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Growth curve analysis

Target fixation proportions for two within-participants conditions (high vs. low word frequency) modeled with third-order orthogonal polynomials.
Individual differences in cohort and rhyme competition among people with aphasia and age-matched controls (Mirman et al., 2011), modeled with fourth-order orthogonal polynomials.
Individual differences in the time course of activation of function and thematic semantic knowledge in 17 participants with left hemisphere stroke (Kalenine, Mirman, & Buxbaum, 2012).
Novel word learning in two between-participants conditions (high vs. low transitional probability; based on Mirman et al., 2008) modeled using second-order orthogonal polynomial.
Hands-on introductions to using GCA to analyze longitudinal or time course data.
One-day GCA workshop (Rutgers University, May 2020).
Two-day GCA workshop (Tallinn University, November 2019).
Two-day GCA workshop with a particular focus on eye-tracking data (Göttingen, March 2018).