Signal Detection: Mechanisms, Models, and Applications

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

I am indebted to Dr. Kenneth Fuld for incisive comments on an earlier draft of this paper, and for many discussions of the relations between behavioral and sensory psychology.


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