method of absolute judgement

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In psychophysics, a procedure in which judgements are made without any explicit standards of comparison, as when an observer is asked to rate a sound for loudness on a scale from 0 to 100. Also called the method of single stimuli. Compare method of comparative judgement.

Subjects: Psychology.

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