From methodology to data analysis: Prospects for the N = 1 intrasubject design

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (2):264-266 (2004)
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The target article is important not only for black-box studies, but also for those interested in tracing cognitive processing and/or subjective experience. I provide two examples taken from my own research. I then proceed to discuss how best to analyze data from the n = 1 study, which has a factorial design
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