A brief introduction to regression designs and mixed-effects modelling by a recent convert

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  • Laura Winther Balling, Denmark
  • Department of English
This article discusses the advantages of multiple regression designs over the factorial designs traditionally used in many psycholinguistic experiments. It is shown that regression designs are typically more informative, statistically more powerful and better suited to the analysis of naturalistic tasks. The advantages of including both fixed and random effects are demonstrated with reference to linear mixed-effects models, and problems of collinearity, variable distribution and variable selection are discussed. The advantages of these techniques are exemplified in an analysis of a word recognition experiment in Danish.
Original languageEnglish
Book seriesCopenhagen Studies in Language
Volume36
Pages (from-to)175-192
Number of pages18
ISSN0905-7269
Publication statusPublished - 30 Nov 2008

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