Experimental Studies of Methods of Measurement
The studies reported here are primarily concerned with the comparative adequacy of various data collection procedures employed to measure sensory thresholds. In addition, the studies provide evidence concerning systematic differences in threshold data correlated with the use of various data-collection procedures. The data also provide evidence concerning the quantitative character of psychophysical data and the general time order of variability in the threshold.
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