Estimating the divergence point: a novel distributional analysis procedure for determining the onset of the influence of experimental variables

@inproceedings{Reingold2014EstimatingTD,
  title={Estimating the divergence point: a novel distributional analysis procedure for determining the onset of the influence of experimental variables},
  author={Eyal M. Reingold and Heather Sheridan},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2014}
}
The divergence point analysis procedure is aimed at obtaining an estimate of the onset of the influence of an experimental variable on response latencies (e.g., fixation duration, reaction time). The procedure involves generating survival curves for two conditions, and using a bootstrapping technique to estimate the timing of the earliest discernible divergence between curves. In the present paper, several key extensions for this procedure were proposed and evaluated by conducting simulations… CONTINUE READING

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