Journal Article: A Thurstonian variant of the beta-binomial model for replicated difference tests (1998)

Abstract:
The beta-binomial model is combined with a Thurstonian psychometric function to obtain estimates of the parameters of a distribution applicable to replicated difference tests. A method of estimating the variance of d' obtained from these tests is provided. A formula for determining sample size, which is composed of the number of trials (or panelists) and the number of replications, to determine d' is also given.

This article appears as:
Bi, J. and Ennis, D. M.(1998). A Thurstonian variant of the beta-binomial model for replicated difference tests. Journal of Sensory Studies, 13(4), 461-466.

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