Browse Dept. of Psychology by Contributor "David Budescu"
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Choosing Between the Fixed-, Random-, and Mixed-Effects Model in Meta-Analysis: An Analysis of Existing and New Model Selection Methods (2004)The purpose of this thesis is to examine various model selection methods in the context of meta-analysis. Four different models are commonly thought to describe the structure underlying a collection of effect size estimates, ...
(2000)Dominance analysis is a procedure that determines, for each pair of predictors in the general linear (for example, multiple regression) model, the relative importance based on differences between the R2 values of relevant ...
Necessary and Sufficient Criticality in a Minimal Cooperating Set Dilemma: A Revised Application of Prospect Theory (1997)Two studies test competing predictions for cooperativeness in a step-level dilemma from five hypotheses derived from models of Expected Utility, fairness, fear and greed, and two approaches of Prospect Theory. Participants, ...
(2004)While Cognitive Diagnostic Models, CDMs, can be useful in the analysis and interpretation of existing tests, little has been developed to specify how one might construct a good test using aspects of the CDMs. This paper ...