This project serves as an umbrella for any work I’ve done that is on methodology (e.g. testing or validating a method, empirically evaluating how well certain methods perform for solving certain problems), work in which I have developed novel methods for testing research questions, or any work of mine that has important methodological implications for how we conduct linguistic research.
Kimball, A., Shantz, K., Eager, C., Roy, J. (2018). Confronting quasi-separation in logistic mixed effects for linguistic data: A Bayesian approach. JQL.
Shantz, K., Tanner, D. (2017). Talking out of order: Task order and retrieval of grammatical gender and phonology in lexical access. LCN.
Kimball, A., Shantz, K., Eager, C., Roy, J. (2016). Beyond maximal random effects for logistic regression: Moving past convergence problems. Unpublished Manuscript.