Data underpinning article "Stream segregation of concurrent speech and the verbal transformation effect: Influence of fundamental frequency and lateralization cues"


Creators: Stachurski, Marcin, Summers, Robert and Roberts, Brian
Keywords: Verbal transformation effect, Auditory grouping, Concurrent speech segregation, Fundamental frequency, Interaural time difference, Within-ear interaction
Divisions: College of Health and Life Sciences > Clinical and Systems Neuroscience
Funders: EPSRC
Projects: The perceptual organization of speech: Contributions of general and speech-specific factors
Grant number: EP/F016484/1
Data Publisher: Aston University
Date Made Available: 2 August 2017
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Data Collection and Processing Methods: The accompanying files comprise data derived from listeners’ responses to concurrent and single sequences of repeated stimulus words for Experiments 1 and 2 of the article of the same title (Stachurski, Summers, and Roberts, 2017, Hearing Research). Each spreadsheet comprises a demographics worksheet and separate worksheets of individual listeners' data and summary data for the following measures: number of verbal transformations, number of verbal forms, time to first verbal transformation, and dwell time of the initial form. For Experiment 1 only, an additional "Indices" worksheet provides individual listeners' data and summary data for three customised measures of the relationship between responses to two concurrent sequences - the dependency index, temporal overlap index, and intervening responses index
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