Signal Detection: Mechanisms, Models, and Applications

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Fetterman. Experiment 3 and the preparation of this chapter were supported by a National Research Service Award postdoctoral fellowship (1 F32MH09306) from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to J. G. Fetterman, and by NIMH grant 1 R0I MH43233 to P. R. Killeen.

Thanks are extended to Michael Davison, Leon Dreyfus, Peter Killeen, and David MacEwen for comments on the manuscript. Peter Killeen generously provided laboratory space for some of the research reported in this chapter.

J. Gregor Fetterman is now at Department of Psychology, Indiana University- Purdue University at Indianapolis, 1125 East 38th St., Indianapolis, IN 46205.


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