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Analyzing dynamic phonetic data using generalized additive mixed modeling: A tutorial focusing on articulatory differences between L1 and L2 speakers of English
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This paper discusses generalized additive modeling, a non-linear regression method which does not require aggregation or the pre-selection of a fixed time point. Expand
How to analyze linguistic change using mixed models, Growth Curve Analysis and Generalized Additive Modeling
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This tutorial introduces readers to mixed models, Growth Curve Analysis (GCA) and Generalized Additive Models (GAMs). Expand
Individual differences in very young Chinese children’s English vocabulary breadth and semantic depth: internal and external factors
ABSTRACT This study examines the English vocabulary development of 43 very young child English as a foreign language (FL) learners (age 3.2–6.2) in China. They were tested twice for vocabularyExpand
Lexical differences between Tuscan dialects and standard Italian: Accounting for geographic and sociodemographic variation using generalized additive mixed modeling
This study uses a generalized additive mixed-effects regression model to predict lexical differences in Tuscan dialects with respect to standard Italian. We used lexical information for 170 conceptsExpand
Variation and change in the use of hesitation markers in Germanic languages
In this study, we investigate cross-linguistic patterns in the alternation between UM, a hesitation marker consisting of a neutral vowel followed by a final labial nasal, and UH, a hesitation markerExpand
Individual alpha peak frequency predicts 10 Hz flicker effects on selective attention
Rhythmic visual stimulation (“flicker”) is primarily used to “tag” processing of low-level visual and high-level cognitive phenomena. However, preliminary evidence suggests that flicker may alsoExpand
Neuter is not Common in Dutch: Eye Movements Reveal Asymmetrical Gender Processing
Native speakers of languages with transparent gender systems can use gender cues to anticipate upcoming words. To examine whether this also holds true for a non-transparent two-way gender system,Expand
Quantitative identification of dialect-specific articulatory settings.
The purpose of this study was to quantitatively contrast the articulatory settings of two Dutch dialects. Tongue movement data during speech were collected on site at two high schools (34 speakers)Expand
The effects of direct and indirect speech on discourse comprehension in Dutch listeners with and without aphasia
Background: Research on language comprehension in aphasia has primarily focused on comprehension of isolated words and sentences. Even though previous studies have provided insights intoExpand
Individual Alpha Peak Frequency Predicts 10 Hz Flicker Effects on Selective Attention
Rhythmic visual stimulation (“flicker”) is primarily used to “tag” processing of low-level visual and high-level cognitive phenomena. However, preliminary evidence suggests that flicker may alsoExpand
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