Data from: Decoding of baby calls: can adult humans identify the eliciting situation from emotional vocalizations of preverbal infants?

Lindová J, Špinka M, Martinec Nováková L

Date Published: April 27, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.qc431

 

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Title Assignment of recordings to eliciting situations
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Description Cases represent individual recordings. Columns C,E,G,I,K,M show numbers of raters who assigned each recording to pain (situation 1), play (2), isolation (3), reunion (4), demand for food (5) and after food (6), respectively. Columns D,F.H,J,L,N show the same as proportion out of the total of raters. Column 0 shows number of raters who assigned the eliciting situation for each recording. Columns P and S show average rating of Intensiveness and Pleasantness (not the same sample of raters, but similar sample size).
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Title Recognition of infant vocalizations by raters
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Description Cases represent individual raters. Column B-D demographic questions (sex: 1-female, 2-male; parenting: 2-childless). E-Q ratings of intensity of individual pain recordings, R - average intensity rating of pain recordings.S-AI and AJ same for play recordings etc.DD-DP ratings of pleasantness of individual pain recordings, DQ - average pleasantness rating of pain recordings. DR-EH and EI same for play recordings etc. HC-HO assignments of pain recordings to eliciting situations: pain (1), play (2), isolation (3), reunion (4), demand for food (5), after food (6). HP - proportion of correctly recognized recordings (assigned to pain). HQ-IG and IH - same for play recordings etc. LB - average of recognition efficiency. LC, LD - recognition efficiency for positive and negative situations, respectively.
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Lindová J, Špinka M, Martinec Nováková L (2015) Decoding of baby calls: can adult humans identify the eliciting situation from emotional vocalizations of preverbal infants? PLOS ONE 10(4): e0124317. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0124317

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