Encompassing Prior Based Model Selection for Inequality Constrained Analysis of Variance
In Chapter 2, three psychological datasets with competing, informative hypotheses were introduced. For instance, with respect to the Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) data of Huntjens, two competing theories about interidentity amnesia were presented . Some believe that information provided to one identity cannot be retrieved by another identity of the DID-patient; that is, there is no transfer of information between identities.
KeywordsModel Selection Prior Distribution Marginal Likelihood Unconstrained Model Prior Density
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