Adapting cultural mixture modeling for continuous measures of knowledge and memory fluency.

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Previous research (e.g., cultural consensus theory (Romney, Weller, & Batchelder, American Anthropologist, 88, 313-338, 1986); cultural mixture modeling (Mueller & Veinott, 2008)) has used overt response patterns (i.e., responses to questionnaires and surveys) to identify whether a group shares a single coherent attitude or belief set. Yet many domains in… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/s13428-015-0670-4

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