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In [[psychophysics]] the '''ABX paradigm''' is an experimental procedure used in determining [[diference thresholds]].In this protocol two stimuli (A and B) are presented to subjects along with a third (X). Subjects are asked to say which of A or B it matches<ref>Coleman,A F (2006). Oxford Dictionary of Psychology, 2nd ed. Oxford:OUP. </ref>.
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In [[psychophysics]] the '''ABX paradigm''' is an experimental procedure used in determining [[difference thresholds]].In this protocol two stimuli (A and B) are presented to subjects along with a third (X). Subjects are asked to say which of A or B it matches<ref>Coleman,A F (2006). Oxford Dictionary of Psychology, 2nd ed. Oxford:OUP. </ref>.
   
   

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In psychophysics the ABX paradigm is an experimental procedure used in determining difference thresholds.In this protocol two stimuli (A and B) are presented to subjects along with a third (X). Subjects are asked to say which of A or B it matches[1].


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  1. Coleman,A F (2006). Oxford Dictionary of Psychology, 2nd ed. Oxford:OUP.

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