Description Usage Arguments Details Value References Examples

Generates verbal fluency data using a switcher-random walk process and counts
the number of steps required to produce `n`

unique responses.

1 | ```
one_fluency_steps(adj_list, n, pjump = 0, type = 0L)
``` |

`adj_list` |
a list containing row indices of nodes adjacent node to the ith node as created by get_adjlist. |

`n` |
integer specifying the number of productions. |

`pjump` |
numeric specifying the probability of a jump. |

`type` |
integer controlling network start and jump nodes.
For |

Function produces verbal fluency data via a switcher random walk
process that traverses the network by selecting a neighbor with
probability `1-pjump`

or jumps to a random place in the network
with probability `pjump`

. Where the random walk process enters
the network and where it jumps to is further controlled
by `type`

. Neighbors are always selected uniformly.

In contrast to fluency and `ffluency`

, returns the number of steps
required to produce a sequence of unique productions, rather than the
productions itself.

Integer vector containing the indices of the fluency productions. Indices refer to the row of the item in the original adjacency matrix. See get_adjlist.

Wulff, D. U., Hills, T., & Mata, R. (2018, October 29). Structural differences in the semantic networks of younger and older adults. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/s73dp

Goni, J., Martincorena, I., Corominas-Murtra, B., Arrondo, G., Ardanza- Trevijano, S., & Villoslada, P. (2010). Switcher-random-walks: A cognitive- inspired mechanism for network exploration. International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, 20(03), 913-922.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 | ```
# generate watts strogatz graph
network = grow_ws(n = 100, k = 10)
# count number of steps needed to create sequence
one_fluency_steps(get_adjlist(network), 10)
# count number of steps needed to create sequence
# with high jump probability
one_fluency_steps(get_adjlist(network), 10, pjump = .5)
``` |

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