By Ehtibar N. Dzhafarov Hans Colonius
Contents: A.A.J. Marley, Foreword. E.N. Dzhafarov, H. Colonius, typical Minimality: A basic legislations of Discrimination. E.N. Dzhafarov, H. Colonius, Reconstructing Distances between items From Their Discriminability. R.D. Luce, R. Steingrimsson, international Psychophysical Judgments of depth: precis of a concept and Experiments. J. Zhang, Referential Duality and Representational Duality within the Scaling of Multidimensional and Infinite-Dimensional Stimulus area. J.D. Balakrishnan, aim research of type habit: functions to Scaling. J.T. Townsend, J. Aisbett, J. Busemeyer, A. Assadi, basic acceptance conception and method for Dimensional Independence on uncomplicated Cognitive Manifolds.
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2004). Dual scaling of comparison and reference stimuli in multidimensional psychological space. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 48, 409—424. , & Colonius, H. (2000). Testing a new theory of Fechnerian scaling: The case of auditory intensity discrimination. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 108, 2596. Zinnes, J. , & MacKay, D. B. (1983). Probabilistic multidimensional scaling: Complete and incomplete data. Psychometrika, 48, 27—48. 2 Reconstructing Distances Among Objects from Their Discriminability Ehtibar N.
The selective attribution of Px and Qy to x and y; respectively, is understood in the meaning explicated in Dzhafarov (2003c): one can ﬁnd mutually independent random entities C; C1 ; C2 ; whose distributions do not depend on either x or y; such that Px = ¼ (x; C; C1 ) ; Qy = µ (y; C; C2 ) ; (3) where ¼; µ are some measurable functions. In other words, Px and Qy depend on x and y selectively, and their stochastic interdependence is due to a common source of variability, C. The latter may represent, for example, random ﬂuctuations in the arousal or attention level, or in receptive ﬁelds’ sensitivity proﬁles.
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