, 39(4), 467–478.
Polka & Bohn (2011)yesSho Tsuji2NA95behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_oneDanishtypicalNANA15NA166.6NA60.950NA12.1NANANANANANANA44.42NA7.5NANANAd-prime3.124206566NANA05.5
criterion, scheduling
nativedɛt-detdEt-detAEnglish01000010
comments_F: mean (range, length, pitch also available); F1/F2/F3.1: 412/1838/2550; F1/F2/F3.2: 355/1879/2576; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 115.666666666667; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 3 tokens per vowel; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
41218383551879NANA107.6666667100.3333333NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:3;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
80
Polka2011
Polka, Linda, & Bohn, O.-S. (2011). Natural Referent Vowel (NRV) framework: An emerging view of early phonetic development. Journal of Phonetics, 39(4), 467–478.
Polka & Bohn (2011)yesSho Tsuji3NA96behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_oneDanishtypicalNANA12NA97.26NA61.850NA9.8NANANANANANANA46.42NA5NANANAd-prime2.829016319NANA04
criterion, scheduling, eq error, exp error
nativedet-døtdet-d2t
Danish_2OR9?
00000100
comments_F: mean (range, length, pitch also available); F1/F2/F3.1: 355/1879/2576; F1/F2/F3.2: 412/1838/2550; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 120.333333333333; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 3 tokens per vowel; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
35518794121838NANA100.333333394NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:3;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
81
Polka2011
Polka, Linda, & Bohn, O.-S. (2011). Natural Referent Vowel (NRV) framework: An emerging view of early phonetic development. Journal of Phonetics, 39(4), 467–478.
Polka & Bohn (2011)yesSho Tsuji3NA97behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_oneDanishtypicalNANA12NA97.26NA54.450NA6.9NANANANANANANA46.42NA5NANANAd-prime1.991858429NANA04
criterion, scheduling, eq error, exp error
nativedøt-detd2t-det
Danish_2OR9?
01000100
comments_F: mean (range, length, pitch also available); F1/F2/F3.1: 349/1620/2284; F1/F2/F3.2: 412/1838/2550; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 120.333333333333; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 3 tokens per vowel; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
34916204121838NANA94100.3333333NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:3;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
82
Polka2011
Polka, Linda, & Bohn, O.-S. (2011). Natural Referent Vowel (NRV) framework: An emerging view of early phonetic development. Journal of Phonetics, 39(4), 467–478.
Polka & Bohn (2011)yesSho Tsuji3NA98behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_oneDanishtypicalNANA12NA123.47NA55.850NA12.1NANANANANANANA108.68NA5NANANAd-prime3.492969129NANA04
criterion, scheduling, eq error, exp error
nativedet-døtdet-d2t
Danish_2OR9?
00000100
comments_F: mean (range, length, pitch also available); F1/F2/F3.1: 412/1838/2550; F1/F2/F3.2: 349/1620/2284; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 120.333333333333; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 3 tokens per vowel; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
41218383491620NANA100.333333394NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:3;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
83
Polka2011
Polka, Linda, & Bohn, O.-S. (2011). Natural Referent Vowel (NRV) framework: An emerging view of early phonetic development. Journal of Phonetics, 39(4), 467–478.
Polka & Bohn (2011)yesSho Tsuji3NA99behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_oneDanishtypicalNANA12NA123.47NA63.350NA13.2NANANANANANANA108.68NA5NANANAd-prime3.781644263NANA04
criterion, scheduling, eq error, exp error
nativedøt-detd2t-det
Danish_2OR9?
01000100
comments_F: mean (range, length, pitch also available); F1/F2/F3.1: 349/1620/2284; F1/F2/F3.2: 412/1838/2550; min.f0: NA; average.f0: 120.333333333333; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 3 tokens per vowel; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: NA; differ.in:
34916204121838NANA94100.3333333NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:3;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no;noyesnatural
84
Bohn2001
Bohn, O. S., & Polka, L. (2001). Target spectral, dynamic spectral, and duration cues in infant perception of German vowels. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110(1), 504–515.
Bohn & Polka (2001)yesSho Tsuji1FULL100behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
German Germany
typicalNANA20NA249.444NA70.550NA6.9NANANANANANANA182.52NA33NANANANANANANA2.42857142926.57142857
criterion, fussiness, scheduling, eq failure
nativee-i_e-i_
not_looked_up
1NA010000
comments_F: mean F of mid-vowel, onset/offset& range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 299/2206/2507; F1/F2/F3.2: 255/2279/2658; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 4 tokens per vowel. ; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
29922062552279202.4148.914188.3NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:4;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
;overall there were 8 condition, with four of these tested per child. So in Nb included some babies are couted double, while nb excluded goes overall. Either full syllable or parts of it silenced/neutralized for durations. Here I skipped all parts where th
nononatural
85
Bohn2001
Bohn, O. S., & Polka, L. (2001). Target spectral, dynamic spectral, and duration cues in infant perception of German vowels. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110(1), 504–515.
Bohn & Polka (2001)yesSho Tsuji1FULL101behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
German Germany
typicalNANA10NA249.444NA71.450NA6.9NANANANANANANA182.52NA33NANANANANANANA2.42857142926.57142857
criterion, fussiness, scheduling, eq failure
nativeε-I_E-I_AEnglish1NA010000
comments_F: mean F of mid-vowel, onset/offset& range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 494/1697/2230; F1/F2/F3.2: 345/2088/2606; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 4 tokens per vowel; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
49416973452088132120.768.962.3NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:4;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
;overall there were 8 condition, with four of these tested per child. So in Nb included some babies are couted double, while nb excluded goes overall. Either full syllable or parts of it silenced/neutralized for durations. Here I skipped all parts where th
nononatural
86
Bohn2001
Bohn, O. S., & Polka, L. (2001). Target spectral, dynamic spectral, and duration cues in infant perception of German vowels. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110(1), 504–515.
Bohn & Polka (2001)yesSho Tsuji1FULL102behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
German Germany
typicalNANA20NA249.444NA72.850NA13.4NANANANANANANA182.52NA33NANANANANANANA2.42857142926.57142857
criterion, fussiness, scheduling, eq failure
nativeI-e_I-e_
not_looked_up
1NA010010
comments_F: mean F of mid-vowel, onset/offset& range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 345/2088/2606; F1/F2/F3.2: 299/2206/2507; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 4 tokens per vowel; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
34520882992206120.7202.462.3141NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:4;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
;overall there were 8 condition, with four of these tested per child. So in Nb included some babies are couted double, while nb excluded goes overall. Either full syllable or parts of it silenced/neutralized for durations. Here I skipped all parts where th
nononatural
87
Bohn2001
Bohn, O. S., & Polka, L. (2001). Target spectral, dynamic spectral, and duration cues in infant perception of German vowels. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110(1), 504–515.
Bohn & Polka (2001)yesSho Tsuji1FULL103behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
German Germany
typicalNANA20NA249.444NA75.250NA9.6NANANANANANANA182.52NA33NANANANANANANA2.42857142926.57142857
criterion, fussiness, scheduling, eq failure
nativeo-ʊ_o-U_AEnglish1NA000010
comments_F: mean F of mid-vowel, onset/offset& range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 352/682/2194; F1/F2/F3.2: 389/924/2060; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 4 tokens per vowel; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
352682389924237.1158.9140.373.5NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:4;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
;overall there were 8 condition, with four of these tested per child. So in Nb included some babies are couted double, while nb excluded goes overall. Either full syllable or parts of it silenced/neutralized for durations. Here I skipped all parts where th
nononatural
88
Bohn2001
Bohn, O. S., & Polka, L. (2001). Target spectral, dynamic spectral, and duration cues in infant perception of German vowels. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110(1), 504–515.
Bohn & Polka (2001)yesSho Tsuji1FND104behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
German Germany
typicalNANA10NA249.444NA55.150NA8.8NANANANANANANA182.52NA33NANANANANANANA2.42857142926.57142857
criterion, fussiness, scheduling, eq failure
nativee-i_e-i_
not_looked_up
1NA010000
comments_F: mean F of mid-vowel, onset/offset& range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 299/2206/2507; F1/F2/F3.2: 255/2279/2658; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 4 tokens per vowel. Neutralized duration (duration in text not specified, but said to be mean of the 8 tokens used - thus mean taken); voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
29922062552279175.65175.65114.65175.65NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:4;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
;overall there were 8 condition, with four of these tested per child. So in Nb included some babies are couted double, while nb excluded goes overall. Either full syllable or parts of it silenced/neutralized for durations. Here I skipped all parts where th
nono
natural_processed
89
Bohn2001
Bohn, O. S., & Polka, L. (2001). Target spectral, dynamic spectral, and duration cues in infant perception of German vowels. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110(1), 504–515.
Bohn & Polka (2001)yesSho Tsuji1FND105behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
German Germany
typicalNANA10NA249.444NA58.150NA4.8NANANANANANANA182.52NA33NANANANANANANA2.42857142926.57142857
criterion, fussiness, scheduling, eq failure
nativeI-e_I-e_
not_looked_up
1NA010010
comments_F: mean F of mid-vowel, onset/offset& range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 345/2088/2606; F1/F2/F3.2: 299/2206/2507; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 4 tokens per vowel. Neutralized duration (duration in text not specified, but said to be mean of the 8 tokens used - thus mean taken); voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
34520882992206161.55161.55101.65161.55NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:4;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
;overall there were 8 condition, with four of these tested per child. So in Nb included some babies are couted double, while nb excluded goes overall. Either full syllable or parts of it silenced/neutralized for durations. Here I skipped all parts where th
nono
natural_processed
90
Bohn2001
Bohn, O. S., & Polka, L. (2001). Target spectral, dynamic spectral, and duration cues in infant perception of German vowels. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110(1), 504–515.
Bohn & Polka (2001)yesSho Tsuji1FND106behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
German Germany
typicalNANA10NA249.444NA57.250NA6.3NANANANANANANA182.52NA33NANANANANANANA2.42857142926.57142857
criterion, fussiness, scheduling, eq failure
nativeo-ʊ_o-U_AEnglish1NA000010
comments_F: mean F of mid-vowel, onset/offset& range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 352/682/2194; F1/F2/F3.2: 389/924/2060; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 4 tokens per vowel. Neutralized duration (duration in text not specified, but said to be mean of the 8 tokens used - thus mean taken); voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
352682389924198198106.9198NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:4;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
;overall there were 8 condition, with four of these tested per child. So in Nb included some babies are couted double, while nb excluded goes overall. Either full syllable or parts of it silenced/neutralized for durations. Here I skipped all parts where th
nono
natural_processed
91
Bohn2001
Bohn, O. S., & Polka, L. (2001). Target spectral, dynamic spectral, and duration cues in infant perception of German vowels. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110(1), 504–515.
Bohn & Polka (2001)yesSho Tsuji1VC107behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
German Germany
typicalNANA10NA249.444NA59.550NA15.6NANANANANANANA182.52NA33NANANANANANANA2.42857142926.57142857
criterion, fussiness, scheduling, eq failure
nativee-i_e-i_
not_looked_up
1NA010000
comments_F: mean F of mid-vowel, onset/offset& range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 299/2206/2507; F1/F2/F3.2: 255/2279/2658; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 4 tokens per vowel. Onset & offset silenced (only vowel).; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
29922062552279NANA14188.3NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:4;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
;overall there were 8 condition, with four of these tested per child. So in Nb included some babies are couted double, while nb excluded goes overall. Either full syllable or parts of it silenced/neutralized for durations. Here I skipped all parts where th
nononatural
92
Bohn2001
Bohn, O. S., & Polka, L. (2001). Target spectral, dynamic spectral, and duration cues in infant perception of German vowels. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110(1), 504–515.
Bohn & Polka (2001)yesSho Tsuji1VC108behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
German Germany
typicalNANA10NA249.444NA70.150NA11.4NANANANANANANA182.52NA33NANANANANANANA2.42857142926.57142857
criterion, fussiness, scheduling, eq failure
nativeε-I_E-I_AEnglish1NA010000
comments_F: mean F of mid-vowel, onset/offset& range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 494/1697/2230; F1/F2/F3.2: 345/2088/2606; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 4 tokens per vowel. Onset & offset silenced (only vowel).; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
49416973452088NANA68.962.3NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:4;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
;overall there were 8 condition, with four of these tested per child. So in Nb included some babies are couted double, while nb excluded goes overall. Either full syllable or parts of it silenced/neutralized for durations. Here I skipped all parts where th
nononatural
93
Bohn2001
Bohn, O. S., & Polka, L. (2001). Target spectral, dynamic spectral, and duration cues in infant perception of German vowels. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110(1), 504–515.
Bohn & Polka (2001)yesSho Tsuji1VC109behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
German Germany
typicalNANA10NA249.444NA76.950NA19.1NANANANANANANA182.52NA33NANANANANANANA2.42857142926.57142857
criterion, fussiness, scheduling, eq failure
nativeI-e_I-e_
not_looked_up
1NA010010
comments_F: mean F of mid-vowel, onset/offset& range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 345/2088/2606; F1/F2/F3.2: 299/2206/2507; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 4 tokens per vowel. Onset & offset silenced (only vowel).; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
34520882992206NANA62.3141NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:4;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
;overall there were 8 condition, with four of these tested per child. So in Nb included some babies are couted double, while nb excluded goes overall. Either full syllable or parts of it silenced/neutralized for durations. Here I skipped all parts where th
nononatural
94
Bohn2001
Bohn, O. S., & Polka, L. (2001). Target spectral, dynamic spectral, and duration cues in infant perception of German vowels. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110(1), 504–515.
Bohn & Polka (2001)yesSho Tsuji1VC110behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
German Germany
typicalNANA10NA249.444NA76.450NA12.6NANANANANANANA182.52NA33NANANANANANANA2.42857142926.57142857
criterion, fussiness, scheduling, eq failure
nativeo-ʊ_o-U_AEnglish1NA000010
comments_F: mean F of mid-vowel, onset/offset& range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 352/682/2194; F1/F2/F3.2: 389/924/2060; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 4 tokens per vowel. Onset & offset silenced (only vowel).; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
352682389924NANA140.373.5NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:4;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
;overall there were 8 condition, with four of these tested per child. So in Nb included some babies are couted double, while nb excluded goes overall. Either full syllable or parts of it silenced/neutralized for durations. Here I skipped all parts where th
nononatural
95
Bohn2001
Bohn, O. S., & Polka, L. (2001). Target spectral, dynamic spectral, and duration cues in infant perception of German vowels. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110(1), 504–515.
Bohn & Polka (2001)yesSho Tsuji1CND111behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
German Germany
typicalNANA10NA249.444NA64.850NA10.7NANANANANANANA182.52NA33NANANANANANANA2.42857142926.57142857
criterion, fussiness, scheduling, eq failure
nativee-i_e-i_
not_looked_up
1NA010000
comments_F: mean F of mid-vowel, onset/offset& range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 299/2206/2507; F1/F2/F3.2: 255/2279/2658; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 4 tokens per vowel. Onset & offset silenced (only vowel).Neutralized duration (duration in text not specified, but said to be mean of the 8 tokens used - thus mean taken); voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
29922062552279NANA114.65175.65NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:4;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
;overall there were 8 condition, with four of these tested per child. So in Nb included some babies are couted double, while nb excluded goes overall. Either full syllable or parts of it silenced/neutralized for durations. Here I skipped all parts where th
nono
natural_processed
96
Bohn2001
Bohn, O. S., & Polka, L. (2001). Target spectral, dynamic spectral, and duration cues in infant perception of German vowels. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110(1), 504–515.
Bohn & Polka (2001)yesSho Tsuji1CND112behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
German Germany
typicalNANA10NA249.444NA52.350NA10.7NANANANANANANA182.52NA33NANANANANANANA2.42857142926.57142857
criterion, fussiness, scheduling, eq failure
nativeI-e_I-e_
not_looked_up
1NA010010
comments_F: mean F of mid-vowel, onset/offset& range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 345/2088/2606; F1/F2/F3.2: 299/2206/2507; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 4 tokens per vowel. Onset & offset silenced (only vowel).Neutralized duration (duration in text not specified, but said to be mean of the 8 tokens used - thus mean taken); voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
34520882992206NANA101.65161.55NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:4;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
;overall there were 8 condition, with four of these tested per child. So in Nb included some babies are couted double, while nb excluded goes overall. Either full syllable or parts of it silenced/neutralized for durations. Here I skipped all parts where th
nono
natural_processed
97
Bohn2001
Bohn, O. S., & Polka, L. (2001). Target spectral, dynamic spectral, and duration cues in infant perception of German vowels. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110(1), 504–515.
Bohn & Polka (2001)yesSho Tsuji1CND113behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
German Germany
typicalNANA10NA249.444NA58.750NA13.2NANANANANANANA182.52NA33NANANANANANANA2.42857142926.57142857
criterion, fussiness, scheduling, eq failure
nativeo-ʊ_o-U_AEnglish1NA000010
comments_F: mean F of mid-vowel, onset/offset& range available; F1/F2/F3.1: 352/682/2194; F1/F2/F3.2: 389/924/2060; min.f0: NA; average.f0: NA; max.f0: NA; range.f0: NA; pitch.contour: NA; other: 4 tokens per vowel. Onset & offset silenced (only vowel).Neutralized duration (duration in text not specified, but said to be mean of the 8 tokens used - thus mean taken); voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: natural_processed; ISI: 1500; SOA: NA; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
352682389924NANA106.9198NANANA0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:0.333333333333333;max.trial.duration:4800;nb.tokens.trial:4;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:4800;CHT.criterion:7 out of 8;CHT.criterionByChance:0.0625;CHT.maximum.trials:25;CHT.Max.nb.visits:2;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
;overall there were 8 condition, with four of these tested per child. So in Nb included some babies are couted double, while nb excluded goes overall. Either full syllable or parts of it silenced/neutralized for durations. Here I skipped all parts where th
nono
natural_processed
98
Kuhl1979
Kuhl, P K. (1979). Speech perception in early infancy: perceptual constancy for spectrally dissimilar vowel categories. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 66(6), 1668–1679.
Kuhl (1979)yesSho Tsuji1
initialtraining
117behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
American English
typicalNANA4NA183NANANANANANANANANANANANA30.42NA1NANANANANANANA10fussinessnativea-i_A-i_
not_looked_up
1NA020000
comments_F: F1/F2/F3 for male; F1/F2/F3.1: 730/1090/2440; F1/F2/F3.2: 270/2290/3010; min.f0: 92; average.f0: NA; max.f0: 132; range.f0: 40; pitch.contour: falling; other: NA; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: synthetic; ISI: 1500; SOA: 2000; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
73010902702290NANA5005000.059267595770.09346106843
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:NA;max.trial.duration:6000;nb.tokens.trial:6;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:6000;CHT.criterion:3 consecutive correct and 9 out of 10;CHT.criterionByChance:0.03125;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:6;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
exp1 only reports trials to criterion & gradually adds variation s-somewhat difficult to interpret what infants are picking up on; SD calculated from the raw data, available on the paper
yesnosynthetic
99
Kuhl1979
Kuhl, P K. (1979). Speech perception in early infancy: perceptual constancy for spectrally dissimilar vowel categories. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 66(6), 1668–1679.
Kuhl (1979)yesSho Tsuji1
pitchvariation
117behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
American English
typicalNANA4NA183NANANANANANANANANANANANA30.42NA1NANANANANANANA10fussinessnativea-i_A-i_
not_looked_up
1NA020000
comments_F: F1/F2/F3 for male; F1/F2/F3.1: 730/1090/2440; F1/F2/F3.2: 270/2290/3010; min.f0: 92; average.f0: NA; max.f0: 132; range.f0: 40; pitch.contour: falling and rising; other: NA; voice: male; IDS: no; naturalness: synthetic; ISI: 1500; SOA: 2000; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
73010902702290NANA5005000.059267595770.09346106843
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:NA;max.trial.duration:6000;nb.tokens.trial:6;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:6000;CHT.criterion:3 consecutive correct and 9 out of 10;CHT.criterionByChance:0.03125;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:6;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
exp1 only reports trials to criterion & gradually adds variation s-somewhat difficult to interpret what infants are picking up on; SD calculated from the raw data, available on the paper
yesnosynthetic
100
Kuhl1979
Kuhl, P K. (1979). Speech perception in early infancy: perceptual constancy for spectrally dissimilar vowel categories. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 66(6), 1668–1679.
Kuhl (1979)yesSho Tsuji1
talkervariation
117behaviorconditioningCHT
pc_head_turns
within_one
American English
typicalNANA4NA183NANANANANANANANANANANANA30.42NA1NANANANANANANA10fussinessnativea-i_A-i_
not_looked_up
1NA020000
comments_F: F1/F2/F3 for male,female; F1/F2/F3.1: 730/1090/2440;850/1220/2810; F1/F2/F3.2: 270/2290/3010;310/2790/3310; min.f0: 92; average.f0: NA; max.f0: 223; range.f0: 131; pitch.contour: falling; other: NA; voice: mixed; IDS: no; naturalness: synthetic; ISI: 1500; SOA: 2000; ambient.noise: NA; snr: 68; differ.in:
73010902702290NANA5005000.059267595770.09346106843
R.Daland corpus, overall vowel counts
0
fam.length:NA;habituation.criterion:NA;proportion.same.change:NA;max.trial.duration:6000;nb.tokens.trial:6;visual.stim:NA;size.in:NA;dist.from.child.in:NA;side.degrees:NA;CF.longest.first:NA;CF.window.size:NA;CF.min.hab:NA;CF.max.hab:NA;CF.contrast:NA;CF.ntest:NA;CF.testDetails:NA;CHT.responsetimeout:6000;CHT.criterion:3 consecutive correct and 9 out of 10;CHT.criterionByChance:0.03125;CHT.maximum.trials:NA;CHT.Max.nb.visits:6;
proportion.infants.passed: NA; partial.eta.squared: NA; d: NA
no
exp1 only reports trials to criterion & gradually adds variation s-somewhat difficult to interpret what infants are picking up on; SD calculated from the raw data, available on the paper
yesnosynthetic
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