Where is the noise in SDT pain assessment?


Many applications of sensory decision theory (SDT) to pain research have used discrimination as a measure of pain or sensory sensitivity. This belief is based on the classical SDT assumption that discrimination and criterion represent separation of sensory and decision processes. This assumed separation stems from a model where all noise or variability is… (More)


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@article{Coppola1983WhereIT, title={Where is the noise in SDT pain assessment?}, author={Richard Coppola and Richard H. Gracely}, journal={Pain}, year={1983}, volume={17 3}, pages={257-66} }