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A Markov Mixed-Effect Multinomial Logistic Regression Model for Nominal Repeated Measures with an Application to Syntactic Self-Priming Effects.

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Summary of "A Markov Mixed-Effect Multinomial Logistic Regression Model for Nominal Repeated Measures with an Application to Syntactic Self-Priming Effects."

Syntactic priming effects have been investigated for several decades in psycholinguistics and the cognitive sciences to understand the cognitive mechanisms that support language production and comprehension. The question of whether speakers prime themselves is central to adjudicating between two theories of syntactic priming, activation-based theories and expectation-based theories. However, there is a lack of a statistical model to investigate the two different theories when nominal repeated measures are obtained from multiple participants and items. This paper presents a Markov mixed-effect multinomial logistic regression model in which there are fixed and random effects for own-category lags and cross-category lags in a multivariate structure and there are category-specific crossed random effects (random person and item effects). The model is illustrated with experimental data that investigates the average and participant-specific deviations in syntactic self-priming effects. Results of the model suggest that evidence of self-priming is consistent with the predictions of activation-based theories. Accuracy of parameter estimates and precision is evaluated via a simulation study using Bayesian analysis.

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Name: Multivariate behavioral research
ISSN: 1532-7906
Pages: 1-20

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