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Alternative quantitative methods in psycholinguistics: Implications for theory and design

From the book Word Knowledge and Word Usage

  • Jacolien van Rij , Nemanja Vaci , Lee H. Wurm and Laurie Beth Feldman

Abstract

We describe three different methods that are appropriate to analyze various types of psycholinguistic data. We discuss some of the strengths and weaknesses of each and their suitability according to characteristics of the data. Methods include analysis of variance (ANOVA), linear mixed-effects modeling (LME) and generalized additive mixed models (GAMM).

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