Measuring, estimating, and understanding the psychometric function: A commentary

@article{Klein2001MeasuringEA,
  title={Measuring, estimating, and understanding the psychometric function: A commentary},
  author={Stanley A. Klein},
  journal={Perception & Psychophysics},
  year={2001},
  volume={63},
  pages={1421-1455}
}
The psychometric function, relating the subject’s response to the physical stimulus, is fundamental to psychophysics. This paper examines various psychometric function topics, many inspired by this special symposium issue ofPerception & Psychophysics: What are the relative merits of objective yes/no versus forced choice tasks (including threshold variance)? What are the relative merits of adaptive versus constant stimuli methods? What are the relative merits of likelihood versus up-down… CONTINUE READING

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