Sequential Hypothesis Tests for Multinomial Processing Tree Models

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Description: All R scripts and simulation data for the manuscript "Sequential Hypothesis Tests in Multinomial Processing Tree Models" (Schnuerch, Erdfelder, & Heck, 2019).

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Multinomial Processing Tree (MPT) models are a powerful and frequently used method in various research fields including cognitive psychology and social cognition. They allow for estimation and statistical tests on parameters that represent psychological processes underlying responses to cognitive tasks. So far, parameter tests in MPT models have largely relied on Null Hypothesis Significance Test...

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