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A Theory of Psychological Scaling

Clyde H. Coombs


This monograph describes the construction of a psychological theory that defines the information contained in the responses of individuals to stimuli. This has been accomplished by abstracting certain properties of behavior that are invariant over content. These have been classified and quantified in a theory of data that, with the quasi-formal basis hypothesized here, determines the genotypic inferences that may be made from manifest behavior.

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