The meaning of additive reaction-time effects: some misconceptions

@inproceedings{Sternberg2013TheMO,
  title={The meaning of additive reaction-time effects: some misconceptions},
  author={Saul Sternberg},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2013}
}
FIGURE 1 | Mean RT data from Stafford et al. (2011, Experiment 1) and fitted additive model. Standard errors (SEs) shown (with mean 5.0 ms), which can be used to assess goodness of fit, are based on deviations from additive models plus linear interactions fitted to the 15 mean RTs from each of the 20 subjects. The SE based on the residual mean square (114 df) in an anova, after removing the effects of subject, saturation, congruence, their two-way interactions, and the interaction with subjects… CONTINUE READING

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