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In psychophysics, a technique for measuring sensations on an interval scale by having the observer repeatedly select or adjust a stimulus until it appears to be exactly half-way between two others. It is a form of the method of equal-appearing intervals. See also indirect scaling.

Subjects: Psychology.

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