A long-standing problem in sensory has been the absence of sensitive testing methods when the nature of the difference is not known. It has been a remarkable year for the Tetrad test in terms of providing a reasonable solution to this problem. Consequently, the journal Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Chambers, has graciously asked me to write a summary of the many developments that have occurred with respect to this promising method of unspecified sensory difference testing. Because developments always are made possible by the energy of individuals acting together, I thought it would be appropriate to mention the many people who have contributed in various ways to “The Year of the Tetrad.”
This article appears as:
Ennis, J. M. (In Press) The year of the tetrad test. Journal of Sensory Studies.
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