Psychophysical maps for subadditive dissimilarity ratings View Full Text


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DATE

1987-07

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Peter H. Schönemann, Alejandro Lazarte

ABSTRACT

Earlier findings on pairwise dissimilarity ratings of “flat” rectangles (Schonernann, Dorcey, & Kienapple, 1985) were replicated with a larger stimulus set, which included squares and “tall” rectangles. The data were again strongly subadditive and indicated systematic individual differences in judgment strategies. A metric for bounded response scales (MBR)with slightly reduced upper bound gave the best fit among several negatively accelerated response functions that might account for the subadditivity. Simple four-parameter psychophysical maps of the general formd=9 tanh (Σkakxk),k=1,4 (where thexk are simple functions of physical height and width, and theak parameters are of the order of .2)reproduced the 120 average ratings within each strategy group with squared etas in the high 90s. These results suggest that subjects use simple composition rules for rating dissimilarities of rectangles. The judgments can be explained without appeal to any global internal spatial representation of the stimuli solely in terms of the constraints of the pairwise rating task. (In an Appendix, the MBR is generalized tom>2 dimensions.) More... »

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342-354

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