The scientific approach to any subject is characterized by the
process of constructing formal theories. The nature of scientific
statements requires that they can be reduced to concepts that have
either been defined, or can be linked to actual observations.
Unfortunately, at present few areas of psychology have been
developed to the extent that they satisfy this reduction
requirement. This book does, however, take the more rigorous areas
and explains them in a scientific framework. This volume focuses on
the methods of experimental psychology which can be described by
means of representational measurement, such as ordinal, extensive,
and additive conjoint, as well as certain forms of multidimensional
scaling. The emphasis is on sensation and perception.
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