Modelling and Simulating Judgments of Frequency

In a typical experiment for the intuitive judgment of frequencies (JoF) different stimuli with different frequencies are presented. The participants consider these stimuli with a constant duration and give a judgment of frequency. These judgments can be simulated by formal models: PASS 1 and PASS 2 based on Sedlmeier (2002, ISBN:978-0198508632), MINERVA 2 baesd on Hintzman (1984) and TODAM 2 based on Murdock, Smith & Bai (2001) . The package provides an assessment of the frequency by determining the core aspects of these four models (attention, decay, and presented frequency) that can be compared to empirical results.


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0.1.0 by Markus Burkhardt, a year ago

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Authors: Markus Burkhardt [aut, cre]

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