Corrigendum: Reading Single Words Aloud With Monocular Presentation: The Effect of Word Frequency

@article{Robidoux2018CorrigendumRS,
  title={Corrigendum: Reading Single Words Aloud With Monocular Presentation: The Effect of Word Frequency},
  author={Serje Robidoux and Derek Besner},
  journal={Frontiers in Communication},
  year={2018}
}
In the original article, there was an error. An error in the script used to analyse the experiment in Robidoux and Besner (2018) led to an overstatement of the directional evidence against the Jainta et al. (2017) account for that data. When adjusting the general Bayes factor for the directional prediction made by Jainta et al.’s account, we stated that “. . . the evidence favoring the null model over the Jainta et al. account increases from 12.6 to 46.0 times,” where in fact the evidence… 

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