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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

Beneath all of these scaling techniques ...

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