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<p>This data archive includes experimental data from three behavioural experiments (lexical category judgement data, spelling, eyetracking-during-sentence-reading). The purpose of these experiments was to skilled readers’ sensitivity to spelling-to-meaning regularities in English suffixation. </p> <p>These data were presented at the Experimental Psychology Society meeting in 2017. Slides for this talk are also included in the archive. Please cite this talk as follows:</p> <p>Ulicheva, A., Harvey, H., Aronoff, M. & Rastle, K. (accepted). Statistical information encoded in English writing. <em>Cognition</em>.</p> <p>The .png figure (Diagnosticity_Specificity_all_words) is equivalent to Figure 2 in the accepted paper, but is based on all words (including those without any morphological structure, e.g. DISH).</p> <p>The file "Full analyses" includes all outputs from all mixed models of behavioural data (reported selectively in the accepted paper).</p>
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