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Sequential analysis and observational methods for the behavioral sciences
1. Introduction to observational methods 2. Coding schemes and observational measurement 3. Recording observational data 4. Representing observational data 5. Observer agreement and Cohen's kappa 6.… Expand
SDIS: A sequential data interchange standard
Few general-purpose computer programs are available that analyze sequential categorical data. Expand
Using GSEQ with SPSS
GSEQ for Windows (GSW) is a general purpose software for analyzing sequences of interactive behavior.Modifications and extensions that facilitate using GSEQ with standard statistical packages such as SPSS. Expand
Observer agreement for timed-event sequential data: A comparison of time-based and event-based algorithms
- R. Bakeman, Vicenç Quera, A. Gnisci
- Computer Science, Medicine
- Behavior research methods
- 1 February 2009
Observer agreement is often regarded as the sine qua non of observational research. Expand
Log-linear approaches to lag-sequential analysis when consecutive codes may and cannot repeat.
Physician-patient dialogue surrounding patients' expression of concern: applying sequence analysis to RIAS.
The aim of this study was to analyse with sequence analysis physician-patient dialogue surrounding patients' expression of emotional cues. Two samples, sample 1 consisting of 36 cancer patient… Expand
Flocking Behaviour: Agent-Based Simulation and Hierarchical Leadership
- Vicenç Quera, F. S. Beltran, R. Dolado
- Engineering, Computer Science
- J. Artif. Soc. Soc. Simul.
- 31 March 2010
We have studied how leaders emerge in a group as a consequence of interactions among its members. Expand
Sequential Analysis and Observational Methods for the Behavioral Sciences: Introduction to Observational Methods
Observing behavior – the central concern of this book – is an ancient human endeavor without which even our survival could become problematic. What will the beast we hope to stalk, kill, and bring… Expand
Detecting group differences in sequential association using sampled permutations: Log odds, kappa, and phi compared
When determining whether a particular transition is more characteristic of one group than of another, two things are required: an index associated with the transition of interest and a statistical… Expand