Pair Clustering Data in Klauer (2006)
Response frequencies of 63 participants who took part in a pair-clustering experiment.
A data frame containing 126 observations on 8 variables.
Trial number, 1 or 2.
Number of pairs recalled adjacently.
Number of pairs recalled non-adjacently.
Number of single pair members recalled.
Number of non-recalled pairs.
Number of recalled singleton words.
Number of non-recalled singleton words.
Klauer (2006) reports a pair-clustering experiment with 63 participants, who were presented with ten pairs of related words and five unrelated singleton words. In a later memory test, they freely recalled the presented words. This procedure was repeated for two study and test trials. For pairs, responses were classified into four categories: both words in a pair are recalled adjacently (E1) or non-adjacently (E2), one word in a pair is recalled (E3), neither word in a pair is recalled (E4); for singletons, into two categories: word recalled (F1), word not recalled (F2).
Stahl C, Klauer KC (2007). HMMTree: A Computer Program for Latent-Class Hierarchical Multinomial Processing Tree Models. Behavior Research Methods, 39, 267–273.
Klauer KC (2006). Hierarchical Multinomial Processing Tree Models: A Latent-Class Approach. Psychometrika, 71, 1–31.
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