magnitude production

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A psychophysical technique in which an observer adjusts a variable stimulus until it stands in some prescribed relation of magnitude to a standard stimulus, as when an observer adjusts a sound stimulus until it appears equal in loudness, twice as loud, or half as loud as a comparison sound. Also called the production method. See also cross-modal matching. Compare magnitude estimation.

Subjects: Psychology.

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