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Using confidence intervals in within-subject designs
We argue that to best comprehend many data sets, plotting judiciously selected sample statistics with associated confidence intervals can usefully supplement, or even replace, standard… Expand
A tutorial on a practical Bayesian alternative to null-hypothesis significance testing
- M. Masson
- Computer Science, Medicine
- Behavior research methods
- 8 February 2011
We provide a tutorial on a Bayesian model selection approach that requires only a simple transformation of sum-of-squares values generated by the standard analysis of variance. Expand
Using confidence intervals for graphically based data interpretation.
- M. Masson
- Psychology, Medicine
- Canadian journal of experimental psychology…
- 1 September 2003
As a potential alternative to standard null hypothesis significance testing, we describe methods for graphical presentation of data--particularly condition means and their corresponding confidence… Expand
Evocation of functional and volumetric gestural knowledge by objects and words
We distinguish between grasping gestures associated with using an object for its intended purpose (functional) and those used to pick up an object (volumetric) and we develop a novel experimental… Expand
Grasping beer mugs: on the dynamics of alignment effects induced by handled objects.
We examined automatic spatial alignment effects evoked by handled objects. Using color as the relevant cue carried by an irrelevant handled object aligned or misaligned with the response hand,… Expand
Prime Validity Affects Masked Repetition Priming: Evidence for an Episodic Resource Account of Priming
Masked repetition priming in the lexical decision task was found to be greater when prime validity, defined as the proportion of repetition versus unrelated primes, was high (0.8) rather than low… Expand
Beyond spreading activation: An influence of relatedness proportion on masked semantic priming
Semantic priming in the lexical decision task has been shown to increase when the proportion of related-prime trials is increased. This finding typically is taken as evidence for a conscious,… Expand
Masked Repetition Priming of Words and Nonwords: Evidence for a Nonlexical Basis for Priming
Abstract Lexical decisions for low- and high-frequency words are equally facilitated by masked repetition priming, whereas nonwords typically show no effect of such priming. This pattern of results… Expand
Sources of bias in the Goodman-Kruskal gamma coefficient measure of association: implications for studies of metacognitive processes.
In many cognitive, metacognitive, and perceptual tasks, measurement of performance or prediction accuracy may be influenced by response bias. Signal detection theory provides a means of assessing… Expand