Jaeger (2008), J Memory Language, 59, 434-446 (ANOVA)

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Since I get asked for the R code I promised in my 2008 JML paper on mixed logit models every now and then, I have posted it here. If you find this code useful, please consider citing the Jaeger (2008) paper:

Please note, however, that the data analyzed in that paper is not mine and you need to acquire it from the Inbal Arnon, who conducted the study. With Inbal’s permission, here’s the data file I used:

  • Data from the comprehension component of Study 2 from Arnon, Inbal. “Rethinking child difficulty: The effect of NP type on children’s processing of relative clauses in Hebrew.” Journal of Child Language 37.01 (2010): 27-57.

If you try to work your way through my paper, you may also find the following wiki pages from our lab with readings and more code helpful:

http://wiki.bcs.rochester.edu/HlpLab/StatsCourses/

As a quick intro you may find the talks from a recent workshop on the conceptual background, common issues and solutions for ordinary and multilevel regression models that some colleagues (Dale Barr, Roger Levy, Harald Baayen, Victor Kuperman, Austin Frank) and I gave at the CUNY sentence processing conference 2009 useful. The talk slides are all linked to the schedule on that page. You’ll find detailed walk-throughs, R code, and a conceptual overviews.

I appreciate if you leave a comment here in case this was useful. It helps to see what we should be posting. cheers.

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One thought on “Jaeger (2008), J Memory Language, 59, 434-446 (ANOVA)

    Seth VW said:
    December 3, 2014 at 12:58 am

    Thanks for the link!

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