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<p>The files presented here replicate the analysis of "Further Evidence for Discrete-State Mediation in Recognition Memory" by Kellen, Singmann, Vogt, & Klauer (2015).</p> <p>The following files are present:</p> <ol> <li><code>analysis-script.R</code>: This commented <code>.R</code> file performs the analyses reported in the manuscript and produces all the numbers given in the text, Table 1, and Figures 4 and 6 (this is the main file). It requires the files listed below as numbers 2 to 8 (or the zip file).</li> <li><code>words-data.txt</code>: Provides the data of the word session.</li> <li><code>pics-data.txt</code>: Provides the data of the picture session.</li> <li><code>words.sdt.model</code>: <code>MPTinR</code> model file containing the UVSD model for the word session. </li> <li><code>pics.sdt.model</code>: <code>MPTinR</code> model file containing the UVSD model for the picture session.</li> <li><code>mpt-models.R</code>: <code>.R</code> file containing the likelihood functions for the 2HT models for word and picture session.</li> <li><code>mm.words.rda</code>: Binary R data file providing the $G^2$ values obtained in the mimicry analysis of the word session.</li> <li><code>mm.pics.rda</code>: Binary R data file providing the $G^2$ values obtained in the mimicry analysis of the picture session.</li> <li><code>words.mimicry.R</code> commented R script that performs the (lengthy) model mimicry analysis for the word condition.</li> <li><code>pics.mimicry.R</code>: same as before, but for the picture condition and not commented.</li> <li><code>modeling_details.pdf</code>: Detailed description of the 2HTM's state-response mapping function as well as details on the linear mixed modeling of the RTs.</li> <li><code>kellen_singmann_vogt_kaluer_2015.zip</code>: zip file containing all of the files above.</li> </ol> <p>In case of questions contact <a href="http://davidkellen.org/" rel="nofollow">David Kellen</a> or <a href="http://singmann.org/" rel="nofollow">Henrik Singmann</a>.<br> Freiburg, May 2014</p> <p>Full reference: <br> Kellen, D., Singmann, H., Vogt, J., & Christoph Klauer, K. (2015). Further Evidence for Discrete-State Mediation in Recognition Memory. <em>Experimental Psychology</em>, 62(1), 40–53. <a href="http://doi.org/10.1027/1618-3169/a000272" rel="nofollow">http://doi.org/10.1027/1618-3169/a000272</a></p>
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