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<p><strong>7 Year Olds: Research Plan, Interaction (UG student project, 30/11/2017)</strong></p> <p>This document (Pre_reg_projectconditions_interaction.docx) contains plans for an undergraduate student project that will explore the effects of interaction between the learner and experimenter on tone learning. Data collection will begin on 4/12/2017.</p> <p><strong>7 Year Olds: Research Plan, Gesture (UG student project, 30/11/2017)</strong></p> <p>This document (Pre_reg_projectconditions_gesture.docx) contains plans for an undergraduate student project that will explore the effects of gesture on tone learning. Data collection will begin on 4/12/2017.</p> <p><strong>Adults: Research Plan (25/10/2017)</strong></p> <p><a href="http://rpubs.com/HelenBrown/322545" rel="nofollow">http://rpubs.com/HelenBrown/322545</a></p> <p><strong>7 Year Olds: Research Plan, Version 2 (03/07/2017)</strong></p> <p><a href="https://rpubs.com/ewonnacott/288885" rel="nofollow">https://rpubs.com/ewonnacott/288885</a> </p> <p>This is an updated version of the original research plan below. All that has been changed compared with Version 1 is (i) a menu is added (ii) some points about conditions are clarified (iii) some typos are fixed (note in particular that there was a typo re BF factors line 26). No data had been examined when this was created.</p> <p><strong>7 Year Olds: Research Plan, Version I (18/06/2017)</strong></p> <p><a href="https://rpubs.com/ewonnacott/285969" rel="nofollow">https://rpubs.com/ewonnacott/285969</a></p> <p>This is our original research plan and was posted when we began data collection.</p>
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