BiRD - Birkbeck Research Data

    Data for Are two cues always better than one: The role of multiple intra-sensory cues compared to multi-cross-sensory cues in children’s incidental category learning

    Cite as: Broadbent, Hannah and Osborne, Tamsin (2020): Data for Are two cues always better than one: The role of multiple intra-sensory cues compared to multi-cross-sensory cues in children’s incidental category learning. Birkbeck College, University of London. doi: https://doi.org/10.18743/DATA.00049

    Description

    This is the data whose analysis is reported in the associated article that appeared in Cognition. It is essentially reaction time and accuracy data as well as age and gender information on the participants who took part in the study. See journal article for more detail.

    Collection Method

    This file contains reaction time and accuracy as well as anonymized demographic data. Details of data collection can be found in the associated journal article that appeared in Cognition in 2020

    Data Objects

    Offline / Analogue Data Records

    There are no offline / analogue datasets associated with this record

    External Data Records

    There are no external datasets associated with this record

    Digital Data Downloads

    To download and items from this dataset, you must agree to abide by the licence attached to the individual items. If you make use of any item you download, you must also cite it in any publication or outputs of your own.

    If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact us at researchdata@bbk.ac.uk.

    Data

    Metadata

    Dataset Title:

    Data for Are two cues always better than one: The role of multiple intra-sensory cues compared to multi-cross-sensory cues in children’s incidental category learning

    Creators:

    Broadbent, Hannah and Osborne, Tamsin

    School/Department:

    Birkbeck Schools and Research Centres > School of Science > Psychological Sciences

    Keywords:

    Children, multisensory, learning, reaction time, accuracy

    Data collection method:

    This file contains reaction time and accuracy as well as anonymized demographic data. Details of data collection can be found in the associated journal article that appeared in Cognition in 2020

    Statement on legal, ethical, and access issues:

    Not applicable

    Export / Share Citation

    Cite as: Broadbent, Hannah and Osborne, Tamsin (2020): Data for Are two cues always better than one: The role of multiple intra-sensory cues compared to multi-cross-sensory cues in children’s incidental category learning. Birkbeck College, University of London. doi: https://doi.org/10.18743/DATA.00049

    Impact & Reach

    Downloads
    Activity Overview
    167Downloads
    58Hits

    Additional statistics for this dataset are available via IRStats2.

    Actions (Login Required)

    Edit Item Edit Item