Behavioral data collected and analyzed from Reetzke et al. Tracing the trajectory of sensory plasticity across different stages of speech learning in adulthood

Published: 13 Mar 2018 | Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/j2z2km4p9y.2

Description of this data

These two folders contain the behavioral data collected and analyzed in Reetzke et al. Tracing the trajectory of sensory plasticity across different stages of speech learning in adulthood.

1_Tone Categorization = Sound-to-Category Training Task; Generalization Task; and Dual-Task
2_Perceptual Identification = Perceptual Identification Task

Both folders contain:

  1. Chinese participant data
  2. English participant data from the four learning phases: novice, experienced, overtrained, and retention
  3. Stimuli used in respective experiments
  4. Readme.txt file with further description of the data organization from the respective experiments.

Experiment data files

  • 1_Tone Categorization
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    • Chinese
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    • English
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    • Stimuli
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  • 2_Perceptual Identification
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Steps to reproduce

Please see the STAR methods section of our report for detailed methodology.

This data is associated with the following publication:

Tracing the Trajectory of Sensory Plasticity across Different Stages of Speech Learning in Adulthood

Published in: Current Biology

Latest version

  • Version 2

    2018-03-13

    Published: 2018-03-13

    DOI: 10.17632/j2z2km4p9y.2

    Cite this dataset

    Reetzke, Rachel; Xie, Zilong; Llanos, Fernando; Chandrasekaran, Bharath (2018), “Behavioral data collected and analyzed from Reetzke et al. Tracing the trajectory of sensory plasticity across different stages of speech learning in adulthood”, Mendeley Data, v2 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/j2z2km4p9y.2

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