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Factors influencing the speed of comparative judgements of symbolically-represented magnitude.

Terry L. Webb

Factors influencing the speed of comparative judgements of symbolically-represented magnitude.

by Terry L. Webb

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Published by Polytechnic of East London in London .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - Polytechnic of East London, Dept. of Psychology, 1989.

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Factors influencing the speed of comparative judgements of symbolically-represented magnitude. Thesis (Thesis) Find all citations by this author (default). Factors influencing the speed of comparative judgements of symbolically-represented magnitude. Author: Webb, Terry L. ISNI: Awarding Body: Council for National Academic Awards Current Institution: Open University Date of Award.

The role of categorization in judgments of relative magnitude was examined in five experiments. We focused on the bowed serial position effect: the propensity for items of extreme magnitude to be discriminated more readily than items of intermediate magnitude.

In Experiment 1, subjects categorized animals as large or by:   In case of complexes having the metal cation with the same oxidation states and the same number of d-electrons, the magnitude of for analogous complexes within a given group increases about 30% to 50% from 3d to 4d and by about the same amount from 4d to 5d.

(If the comparative were instead slower, the reference point would be the object with the lowest mean magnitude on the speed dimension.) Based on the selected reference point, the model computes the maximum possible distance from the reference point within the current context (i.e., the subjective range on the relevant dimension).

Abstract. We examine three determinants of the relationship between the magnitude of a stimulus and a person's subjective value of the stimulus: the process by which value is assessed (either by feeling or by calculation),the evaluability of the relevantmagnitude variable (whether the desirability of a given level of that variable can be evaluated independently), and the mode of evaluation Cited by: Regarding the first code, namely, analogue magnitude, there is a large body of evidence for shared behavioural characteristics of comparative judgements on symbolic numbers, e.g., Arabic, and.

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Simple physical factors, such as running out of a product, having a product or become obsolete, or unexpectedly needing a service can influence consumers' perception of the actual state. True. Comparative Scales -Involve the direct comparison of stimulus objects -Data must be interpreted in relative terms and have only ordinal or rank order properties.

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Many factors affect visual inspection accuracy (Megaw, ), including fatigue resulting from overloading the operator and under-loading the operator through boredom or monotony (Welford, ). When an operator is overloaded, actions can be confused and judgments may be by:. 1. Motivation.

Our daily routines are cluttered with intuitive trade-offs, judgments and decisions. Unfortunately, even in case that individuals are aware of the fact that there might be potential sources of misperceptions, intuitive behavior within routines may lead us to biased judgments (Gilovich et al.,Kahneman and Tversky,O'Donoghue and Rabin,Svenson,Tversky Cited by: 4.This chapter and the preceding one use the conceptual model presented in Chapter 1 (see Figure ) as a guide to understanding societal response to hazards and specified in that model, Chapter 3 discusses three sets of pre-disaster activities that have the potential to reduce disaster losses: hazard mitigation practices, emergency preparedness practices, and pre-disaster planning.Risk perception and risk management: a review.

While experts confine the tenn risk to a combination of magnitude and probability of adverse effects, lay persons associate with risk a variety Author: Ortwin Renn.