Time-order errors and standard-position effects in duration discrimination: An experimental study and an analysis by the sensation-weighting model

Åke Hellström & Thomas. H. Rammsayer
Studies have shown that the discriminability of successive time intervals depends on the presentation order of the standard (St) and the comparison (Co) stimuli. Also, this order affects the point of subjective equality. The first effect is here called the standard-position effect (SPE); the latter is known as the time-order error. In the present study, we investigated how these two effects vary across interval types and standard durations, using Hellström’s sensation-weighting model to describe the...
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