Using a same-different matching task to determine the viability of parallel lexical processing: Measuring reaction time and error rates.

Dataset

Description

Reaction time and error rate means for each experimental condition averaged over the set of items within the condition (for the by-subjects analysis) and over the subjects tested on that condition (for the by-items analysis). The initial sheet of this Excel document provides instruction on how to read and interpret the layout of the following sheets.
Date made availableJul 2020
PublisherUniversity of Dundee
Date of data productionMar 2011 - Apr 2011

Research Output

  • Student Theses

    The Link Between Fixation Location and Attention During Reading: Its Extent and Nature

    Author: Wakeford, L. J., 2015

    Supervisor: Murray, W. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisDoctor of Philosophy

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    Wakeford, L. (Creator), Murray, W. (Creator) (Jul 2020). Using a same-different matching task to determine the viability of parallel lexical processing: Measuring reaction time and error rates. University of Dundee. DISCOVERY_Same_Diff_DataANDItems(.xlsx). 10.15132/10000151