Arizona Child Acoustic Database
ABOUT THE COLLECTION
The Arizona Child Acoustic Database is a longitudinal collection of audio samples from children between the ages of 2-7 years. The long-range goal of this project is to provide new insight into the physical mechanisms of vocal sound production during a critical period of growth and development. These data are being used to inform our efforts of building a model of speech production for child talkers.
Details of the database are published:
Bunton, K., & Story, B. H. (2016). Arizona Child Acoustic
Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 68(3), 107-111.
This work was funded by NSF BSC-1145011 awarded to Kate Bunton, Ph.D. and Brad Story, Ph.D, Principal Investigators.
HOW CAN I ACCESS THIS COLLECTION?
To obtain permission to view and download audiofiles from this database, please email Kate Bunton ( firstname.lastname@example.org ). You will need to indicate your affiliation and intended use. This database is intended for purposes of research, not commercial use.
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THIS COLLECTION?
A subject data table listing ages and sessions as well as the complete task protocol are publicly available below.
For more information, please visit the Speech Acoustics Laboratory (sal.arizona.edu) website.
Kate Bunton (email@example.com)
Brad Story (firstname.lastname@example.org)