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Rejoinder: combining speed and accuracy to assess error-free cognitive processes

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Correspondence to Mark E. Glickman.

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Glickman, M.E., Gray, J.R. & Morales, C.J. Rejoinder: combining speed and accuracy to assess error-free cognitive processes. Psychometrika 70, 431–432 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11336-004-1216-3

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  • Public Policy
  • Cognitive Process
  • Statistical Theory