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Van de Schoot, R., Mulder, J., Hoijtink, H., Van Aken, M. A. G., Dubas, J. S., Orobio de Castro, B., Meeus, W., & Romeijn, J.-W. (2011). An introduction to Bayesian model selection for evaluating informative hypotheses. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 8(6), 713–729. doi:10.1080/17405629.2011.621799
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As correctly noted by Anouk van Dijk, there is a mistake in Equation 3 (p.719).
The value of the marginal likelihood for Model A should be 2.83e-67 instead of 5.71e-67. The resulting Bayes Factor is 0.064 instead of 0.031. In Equation 3, 0.064 should be used for BF_ba resulting in a Bayes Factor of 31.25 instead of 64.51. We regret that this mistake was made, but fortunately the overall conclusion was not affected.