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ManyBabies 1: Infant-Directed Speech Preference This is the project page for the first study of the ManyBabies collaborative research project. For contributors Data collection began on May 1, 2017 and continues until April 30, 2018. We are still soliciting contributions from new labs joining the project! If you are interested, please fill in this expression of interest form. You can also join the...

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  • ManyBabies 1: START HERE


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  • ManyBabies 1: Project Admin

    Material for organizing MB1 as a whole

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  • ManyBabies 1: Stimuli Creation and Norming

    Repository for materials related to stimulus creation for ManyBabies 1 project (Infant-directed speech preference)

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  • ManyBabies 1: Data


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  • ManyBabies 1: Analysis Scripts


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  • ManyBabies 1: Manuscripts


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  • Quantifying sources of variability in infancy research using the infant-directed speech preference

    The field of psychology has become increasingly concerned with issues related to methodology and replicability. Infancy researchers face specific chal...

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  • ManyBabies 1 CDI Follow-up


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  • ManyBabies 1: Secondary Analysis of 'Lab Factors' and Fuss-Out Rates

    The ManyBabies 1 project, a large-scale collaboration of developmental psychology labs to replicate a classic finding – infants' preference for infant...

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