## What is/are Psychometric Function?

Psychometric Function - In the touch screen orienting task, unilateral SC inactivation significantly increased bias toward the ipsilateral side, as measured by response frequency in various experimental conditions, and a very large left-shift of a respective psychometric function.^{[1]}, psychometric function ranging from 0 to 1 and the spread of the curve corresponds to the threshold, which is often a parameter of interest for many fitted psychometric functions).

^{[2]}Furthermore, the psychometric function for the detection of delays was determined for an example condition and linked to model predictions, showing that delay detection can be well predicted from spectral artefacts.

^{[3]}Psychometric function slopes were calculated for each word.

^{[4]}Students’ answers, equated and then analysed using the Rasch model, confirmed that different formulations affect students’ performances and thus the psychometric functionality of items, with discernible differences according to gender.

^{[5]}A minority of subjects (n = 8) did not provide meaningful data on changes in the experience of illusory depth with interocular difference in retinal illuminance and four subjects showed biases >±10% from the 50% point of subjective equality in the psychometric function.

^{[6]}One is that the stimulus corresponding to a certain level in individually set psychometric functions was selected as the training threshold.

^{[7]}Results from psychometric functions showed that, in the merged condition, the biases of each illusion summated (i.

^{[8]}We then use these simulations to compare two different methods by which two-alternative forced-choice data can be analyzed: (1) the “two-step” approach, where first psychometric functions are fitted and then statistical tests are performed over the parameters of these fitted psychometric functions; (2) an approach based on Generalized Linear Mixed Modeling (GLMM) that does not require the intermediary step of fitting psychometric functions.

^{[9]}Appropriateness of the test method was also evaluated by determining if there were age-related differences in training data, inter-rater reliability, or slope or upper asymptote estimates from pooled psychometric functions across different age groups.

^{[10]}Psychometric functions (PFs) relating d' performance to the difference in nominal values were obtained for the cues presented individually and in combination.

^{[11]}This study aimed to compare the psychometric functioning of the “Fatigue Severity Scale” (FSS) and the “Modified Fatigue Impact Scale” (MFIS) in our sample of people with MS.

^{[12]}The standard models probit and logit, and non-linear were fitted to the empirical psychometric functions.

^{[13]}We measured full psychometric functions in size-discrimination tasks in 12 participants with DD and 13 control participants.

^{[14]}Here, we further investigate whether participants can accurately generate summary representations of numerical value from digit sets and explore the effect of set size on their ability to do so, by comparing psychometric functions based on a numerical averaging task in which set size varied.

^{[15]}The proportion of correct responses for the AMEDA test showed the expected sigmoid shape of the psychometric function as signal strength increased.

^{[16]}Objective measure of perception with Weibull psychometric function revealed that PD has significantly lower accuracy [L: 60.

^{[17]}We estimated and analyzed horizontal and vertical detection thresholds by conducting a user study, fitting the data to two-dimensional psychometric functions, and visualizing the fitted 3D plots.

^{[18]}Psychometric function fits provided an estimate of the speed at which both test and reference stimuli were matched.

^{[19]}The proportion of correct responses for detecting the target at each eccentricity was obtained, and psychometric functions were fit to estimate the contrast threshold.

^{[20]}Individual psychometric functions were more variable for quality compared to intelligibility.

^{[21]}Then, using the method of constant stimuli and a standard 2AFC procedure, we obtained psychometric functions for gloss discrimination across a range of reflectance values derived from the perceptual scale.

^{[22]}Word recognition in noise was modelled with individual psychometric functions using a logistic fit with three parameters: the midpoint (SNRα), slope (β), and asymptotic word-recognition deficit at high SNR (λ).

^{[23]}We study a variant of the continuous multi-armed bandits problem, where the objective is to estimate the sensitivity threshold for an unknown psychometric function Ψ.

^{[24]}However, studies of sensory decision-making tend to characterize behavior in terms of a fixed psychometric function that is fit only after training is complete.

^{[25]}This study aimed to compare the psychometric functioning of the "Fatigue Severity Scale" (FSS) and the "Modified Fatigue Impact Scale" (MFIS) in our sample of people with MS.

^{[26]}Here, in n = 297 individuals, we demonstrate how item response theory (IRT), which provides information on psychometric functioning at both the item and test level, can be used to select negative and positive pictures for eliciting the late positive potential (LPP), a measure of emotional attention.

^{[27]}Psychometric functions were fitted to OMR contrast response functions to derive measures of contrast sensitivity (K), stimulus responsivity (Rmax), and stimulus selectivity (n).

^{[28]}Psychometric functions were fit to the data to determine the probe interval size that matched the reference interval.

^{[29]}Psychometric functions (d′-vs-target modulation depth) were measured for each masker under two conditions: a fixed (low-uncertainty/low-IM) condition, in which the masker was the same on all trials within a block, and a random (high-uncertainty/high-IM) condition, in which it varied randomly from presentation-to-presentation.

^{[30]}The characteristics of psychometric function were determined for all words using the logistic regression.

^{[31]}METHODS In random order, 20, 30, and 40% end-tidal nitrous oxide was administered to 12 participants while recording 32-channel electroencephalogram and psychometric function.

^{[32]}Since internal noise and guessing probabilities influence the shape of psychometric functions in different ways, they can be estimated simultaneously.

^{[33]}The accuracy of perceived motion direction was calculated from the responses fitted to the psychometric function curves to estimate how accurately and precisely the subjects can perceive rightward versus leftward motion (i.

^{[34]}In part 3, we describe those experimental conditions under which we ourselves have failed to observe forward entrainment, and provide new data on use of complex envelope patterns as entraining stimuli, show data on intersubject variability, and provide new findings on psychometric functions that characterize the strength of forward entrainment at different SNRs.

^{[35]}Based on the mean difference in the point of subjective equality derived from a psychometric function and pupil diameter, we found that temporal perception is influenced by the illusory brightness of glare stimuli.

^{[36]}It can also account for the shapes of the psychometric functions.

^{[37]}There is a broad literature in multiple-choice test development, both in terms of item-writing guidelines, and psychometric functionality as a measurement tool.

^{[38]}The RSB (difference in perceived speeds between matched linear and radial stimuli) was recovered from fitted psychometric functions.

^{[39]}Psychometric functions were fit to the data and "threshold ratios" were calculated as the ratio of tritan to protan or deutan thresholds.

^{[40]}Taking the vertical sinusoidal reversal gratings with different spatial frequencies and temporal frequencies as the visual stimuli, according to the psychometric function for visual acuity assessment, a self-adaptive procedure, the best parameter estimation by sequential testing algorithm, was used to calculate the spatial frequency sequence based on all the previous spatial frequencies and their significance of the SSVEP response.

^{[41]}, chance-level), and slope of the psychometric function for each location.

^{[42]}A psychometric function was obtained as a function of the velocity of the test.

^{[43]}Psychometric functions were fit to the recognition data and used to estimate thresholds (midway points on the function) and slopes for word and emotion recognition.

^{[44]}The effect of these factors on the segregation of naturally spoken sentences and synthesized vowels was largely eliminated in psychometric functions relating the performance of individual listeners to that of an ideal observer, d′ideal.

^{[45]}In two psychophysical experiments assessing manipulations of contrast and configurality we showed that: (1) Gestalt phenomena are robust against saliency manipulations across the psychometric function even below threshold (with the accuracy gains and higher saliency associated with Gestalts being present even around chance performance); and (2) peak differences between Gestalt and control conditions happened around the time where responses to Gestalts are starting to saturate (mimicking the differential contrast response profile of striate vs.

^{[46]}When presented with a range of intermediate samples they produced a psychometric function characterized by a bias and a scale parameter.

^{[47]}By using psychometric functions from both modalities, an equivalence model was established between vibrotactile displacement amplitude and electrical current amplitude.

^{[48]}Detection thresholds, reaction times (RT), and psychometric function slopes were calculated.

^{[49]}Crucially, the OPR model makes specific predictions on the effects of these mechanisms on visual perception, as assessed through the psychometric function.

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## Weibull Psychometric Function

Objective measure of perception with Weibull psychometric function revealed that PD has significantly lower accuracy [L: 60.^{[1]}This biological invariance is introduced by using 2 basic theorems: Allometric scaling and the Weibull psychometric function.

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## Full Psychometric Function

We measured full psychometric functions in size-discrimination tasks in 12 participants with DD and 13 control participants.^{[1]}and asked whether the benefit for part-stimuli held across the full psychometric function.

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## Fitted Psychometric Function

, psychometric function ranging from 0 to 1 and the spread of the curve corresponds to the threshold, which is often a parameter of interest for many fitted psychometric functions).^{[1]}The RSB (difference in perceived speeds between matched linear and radial stimuli) was recovered from fitted psychometric functions.

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## Individual Psychometric Function

Individual psychometric functions were more variable for quality compared to intelligibility.^{[1]}Word recognition in noise was modelled with individual psychometric functions using a logistic fit with three parameters: the midpoint (SNRα), slope (β), and asymptotic word-recognition deficit at high SNR (λ).

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## psychometric function slope

Psychometric function slopes were calculated for each word.^{[1]}Detection thresholds, reaction times (RT), and psychometric function slopes were calculated.

^{[2]}Psychometric function slopes were steeper for young children and older adults than for young adults when the masker was two-talker speech, but not when it was speech-shaped noise.

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