2014-Sep-16, 06:37:57

Here is a new draft. I have made most of the changes suggested by Chuck and Dalliard. A native speaker has corrected the language in the paper. I have added a table in the appendix with S factor scores in NO and DK. I have added another dataset with up to 3 imputations which results in N=67, but more uncertain data. Various other smaller changes.

Optimally, I'd like to switch to deterministic imputation so that my analyses are completely reproducible, but haven't found an easy way to do this in R so far. It will very likely make little difference to the predictive results which are already very strong (|.55| - |.78| for the fully imputed dataset NO, |.51| - |.71| for DK). They are also similar to the unimputed datasets for those variables with sufficient sampling size and variance.

Optimally, I'd like to switch to deterministic imputation so that my analyses are completely reproducible, but haven't found an easy way to do this in R so far. It will very likely make little difference to the predictive results which are already very strong (|.55| - |.78| for the fully imputed dataset NO, |.51| - |.71| for DK). They are also similar to the unimputed datasets for those variables with sufficient sampling size and variance.

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