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    Supplementary Materials for 'A systematic evaluation of factors affecting referring expression choice in passage completion tasks'. This contains stimuli for Experiments 1, 2, and 3, and subset analyses for Experiments 1 and 2. THIS DATASET IS ARCHIVED AT DANS/EASY, BUT NOT ACCESSIBLE HERE. TO VIEW A LIST OF FILES AND ACCESS THE FILES IN THIS DATASET CLICK ON THE DOI-LINK ABOVE

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    Authors: Wass, Sam;

    Experimental participant details The project was approved by the Research Ethics Committee at the University of East London (Approval number: EXP 1617 04). Informed consent, and intent to publish, were obtained in the usual manner. Participants were recruited from the London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Cambridge regions of the UK. In total, 91 infant-caregiver dyads were recruited to participate in the study, of whom usable autonomic data were recorded from 82. Of these, usable paired autonomic data (from both caregiver and child) were obtained from 74 participants. Further details, including exclusion criteria, and detailed demographic details on the sample, are given in Appendix 1 section 1.1. The sample size was selected following power calculations presented in the original funding application ES/N017560/1. Of note, we excluded families in which the primary day-time care was performed by the male caregiver because the numbers were insufficient to provide an adequately gender-matched sample. All participating caregivers were, therefore, female. Participants received £30 in gift vouchers as a token of gratitude for participation, split over two visits. Experimental method details Participating caregivers were invited to select a day during which they would be spending the entire day with their child but which was otherwise, as far as possible, typical for them and their child. The researcher visited the participants’ homes in the morning (c. 7:30–10am) to fit the equipment, and returned later (c. 4–7pm) to pick it up. The mean (std) recording time per day was 7.3 (1.4) hours. The equipment consisted of two wearable layers, for both infant and caregiver. For the infant, a specially designed baby-grow was worn next to the skin, which contained a built-in Electrocardiogram (ECG) recording device (recording at 250Hz), accelerometer (30Hz), Global Positioning System (GPS) (1Hz), and microphone (11.6kHz). A T-shirt, worn on top of the device, contained a pocket to hold the microphone and a miniature video camera (a commercially available Narrative Clip 2 camera). For the caregiver, a specially designed chest strap was also worn next to the skin, containing the same equipment. A cardigan, worn as a top layer, contained the microphone and video camera. The clothes were comfortable when worn and, other than a request to keep the equipment dry, participants were encouraged to behave exactly as they would do on a normal day. At the start and end of each recording session, before the devices were inserted into the clothes worn by the participants, the researchers synchronised the two devices by holding them on top of one another and moving them sharply from side to side, once per second for 10 consecutive seconds. Post hoc trained coders identified the timings of these movements in the accelerometer data from each device independently. This information was used to synchronise the two recording devices. Quantification and statistical analysis Autonomic data parsing and calculation of the autonomic composite measure. Further details on the parsing of the heart rate, heart rate variability, and actigraphy are given here: https://tinyurl.com/yckzfxf8. Here we present our motivation for collapsing these three measures into a single composite measure of autonomic arousal. Home/Awake coding. Our preliminary analyses suggested that infants tended to be strapped-in to either a buggy or car seat for much of the time that they were outdoors, which strongly influenced their autonomic data. For this reason, all of the analyses presented in the paper only include data segments in which the dyad was at home and the infant was awake. A description of how these segments were identified is given in Appendix 1 (section 1.7). Following these exclusions, the mean (std) total amount of data available per dyad was 3.7 (1.7) hours, corresponding to 221.5 (102.4) 60-second epochs per dyad. Vocal coding. The microphone recorded a 5-second snapshot of the auditory environment every 60 seconds. Post hoc, trained coders identified samples in which the infant or caregiver was vocalising, and the following codings were applied. For each coding scheme, consistency of rating between coders was achieved through discussions and joint coding sessions based on an ersatz dataset, before the actual dataset was coded. All coders were blind to study design and hypothesised study outcome. Importantly, analyses conducted on a separate, continuous dataset (see Appendix 1, section S10) suggest that the temporal structure of our vocalisations was maintained despite this ‘sparse sampling’ approach. Furthermore, our analyses examine how arousal changes relative to observed vocalisations, and any arousal changes that we do observe time-locked to vocalisations would be weakened (not strengthened) by the fact that the vocalisation data were sparsely sampled (because power would have been reduced by missing vocalizations through the sparse sampling method, rather than increased). Infant data. i) vocalisation type. A morphological coding scheme was applied with the following categories: cry, laugh, squeal, growl, quasi-resonant vowel, fully-resonant vowel, marginal syllable, canonical syllable. Overall, 29% of vocalisations were cries; 1% laughs; 1% squeal; 3% growl; 18% quasi-resonant vowel; 18% fully-resonant vowel; 6% marginal syllable; 23% canonical syllable. For analyses presented in the main text these were collapsed into cries and speech-like vocalisations, which included the following non-cry categories: quasi-resonant vowel; fully-resonant vowel; marginal syllable; canonical syllable. Laughs, squeals and growls were excluded due to rarity. ii) vocal affect was coded on a three-point scale for vocal affect (negative (fussy and difficult), neutral or positive (happy and engaged). In order to assess inter-rater reliability, 11% of the sample was double coded; Cohen’s kappa was 0.70, which is considered substantial agreement. iii) vocal intensity was coded on a three-point scale from low emotional intensity, neutral, or high emotional intensity. Adult data. i) vocalisation type. A trained coder listened to vocalisations one by one and categorised them into the following categories: Imperative, Question, Praise, Singing, Imitation of Baby Vocalisation, Laughter, Reassurance, Sighing, Storytelling. These were then further collapsed into four supraordinate categories: Positive (Singing, Laughter); Stimulating (Question); Intrusive/negative affect (Imperative, Sighing); Sensitive (Praise, Imitation of Baby Vocalisation, Reassurance, Storytelling). Overall, 14% of vocalisations were Positive; 30% were Stimulating; 41% were Intrusive; 15% were Praise. In addition, ii) vocal affect and iii) vocal intensity were coded in the same way as for the infant data. In order to assess inter-rater reliability, 24% of the sample was double coded; Cohen’s kappa was 0.60, which is considered acceptable. Physical positions while vocalising. We also ascertained the physical position of our participants while vocalising (Appendix 1 section 1.8). Permutation-based temporal clustering analyses. To estimate the significance of time-series relationships, a permutation-based temporal clustering approach was used. This procedure, which is adapted from neuroimaging, allows us to estimate the probability of temporally contiguous relationships being observed in our results, a fact that standard approaches to correcting for multiple comparisons fail to account for. See further details in Appendix 1 section 1.9. ROC analyses. In order to assess the selection of visual features we employed a signal detection framework based on the Receiver Operator Characteristic (ROC) . This analyses the degree to which arousal levels predict the timings of vocalisations relative to the timings of randomly sampled comparison samples, epoch by epoch. See Results section and 67 for more details. Arousal stability. Arousal stability was measured by calculating the auto-correlation in infant and caregiver arousal, considered separately. The auto-correlation was calculated using the Matlab function nanautocorr.m, written by Fabio Oriani. Only the first lag term was reported as previous analyses have shown that autocorrelation data show a strong first order autoregressive tendency. Arousal coupling. Arousal coupling was measured by calculating the zero-lag cross-correlation between infant and caregiver arousal. The cross-correlation was calculated by first applying a linear detrend to each measure independently and then calculating the Spearman’s correlation between the infant and caregiver arousal data within that window. Moving window analyses. To estimate how stability and coupling changed relative to vocalisations, we used a moving window analysis (see Figure 8). Arousal data were downsampled to 1-minute epochs (0.016 Hz) (which was the sampling frequency of our microphone data). The size of the moving window was set arbitrarily at 10 epochs, with a shift of 5 epochs between windows. We excerpted the stability and coupling values around each individual vocalisation, and averaged these across all vocalisations. Control analysis. Participant by participant, for each vocalisation that was observed, a random ‘non-vocalisation’ moment was selected as a moment during the day when the dyad was at home and the infant was awake but no vocalisation occurred. The same moving window analysis described above was then repeated to examine change relative to this ‘non-vocalisation event’. The same procedure was repeated 1000 times and the results averaged. Real and observed data were compared using the permutation-based temporal clustering analyses described above. Appendices available here: https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/gmfk7 It has been argued that a necessary condition for the emergence of speech in humans is the ability to vocalize irrespectively of underlying affective states, but when and how this happens during development remains unclear. To examine this, we used wearable microphones and autonomic sensors to collect multimodal naturalistic datasets from 12-month-olds and their caregivers. We observed that, across the day, clusters of vocalisations occur during elevated infant and caregiver arousal. This relationship is stronger in infants than caregivers: caregivers' vocalizations show greater decoupling with their own states of arousal, and their vocal production is more influenced by the infant’s arousal than their own. Different types of vocalisation elicit different patterns of change across the dyad. Cries occur following reduced infant arousal stability and lead to increased child-caregiver arousal coupling, and decreased infant arousal. Speech-like vocalisations also occur at elevated arousal, but lead to longer-lasting increases in arousal, and elicit more parental verbal responses. Our results suggest that: 12-month-old infants’ vocalisations are strongly contingent on their arousal state (for both cries and speech-like vocalisations), whereas adults’ vocalisations are more flexibly tied to their own arousal; that cries and speech-like vocalisations alter the intra-dyadic dynamics of arousal in different ways, which may be an important factor driving speech development; and that this selection mechanism which drives vocal development is anchored in our stress physiology. These data files and associated processing scripts are designed to be run in Matlab R2022a. Only the Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox is required. 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    Authors: Melita Videja;

    This dataset provides information on cardiac, vascular and mitochondrial functionality in ex vivo and in vivo models after acute treatment with trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO).The accumulation of TMAO in tissue was assessed after performing heart perfusion or incubating aortic tissue in a buffer solution with or without TMAO. To test the effects of TMAO on mitochondrial substrate oxidation, the aortic rings and heart homogenates of Wistar rats were incubated with or without TMAO in buffer solution containing [9,10-3H] palmitate (5 µCi/ml) or D-[U-14C] glucose (0.625 µCi/ml). The effects of TMAO on vascular reactivity were tested in isolated rat conductance and resistance vessels. The impact of elevated TMAO levels on cardiac function and infarct size was evaluated in an isolated rat heart infarction model. The outcomes after single and 7-day administration of TMAO (120 mg/kg) on normal or forced heart function (administration of isoproterenol, 10 µg/mouse) in CD-1 mice were evaluated by echocardiography.The data presented here provide information on measurements in experimental models of cardiac and vascular function and energy metabolism under acutely increased TMAO levels. Additionally, the data could be used further in the planning of future in vitro, ex vivo, and in vivo studies focused on clarifying molecular mechanisms targeted by elevated TMAO levels. THIS DATASET IS ARCHIVED AT DANS/EASY, BUT NOT ACCESSIBLE HERE. TO VIEW A LIST OF FILES AND ACCESS THE FILES IN THIS DATASET CLICK ON THE DOI-LINK ABOVE

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    Authors: Lamarche-Gagnon, Guillaume; Hawkings, Jon R.; Wadham, Jemma L.;

    This dataset describes the dissolved major ion (Ca2+, Mg2+, K+, Na+, Cl-, SO4 2-), nutrient (NO3-, NH4+, PO4 3-, DSi, TDN) and organic carbon (DOC) concentrations in the proglacial rivers of the Leverett Glacier (LG) in Southwest Greenland for the 2009, 2010 and 2012 melt seasons. The data have already been part of 3 different publications (Lawson et al. 2014, Hawkings et al. 2015, Wadham et al. 2016) but are archived here for the first time. For similar data at LG and/or Kiattut Sermia (South Greenland) for the 2015 and 2013 melt seasons, respectively, see Hatton et al. 2018 (see 'related identifiers'). The obtention and archiving of these data were also allowed thanks to: NERC CASE studentship to E. C. Lawson (NERC DTG/GEOG SN1316.6525); NERC PhD studentship to J. Hawkings; NERC studentship and MOSS scholarship to A. Tedstone; Carnegie Trust for University of Scotland and The University of Edinburgh Development Trust to P. W. Nienow; Leverhulme Trust, via a Leverhulme research fellowship to J. L. Wadham

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    We present a coarse-grained Cα-based protein model that can be used to simulate structured, intrinsically disordered and partially disordered proteins. We use a Go-like potential for the structured parts and two different variants of a transferable potential for the disordered parts. The first variant uses dynamic structure-based (DSB) contacts that form and disappear quasi-adiabatically during the simulation. By using specific structural criteria we distinguish sidechain-sidechain, sidechain-backbone and backbone-backbone contacts. The second variant is a non-radial multi-body pseudo-improper-dihedral (PID) potential that does not include time-dependent terms but requires more computational resources. Our model can simulate in reasonable time thousands of residues on millisecond time scales. THIS DATASET IS ARCHIVED AT DANS/EASY, BUT NOT ACCESSIBLE HERE. TO VIEW A LIST OF FILES AND ACCESS THE FILES IN THIS DATASET CLICK ON THE DOI-LINK ABOVE

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    Authors: Ballantyne, J;

    A common feature of computational modelling and simulation research is the need to perform many tasks in complex sequences to achieve a usable result. This will typically involve tasks such as preparing input data, pre-processing, running simulations on a local or remote machine, post-processing, and performing coupling communications, validations and/or optimisations. Tasks like these can involve manual steps which are time and effort intensive, especially when it involves the management of large ensemble runs. Additionally, human errors become more likely and numerous as the research work becomes more complex, increasing the risk of damaging the credibility of simulation results. Automation tools can help ensure the credibility of simulation results by reducing the manual time and effort required to perform these research tasks, by making more rigorous procedures tractable, and by reducing the probability of human error due to a reduced number of manual actions. In addition, efficiency gained through automation can help researchers to perform more research within the budget and effort constraints imposed by their projects.This paper presents the main software release of FabSim3, and explains how our automation toolkit can improve and simplify a range of tasks for researchers and application developers. FabSim3 helps to prepare, submit, execute, retrieve, and analyze simulation workflows. By providing a suitable level of abstraction, FabSim3 reduces the complexity of setting up and managing a large-scale simulation scenario, while still providing transparent access to the underlying layers for effective debugging. The tool also facilitates job submission and management (including staging and curation of files and environments) for a range of different supercomputing environments. Although FabSim3 itself is application-agnostic, it supports a provably extensible plugin system where users automate simulation and analysis workflows for their own application domains. To highlight this, we briefly describe a selection of these plugins and we demonstrate the efficiency of the toolkit in handling large ensemble workflows. THIS DATASET IS ARCHIVED AT DANS/EASY, BUT NOT ACCESSIBLE HERE. TO VIEW A LIST OF FILES AND ACCESS THE FILES IN THIS DATASET CLICK ON THE DOI-LINK ABOVE

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    Authors: Fonseca, Catarina; Wood, Louisa; Andriamahefazafy, Mialy; Casal, Gema; +14 Authors

    The dataset is the result of an self-administered online survey on public perceptions about climate change, the value of marine and coastal ecosystems, human impacts on them and their management. The survey was released in four languages, English, French, Spanish and Italian ('survey' folder). Potential respondents were provided with a participant information form, also available in four languages ('participant information form' folder). The final dataset comprises a total of 709 respondents. The dataset contains mostly numerical coding, except text entries in 9 columns. Version 2 of this dataset presents all responses in English. The corresponding codebook provides the questions and coding information. In the scope of the MaCoBioS research project (funded under EU Horizon 2020 grant agreement No 869710), this survey aims to better understand public perceptions about how climate change may affect the sustainable management of marine and coastal resources. The results of this survey will inform our work on developing clear policy advice on how to manage resilient marine and coastal ecosystems. info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

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    Authors: Dagmara Rusiecka;

    Triple threat processes and/or other forcings can lead to changes in the ocean happening fast and abruptly. These changes, referred to as “tipping points”, are critical thresholds in a marine system that, when exceeded, can lead to a significant change in the state of the system, which often can be irreversible. This product has been prepared with the financial support of Norges forskningsråd (Research Council of Norway) (309382) and the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 820989 (project COMFORT, Our common future ocean in the Earth system – quantifying coupled cycles of carbon, oxygen, and nutrients for determining and achieving safe operating spaces with respect to tipping points). The work reflects only the author’s/authors’ view; the European Commission and their executive agency are not responsible for any use that may be made of the information the work contains.

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  • Authors: John Ballantyne;

    We introduce the implementation details of the simulation code COSEν, which numerically solves a set of non-linear partial differential equations that govern the dynamics of neutrino collective flavor conversions. We systematically provide the details of both finite difference method supported by Kreiss-Oliger dissipation and finite volume method with seventh order weighted essentially non-oscillatory scheme. To ensure the reliability of the code, we perform comparison of the simulation results with theoretically obtainable solutions. In order to understand and characterize the error accumulation behavior of the implementations when neutrino self-interactions are switched on, we also analyze the evolution of the deviation of the conserved quantities for different values of simulation parameters. We report the performance of our code with both CPUs and GPUs. The public version of the COSEν package is available at https://github.com/COSEnu/COSEnu.

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  • Authors: Ballantyne, J;

    In recent years, it has become increasingly common for high performance computers (HPC) to possess some level of heterogeneous architecture - typically in the form of GPU accelerators. In some machines these are isolated within a dedicated partition, whilst in others they are integral to all compute nodes - often with multiple GPUs per node - and provide the majority of a machine's compute performance. In light of this trend, it is becoming essential that codes deployed on HPC are updated to execute on accelerator hardware. In this paper we introduce a GPU implementation of the 3D blood flow simulation code HemeLB that has been developed using CUDA C++. We demonstrate how taking advantage of NVIDIA GPU hardware can achieve significant performance improvements compared to the equivalent CPU only code on which it has been built whilst retaining the excellent strong scaling characteristics that have been repeatedly demonstrated by the CPU version. With HPC positioned on the brink of the exascale era, we use HemeLB as a motivation to provide a discussion on some of the challenges that many users will face when deploying their own applications on upcoming exascale machines. THIS DATASET IS ARCHIVED AT DANS/EASY, BUT NOT ACCESSIBLE HERE. TO VIEW A LIST OF FILES AND ACCESS THE FILES IN THIS DATASET CLICK ON THE DOI-LINK ABOVE

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    Authors: Wass, Sam;

    Experimental participant details The project was approved by the Research Ethics Committee at the University of East London (Approval number: EXP 1617 04). Informed consent, and intent to publish, were obtained in the usual manner. Participants were recruited from the London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Cambridge regions of the UK. In total, 91 infant-caregiver dyads were recruited to participate in the study, of whom usable autonomic data were recorded from 82. Of these, usable paired autonomic data (from both caregiver and child) were obtained from 74 participants. Further details, including exclusion criteria, and detailed demographic details on the sample, are given in Appendix 1 section 1.1. The sample size was selected following power calculations presented in the original funding application ES/N017560/1. Of note, we excluded families in which the primary day-time care was performed by the male caregiver because the numbers were insufficient to provide an adequately gender-matched sample. All participating caregivers were, therefore, female. Participants received £30 in gift vouchers as a token of gratitude for participation, split over two visits. Experimental method details Participating caregivers were invited to select a day during which they would be spending the entire day with their child but which was otherwise, as far as possible, typical for them and their child. The researcher visited the participants’ homes in the morning (c. 7:30–10am) to fit the equipment, and returned later (c. 4–7pm) to pick it up. The mean (std) recording time per day was 7.3 (1.4) hours. The equipment consisted of two wearable layers, for both infant and caregiver. For the infant, a specially designed baby-grow was worn next to the skin, which contained a built-in Electrocardiogram (ECG) recording device (recording at 250Hz), accelerometer (30Hz), Global Positioning System (GPS) (1Hz), and microphone (11.6kHz). A T-shirt, worn on top of the device, contained a pocket to hold the microphone and a miniature video camera (a commercially available Narrative Clip 2 camera). For the caregiver, a specially designed chest strap was also worn next to the skin, containing the same equipment. A cardigan, worn as a top layer, contained the microphone and video camera. The clothes were comfortable when worn and, other than a request to keep the equipment dry, participants were encouraged to behave exactly as they would do on a normal day. At the start and end of each recording session, before the devices were inserted into the clothes worn by the participants, the researchers synchronised the two devices by holding them on top of one another and moving them sharply from side to side, once per second for 10 consecutive seconds. Post hoc trained coders identified the timings of these movements in the accelerometer data from each device independently. This information was used to synchronise the two recording devices. Quantification and statistical analysis Autonomic data parsing and calculation of the autonomic composite measure. Further details on the parsing of the heart rate, heart rate variability, and actigraphy are given here: https://tinyurl.com/yckzfxf8. Here we present our motivation for collapsing these three measures into a single composite measure of autonomic arousal. Home/Awake coding. Our preliminary analyses suggested that infants tended to be strapped-in to either a buggy or car seat for much of the time that they were outdoors, which strongly influenced their autonomic data. For this reason, all of the analyses presented in the paper only include data segments in which the dyad was at home and the infant was awake. A description of how these segments were identified is given in Appendix 1 (section 1.7). Following these exclusions, the mean (std) total amount of data available per dyad was 3.7 (1.7) hours, corresponding to 221.5 (102.4) 60-second epochs per dyad. Vocal coding. The microphone recorded a 5-second snapshot of the auditory environment every 60 seconds. Post hoc, trained coders identified samples in which the infant or caregiver was vocalising, and the following codings were applied. For each coding scheme, consistency of rating between coders was achieved through discussions and joint coding sessions based on an ersatz dataset, before the actual dataset was coded. All coders were blind to study design and hypothesised study outcome. Importantly, analyses conducted on a separate, continuous dataset (see Appendix 1, section S10) suggest that the temporal structure of our vocalisations was maintained despite this ‘sparse sampling’ approach. Furthermore, our analyses examine how arousal changes relative to observed vocalisations, and any arousal changes that we do observe time-locked to vocalisations would be weakened (not strengthened) by the fact that the vocalisation data were sparsely sampled (because power would have been reduced by missing vocalizations through the sparse sampling method, rather than increased). Infant data. i) vocalisation type. A morphological coding scheme was applied with the following categories: cry, laugh, squeal, growl, quasi-resonant vowel, fully-resonant vowel, marginal syllable, canonical syllable. Overall, 29% of vocalisations were cries; 1% laughs; 1% squeal; 3% growl; 18% quasi-resonant vowel; 18% fully-resonant vowel; 6% marginal syllable; 23% canonical syllable. For analyses presented in the main text these were collapsed into cries and speech-like vocalisations, which included the following non-cry categories: quasi-resonant vowel; fully-resonant vowel; marginal syllable; canonical syllable. Laughs, squeals and growls were excluded due to rarity. ii) vocal affect was coded on a three-point scale for vocal affect (negative (fussy and difficult), neutral or positive (happy and engaged). In order to assess inter-rater reliability, 11% of the sample was double coded; Cohen’s kappa was 0.70, which is considered substantial agreement. iii) vocal intensity was coded on a three-point scale from low emotional intensity, neutral, or high emotional intensity. Adult data. i) vocalisation type. A trained coder listened to vocalisations one by one and categorised them into the following categories: Imperative, Question, Praise, Singing, Imitation of Baby Vocalisation, Laughter, Reassurance, Sighing, Storytelling. These were then further collapsed into four supraordinate categories: Positive (Singing, Laughter); Stimulating (Question); Intrusive/negative affect (Imperative, Sighing); Sensitive (Praise, Imitation of Baby Vocalisation, Reassurance, Storytelling). Overall, 14% of vocalisations were Positive; 30% were Stimulating; 41% were Intrusive; 15% were Praise. In addition, ii) vocal affect and iii) vocal intensity were coded in the same way as for the infant data. In order to assess inter-rater reliability, 24% of the sample was double coded; Cohen’s kappa was 0.60, which is considered acceptable. Physical positions while vocalising. We also ascertained the physical position of our participants while vocalising (Appendix 1 section 1.8). Permutation-based temporal clustering analyses. To estimate the significance of time-series relationships, a permutation-based temporal clustering approach was used. This procedure, which is adapted from neuroimaging, allows us to estimate the probability of temporally contiguous relationships being observed in our results, a fact that standard approaches to correcting for multiple comparisons fail to account for. See further details in Appendix 1 section 1.9. ROC analyses. In order to assess the selection of visual features we employed a signal detection framework based on the Receiver Operator Characteristic (ROC) . This analyses the degree to which arousal levels predict the timings of vocalisations relative to the timings of randomly sampled comparison samples, epoch by epoch. See Results section and 67 for more details. Arousal stability. Arousal stability was measured by calculating the auto-correlation in infant and caregiver arousal, considered separately. The auto-correlation was calculated using the Matlab function nanautocorr.m, written by Fabio Oriani. Only the first lag term was reported as previous analyses have shown that autocorrelation data show a strong first order autoregressive tendency. Arousal coupling. Arousal coupling was measured by calculating the zero-lag cross-correlation between infant and caregiver arousal. The cross-correlation was calculated by first applying a linear detrend to each measure independently and then calculating the Spearman’s correlation between the infant and caregiver arousal data within that window. Moving window analyses. To estimate how stability and coupling changed relative to vocalisations, we used a moving window analysis (see Figure 8). Arousal data were downsampled to 1-minute epochs (0.016 Hz) (which was the sampling frequency of our microphone data). The size of the moving window was set arbitrarily at 10 epochs, with a shift of 5 epochs between windows. We excerpted the stability and coupling values around each individual vocalisation, and averaged these across all vocalisations. Control analysis. Participant by participant, for each vocalisation that was observed, a random ‘non-vocalisation’ moment was selected as a moment during the day when the dyad was at home and the infant was awake but no vocalisation occurred. The same moving window analysis described above was then repeated to examine change relative to this ‘non-vocalisation event’. The same procedure was repeated 1000 times and the results averaged. Real and observed data were compared using the permutation-based temporal clustering analyses described above. Appendices available here: https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/gmfk7 It has been argued that a necessary condition for the emergence of speech in humans is the ability to vocalize irrespectively of underlying affective states, but when and how this happens during development remains unclear. To examine this, we used wearable microphones and autonomic sensors to collect multimodal naturalistic datasets from 12-month-olds and their caregivers. We observed that, across the day, clusters of vocalisations occur during elevated infant and caregiver arousal. This relationship is stronger in infants than caregivers: caregivers' vocalizations show greater decoupling with their own states of arousal, and their vocal production is more influenced by the infant’s arousal than their own. Different types of vocalisation elicit different patterns of change across the dyad. Cries occur following reduced infant arousal stability and lead to increased child-caregiver arousal coupling, and decreased infant arousal. Speech-like vocalisations also occur at elevated arousal, but lead to longer-lasting increases in arousal, and elicit more parental verbal responses. Our results suggest that: 12-month-old infants’ vocalisations are strongly contingent on their arousal state (for both cries and speech-like vocalisations), whereas adults’ vocalisations are more flexibly tied to their own arousal; that cries and speech-like vocalisations alter the intra-dyadic dynamics of arousal in different ways, which may be an important factor driving speech development; and that this selection mechanism which drives vocal development is anchored in our stress physiology. These data files and associated processing scripts are designed to be run in Matlab R2022a. Only the Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox is required. 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    This dataset provides information on cardiac, vascular and mitochondrial functionality in ex vivo and in vivo models after acute treatment with trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO).The accumulation of TMAO in tissue was assessed after performing heart perfusion or incubating aortic tissue in a buffer solution with or without TMAO. To test the effects of TMAO on mitochondrial substrate oxidation, the aortic rings and heart homogenates of Wistar rats were incubated with or without TMAO in buffer solution containing [9,10-3H] palmitate (5 µCi/ml) or D-[U-14C] glucose (0.625 µCi/ml). The effects of TMAO on vascular reactivity were tested in isolated rat conductance and resistance vessels. The impact of elevated TMAO levels on cardiac function and infarct size was evaluated in an isolated rat heart infarction model. The outcomes after single and 7-day administration of TMAO (120 mg/kg) on normal or forced heart function (administration of isoproterenol, 10 µg/mouse) in CD-1 mice were evaluated by echocardiography.The data presented here provide information on measurements in experimental models of cardiac and vascular function and energy metabolism under acutely increased TMAO levels. Additionally, the data could be used further in the planning of future in vitro, ex vivo, and in vivo studies focused on clarifying molecular mechanisms targeted by elevated TMAO levels. THIS DATASET IS ARCHIVED AT DANS/EASY, BUT NOT ACCESSIBLE HERE. TO VIEW A LIST OF FILES AND ACCESS THE FILES IN THIS DATASET CLICK ON THE DOI-LINK ABOVE

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