Variability and sequential effects in magnitude production and estimation of auditory intensity

@inproceedings{Green1977VariabilityAS,
  title={Variability and sequential effects in magnitude production and estimation of auditory intensity},
  author={David Michael Green and R. Duncan Luce and Joseph E. Duncan},
  year={1977}
}
Magnitude production and estimation data from the same subjects are analyzed in three ways. The coefficient of variation of the ratio of successive responses (numbers in estimation. SPL in production) are compared; both exhibit, as a function of stimulus difference, the V-shaped pattern previously found in estimation data. A multiple regression of responses on the stimulus and on these events of the previous trial exhibit similar patterns, although the effects of the previous trial in… CONTINUE READING
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