Trends in Mathematical Psychology
E. Degreef, J. Van Buggenhaut
Elsevier, Apr 1, 2000 - Psychology - 475 pages
This volume comprises a selection of the papers presented at the 14th European Mathematical Psychology Group Meeting, held in Brussels, and three invited lectures. Presented are results and developments in mathematical psychology, especially in the theory of perception and learning, order and measurement, and data analysis.
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