Sound identification may affect sound processing and naming, and then influence the performance in hazard identification and memory behavior. In addition, previous studies have shown that there are many factors that can affect the recognition of sound, including ecological frequencies, typical sounds, and some acoustic properties of sounds . However, there are no data directly explore the impact of the length of presentation time on sound recognition, so we will collect the Naming and evaluation data which is from different category (animal, music, artificial) of 30 familiar sounds by controlling five time periods (150ms, 200ms, 250ms, 300ms, 350ms). For all categories of sound materials, as the presentation time increases, the accuracy of recognition increases significantly. These normative data may be helpful in guiding sound identification in future artificial intelligence studies and help clarify the relationships between sound naming and other variables, including hazard identification.