ENRICH-MUS: Do musicians and non-musicians differ in speech-on-speech processing?



The data presented here was collected as part of the ENRICH project for the study described in: Kaplan, E.C., Wagner, A.E., Toffanin, P. and Başkent, D. (2021). Do Musicians and Non-musicians Differ in Speech-on-Speech Processing? Front. Psychol. 12:623787. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2021.623787 Files contained in this data set: demographics.csv: CSV-file that contains participant demographics and musical background information. datSRT.csv: CSV-file that contains the correctly recalled word scores from the sentence recall task per trial and participant. datAcc.csv: CSV-file that contains the accuracy scores for the eye-tracking experiment - visual world paradigm. datGaze.csv: CSV-file that contains the gaze-fixation data for each trial and participant. datPupil.csv: CSV-file that contains pupil data for each trial and participant. README.txt
Date made available10-Feb-2021
PublisherUniversity of Groningen

Keywords on Datasets

  • Eye-tracking
  • Musical Training
  • Speech-on-Speech
  • Pupil
  • Auditory perception

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