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https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1czrXmJuxvwalDwNDLHIvt64QqNb8cSTahEEK8DIiQPM/edit?usp=sharing

the study: "right and left visual hemifields and duration of the presented stimulus were manipulated using a brief lexical decision task (differentiating words from non-words) using emotional and neutral words. (and non-words but we are ignoring that in terms of data analysis) To measure lexical decision, participant’s reaction time and accuracy of each stimulus response were analyzed." enter image description here I just need suggestions/reassurance that this makes sense how I ran it in R??? Should I try a different approach or?

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  • $\begingroup$ The data spread sheet is kind of confusing, but each row is a participant, each col. is a specific word and presentation, and each cell gives that subjects reaction time in response to that specific stimulus. $\endgroup$ – Kaylee Grissom Dec 6 '18 at 3:58
  • $\begingroup$ It's pretty unclear what you are trying to do. Is your question to what extent ER varies linearly for linearly increasing or decreasing levels of NR, EL or NL? $\endgroup$ – Björn Dec 6 '18 at 4:49

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