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Tutorials in Contemporary Nonlinear Methods for the Behavioral Sciences Web Book

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This PDF web book is available either as a 28MB download or individual chapters. Each chapter may be downloaded as an individual file with bookmarks to other chapters. These bookmarks will download and open the requested chapter. A plug-in may be necessary to view these PDF files and is available from the NSF Help Center.

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Tutorials in Contemporary Nonlinear Methods for the Behavioral Sciences (28MB)
Edited by M.A. Riley & G. C. Van Orden

M. A. Riley & G. C. Van Orden

Chapter 1. Why nonlinear methods?
C. Carello & M. Moreno

Chapter 2. Recurrence quantification analysis of nonlinear dynamical systems
C. L. Webber, Jr., & J. P. Zbilut

Chapter 3. Application of recurrence quantification analysis: Influence of cognitive activity on postural fluctuations
G. L. Pellecchia & K. Shockley

Chapter 4. Cross recurrence quantification of interpersonal postural activity
K. Shockley

Chapter 5. Introduction to fractals
L. S. Liebovitch &. L. A. Shehadeh

Chapter 6. Gauging the fractal dimension of cognitive performance
J. G. Holden

Chapter 7. 1/f dynamic in complex visual search: Evidence for self-organized criticality in human perception
D. J. Aks

Chapter 8. Categorization and learning in speech perception as dynamical processes
B. Tuller

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