Data for: What makes a shape ‘baba’? The shape features prioritized in sound-shape correspondence change with development

Published: 23 November 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/c8hwkbycfb.1
Vivian Ciaramitaro, Hiu Mei Chow


Data was collected at the Museum of Science Boston in children and adults, ages 6-35. All participants had to judge which of two sounds, presented sequentially, matched a shape (Expt 1: two interval forced choice) or which of two shapes, presented simultaneously matched a sound (Expt 2: two alternative forced choice). For each experiment a key is provided in the spreadsheet indicating the conditions for the different sounds and shapes, stimulus presentation order and responses selected.



Perception, Child Development, Sensory Integration