A model of positive sequential dependencies in judgments of frequency

@inproceedings{Annis2013AMO,
  title={A model of positive sequential dependencies in judgments of frequency},
  author={Jeffrey Scott Annis and Kenneth J. Malmberg},
  year={2013}
}
v Introduction 1 A Model of Judgments of Frequency (JOFs) 4 Repetitions 6 JOFs 6 Decision Model 7 An Important Distinction: Item Similarity versus Frequency Similarity 7 Modeling Stimulus Similarity 8 Assimilation 9 Experiment 10 Method 11 Subjects 11 Design and Materials 11 Procedure 11 Results 12 Proportion of Correct Responses 12 Mean JOFs 12 JOF Accuracy 13 Assimilation 14 Modeling Results 16 Fitting Methods 16 Bootstrap Results 19 Model Fits and Selection 21 Overall Quality of Fits 21… CONTINUE READING
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