Measuring single-item identification efficiencies for letters and 3-D objects.

Abstract

Identification thresholds and the corresponding efficiencies (ideal/human thresholds) are typically computed by collapsing data across an entire stimulus set within a given task in order to obtain a "multiple-item" summary measure of information use. However, some individual stimuli may be processed more efficiently than others, and such differences are not… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/s13428-013-0417-z

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@article{Eidels2014MeasuringSI, title={Measuring single-item identification efficiencies for letters and 3-D objects.}, author={Ami Eidels and Jason S Gold}, journal={Behavior research methods}, year={2014}, volume={46 3}, pages={722-31} }