Warlaumont Corpus


Anne Warlaumont
Cognitive and Information Sciences
University of California, Merced

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Gina Pretzer
Cognitive and Information Sciences
University of California, Merced

Eric Walle
Cognitive and Information Sciences
University of California, Merced

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Participants: 15
Recordings: 40
Type of Study: naturalistic
Location: USA
Media type: audio
DOI: doi:10.21415/T54S3C

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Media folder

Citation information

Warlaumont, A. S., & Pretzer, G. (2016). Warlaumont HomeBank Corpus. doi:10.21415/T54S3C

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General Overview

These data are from an ongoing longitudinal study of infant vocal learning and its relation to adult vocalizations. Daylong (at least 10 hour) LENA recordings are being collected at 3-, 6-, 9-, and 18-months. Data are being collected in the Merced, CA area. English and Spanish are the main languages spoken in the recordings.

Acknowledgments

We would like to thank Sara Mendoza, Gabriela Macedo, Ale Fontana, and Tim Shea for their assistance with the data collection. The project is funded by NSF BCS-1529127 to Warlaumont (PI), Gopinathan (Co-PI), and Kello (Co-PI).

Usage Restrictions

Data to be kept private include: medical issues, family history, socioeconomic status income information (education information can be shared publicly), and Ages & Stages questionnaire data