method of equal-appearing intervals

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Any method of psychophysical scaling in which an observer adjusts the differences between stimuli, or chooses stimuli from a set, so that the differences between the magnitudes of the stimuli appear equal, thereby producing an interval scale. A Thurstone scale is a special form of equal-appearing interval scale. See also method of bisection.

Subjects: Psychology.

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