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Thurstone scaling is a covering term representing a series of three techniques developed by psychometrician Louis L. Thurstone during the 1920s. These scaling methods are commonly known as
The Method of Equal Appearing Intervals
The Method of Successive Intervals
The Method of Paired Comparisons
[Page 1126]Beneath all of these scaling techniques ...
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