Comparison of indices of movement discrimination :Psychometric function, information theory, and signal detection analysis

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Lee, Kwee-Yum, Adams, Roger, Lee, Hae-Jung and Waddington, Gordon. (2012) Comparison of indices of movement discrimination :Psychometric function, information theory, and signal detection analysis. In C Leth-Steensen and J R Schoenherr (Ed.). 28th Meeting of the International Scoiety for Psychophysics. Canada: International Society of Psychophysics. pp. 24 - 29
AuthorsLee, Kwee-Yum, Adams, Roger, Lee, Hae-Jung and Waddington, Gordon
Year2012
JournalFechner Day 2012, Proceedings of the 28th Meeting of the International Scoiety for Psychophysics
PublisherInternational Society of Psychophysics
Page range24 - 29
Research GroupSports Performance, Recovery, Injury and New Technologies (SPRINT) Research Centre
Place of publicationCanada
EditorsC Leth-Steensen and J R Schoenherr
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