BabbleCor: A Crosslinguistic Corpus of Babble Development in Five Languages

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Description: BabbleCor is a largescale, cross-linguistic corpus of infant babbling. Each clip has a unique ID. Speaker data can be referenced in the accompanying metadata file.

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What is BabbleCor? BabbleCor is a crosslinguistic corpus of infant and child vocalizations from 52 children exposed to five different languages: English, Spanish, Tsimane', Yêlí-Dnye, Tseltal Mayan, and bilingual Quechua-Spanish. How was BabbleCor created? BabbleCor consists of very short audio clips (approximately 400ms) of child vocalizations. To generate these clips, each child first completed...

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