Journal Articles: Thurstonian models for variants of the method of tetrads (1998)

Abstract:
Variants of the method of tetrads are discussed and their psychometric functions are both derived and presented in table form. For the first variant, the Unspecified method, subject response is correct provided that the subject, when presented with two stimuli form one set and two stimuli from a second set, correctly segregates the four stimuli into their two appropriate groups. In the second variant, the Specified method, subject response is correct provided that the subject, when presented with two  stimuli from one set and two stimuli from a second set, correctly discerns the two strongest stimuli.

This article appears as:
Ennis, J. M., Ennis, D. M., Yip, D. and O’Mahony, M. (1998). Thurstonian models for variants of the method of tetrads. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 51(2), 205-215.

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