New Developments in Psychological Choice Modeling

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G. de Soete, H. Feger, K.C. Klauer
Elsevier, Sep 18, 1989 - Psychology - 355 pages
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A selection of 15 papers on choice modeling are presented in this volume. These papers result from research in the social and behavioral sciences and in economics. The models, some deterministic, some probabilistic, represent recent developments in the tradition of Thurstone's Law of Comparative Judgement, Coombs' unfolding theory and multidimensional scaling. The theoretical contributions and several applications to voting behaviour, consumer research and preference rankings show the important progress made in psychological choice modeling during the last few years.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Chapter 1 Order invariant unfolding analysis under smoothness restrictions
3
Chapter 2 An analytical approach to unfolding
33
A general unfolding methodology for the analysis of preferencedominance data
57
Chapter 4 Maximum likelihood undimensional unfolding for a probilistic model without distributional assumptions
77
Chapter 5 Latent class models for the analysis of rankings
99
Chapter 6 The wandering ideal point model for analyzing paired comparisons data
123
Chapter 7 Analysis of covariance structures and probabilistic binary choice data
139
Chapter 9 Probabilistic multidimensional analysis of preference ratio judgments
177
Chapter 10 Testing probabilistic choice models
207
Chapter 11 On the axiomatic foundations of unfolding with an application to political party preferences of German voters
221
A prestige ladder for technical occupations
237
Chapter 14 Probabilistic multidimensional scaling models for analyzing consumer choice behavior
291
Author index
339
Subject index
347
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Chapter 8 Two classes of stochastic tree unfolding models
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