In our publication “Assessing the Evidence for Asymmetrical Switch Costs and Reversed Language Dominance Effects – A Meta-Analysis.” Table 10 reports estimates for the auxiliary analysis on cued language switching with short CTI. In the accompanying text of this table, we state that no language dominance effect was observed. However, this statement is wrong, because we did in fact observe a reversed language dominance effect as indicated by the estimates. Yet, this effect was only present in this analysis but in no other (main) analyses. This error was caused by an oversight and identified by an attentive reader. Follow-up analyses of this observation can be found in the auxiliary materials published on OSF https://osf.io/zjyqk/.
The authors have no competing interests to declare.
Gade, M., Declerck, M., Philipp, A. M., Rey-Mermet, A., & Koch, I. (2021). Assessing the Evidence for Asymmetrical Switch Costs and Reversed Language Dominance Effects – A Meta-Analysis. Journal of Cognition, 4(1), 55. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/joc.186