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    How to build a binomial mixed model?

    I have data whose structure is seen in the image below. You see one participant's responses in the second row. M1-4 through F3-6 are trials in which a binary response was made (participant chose one of two stimuli presented on the screen). These were M(ale) and F(emale) stimuli. 1 through...
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    Multiple Comparison of Percentages from Binary Within-Subjects Reponse Trials

    I've searched quite a bit and I think the right answer is Cochran's Q as an omnibus followed by McNemar's tests if the former is significant. Both can be done easily with R or other software. McNemar's has various versions whose descriptions I didn't find very simple and clear. Most recently...
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    Multiple Comparison of Percentages from Binary Within-Subjects Reponse Trials

    I have searched and read a lot about this but I'm still unsure which test is suitable for the following situation. Data come from a few hundred participants who saw, in each of several trials, a pair of stimuli and made a binary judgment (indicating which stimulus in the pair has a certain...