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Ratio Scaling of Psychological Magnitude: In Honor of the Memory of S.S. Stevens

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Stanley J. Bolanowski (Author, Author) and Jr., Stanley J. Bolanowski (Editor)

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Format: EPUB

Page count: 336 pages

File size: 8.6 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English


Presenting the proceedings of a conference held at Syracuse University in honor of S.S. Stevens, a pioneer in the scaling of sensory magnitudes and the originator of the method of magnitude estimation, this volume brings together the work of 20 authorities on the procedures of ratio scaling. These experts–psychophysicists, physiologists, and theoreticians–offer their views on whether or not psychological magnitudes can be measured and whether the judgments of psychological magnitudes constitute the basis for the construction of a ratio scale. Also discussed is the question of whether any single method could stand out as a potential standard technique for measuring psychological magnitudes.

Presenting the proceedings of a conference held at Syracuse University in honor of S.S. Stevens, a pioneer in the scaling of sensory magnitudes and the originator of the method of magnitude estimation, this volume brings together the work of 20 authorities on the procedures of ratio scaling. These experts–psychophysicists, physiologists, and theoreticians–offer their views on whether or not psychological magnitudes can be measured and whether the judgments of psychological… (more)

Presenting the proceedings of a conference held at Syracuse University in honor of S.S. Stevens, a pioneer in the scaling of sensory magnitudes and the originator of the method of magnitude estimation, this volume brings together the work of 20 authorities on the procedures of ratio scaling. These experts–psychophysicists, physiologists, and theoreticians–offer their views on whether or not psychological magnitudes can be measured and whether the judgments of psychological magnitudes constitute the basis for the construction of a ratio scale. Also discussed is the question of whether any single method could stand out as a potential standard technique for measuring psychological magnitudes.

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