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The concept of replication is fundamental to the logicand rhetoric of science, including the argument that science is self-correcting.Yet there is very little literature on the methodology of replication. In thisarticle, I argue that the definition of replication should not requireunderlying...
Building on the stochastic theory of causal effects and latent state-trait theory, this article shows how a comprehensive analysis of the effects of interventions can be conducted based on latent variable models. The proposed approach offers new ways to evaluate the differential effects of...
Drawing valid inferences about daily or long-termdynamics of psychological constructs (e.g., depression) requires the measurementmodel (indicating which constructs are measured by which items) to be invariantwithin persons over time. However, it might be affected by time- orsituation-specific...
It is challenging to apply exploratory factor analysis(EFA) to event-related potential (ERP) data because such data are characterizedby substantial temporal overlap (i.e., large cross-loadings) between thefactors, and, because researchers are typically interested in the results ofsubsequent...
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