Datasets by Domain
Abstract rule learning
Can infants learn abstract repition rules from different types of stimuli?
20 papers | 95 experiments | 1111 subjects
This project quantifies the extent to which infants can perceive audio–visual congruence for speech information and assesses whether this ability changes with native language exposure.
24 papers | 92 experiments | 1846 subjects
In a triad-task, bias to generalize to taxonomic as opposed to thematic alternative.
9 papers | 80 experiments | 328 subjects
Cross-situational word learning
Infants and children s abilities to learn words across multiple ambiguous situations.
16 papers | 50 experiments | 2271 subjects
Familiar word recognition
Do infants distingusih familiar words from novel/rare words in listening tasks?
16 papers | 34 experiments | 658 subjects
Function word segmentation
Recognition of familiarized function words from natural speech using behavioral methods.
5 papers | 17 experiments | 290 subjects
Gaze following (live)
Gaze following using standard multi-alternative forced-choice paradigms.
12 papers | 33 experiments | 491 subjects
Gaze following (video)
Gaze following using video-based first look paradigms
15 papers | 52 experiments | 847 subjects
Infant directed speech preference
Looking times as a function of whether infant-directed vs. adult-directed speech is presented as stimulation.
32 papers | 117 experiments | 1694 subjects
Label advantage in concept learning
Infants’ categorization judgments in the presence and absence of labels.
18 papers | 102 experiments | 1664 subjects
Language discrimination and preference
Discrimination of, or preference between, two language varieties, with results from various methods
36 papers | 153 experiments | 2263 subjects
Can infants distinguish correctly and mispronounced words, like dog and tog?
32 papers | 251 experiments | 2047 subjects
Bias to assume that a novel word refers to a novel object in forced-choice paradigms.
48 papers | 146 experiments | 2505 subjects
Natural speech preference
Do infants prefer natural speech over other types of sound?
19 papers | 55 experiments | 770 subjects
Does neonatal imitation exist? Insights from a meta-analysis of 336 effect sizes
26 papers | 336 experiments | 949 subjects
Online word recognition
Online word recognition of familiar words using two-alternative forced choice preferential looking.
6 papers | 15 experiments | 366 subjects
Infants’ ability to learn phonotactic generalizations from a short exposure.
15 papers | 47 experiments | 890 subjects
Pointing and vocabulary (concurrent)
Concurrent correlations between pointing and vocabulary.
12 papers | 12 experiments | 319 subjects
Pointing and vocabulary (longitudinal)
Longitudinal correlations between pointing and later vocabulary.
18 papers | 18 experiments | 558 subjects
Do infants prefer a prosocial agent over an antisocial agent?
26 papers | 61 experiments | 1244 subjects
Simple arithmetic competences
Do infants have simple arithmetic competences?
6 papers | 14 experiments | 369 subjects
Bias to assume a non-arbitrary relationship between form and meaning (“bouba-kiki effect”) in forced-choice paradigms.
11 papers | 44 experiments | 425 subjects
Statistical sound category learning
Infants’ ability to learn sound categories from their acoustic distribution.
11 papers | 20 experiments | 634 subjects
Statistical word segmentation
Can infants segment words from artificial mini-languages based on syllable-level statistics?
31 papers | 103 experiments | 1546 subjects
Infant word learning in the switch task
47 papers | 143 experiments | 2764 subjects
Is there a relationship between symbolic play and language development?
31 papers | 196 experiments | 7011 subjects
Whether infants can correctly identify the references of the novel verbs embedded in a syntactically informative context.
18 papers | 60 experiments | 832 subjects
Learning from video versus face to face presentation of similar content.
69 papers | 122 experiments | 3004 subjects
Vowel discrimination (native)
Discrimination of native-language vowels, including results from a variety of methods.
33 papers | 145 experiments | 2491 subjects
Vowel discrimination (non-native)
Discrimination of non-native vowels, including results from a variety of methods.
15 papers | 49 experiments | 573 subjects
Word segmentation (behavioral)
Recognition of familiarized content or non-words from running, natural speech using behavioral methods.
69 papers | 299 experiments | 5699 subjects
Word segmentation (neuro)
Infants’ recognition of familiarized content from running natural speech using brain measures
1 papers | 6 experiments | 69 subjects