Conditions for the representation of absolute judgment and pair comparison isosensitivity curves by cumulative distributions

@inproceedings{Marley1971ConditionsFT,
  title={Conditions for the representation of absolute judgment and pair comparison isosensitivity curves by cumulative distributions},
  author={Anthony A. J. Marley},
  year={1971}
}
Abstract Consider the data obtained from a series of absolute judgment and pair comparison experiments, the stimuli being “unidimensional” in some suitable sense. A number of models that have been proposed for the analysis of such data have the following common foundation: repeated presentations of a particular stimulus lead to a (univariate) distribution of sensory effects, and changes in a subject's behavior under fexed stimulating, but different motivating, conditions are due to changes in… CONTINUE READING