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Scaling in psychophysics is a general term for various methods used to assign values to aspects of peoples experience. With the values assigned statistical testing then becomes possible. There are a variety of approaches adopted, these include:
- Interval scaling
- Ratio scaling
- Nonmetric scaling
- Reber A.S. & Reber E.S (2001) Dictionary of psychology. Penguin. London.