Journal Article: A general model for preferential and triadic choice in terms of central F distribution functions (1994)

Abstract:
A model for preferential and triadic choice is derived in terms of weighted sums of central F distribution functions. This model is a probabilistic generalization of Coombs’ (1964) unfolding model and special cases, such as the model of Zinnes and Griggs (1974), can be derived easily from it. This new form extends previous work by Mullen and Ennis (1991) and provides more insight into the same problem that they discussed.

This article appears as:
Ennis, D. M. and Johnson, N. L. (1994). A general model for preferential and triadic choice in terms of central F distribution functions. Psychometrika, 59(1), 91-96.

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