MLCM: Maximum Likelihood Conjoint Measurement

Conjoint measurement is a psychophysical procedure in which stimulus pairs are presented that vary along 2 or more dimensions and the observer is required to compare the stimuli along one of them. This package contains functions to estimate the contribution of the n scales to the judgment by a maximum likelihood method under several hypotheses of how the perceptual dimensions interact.

AuthorKen Knoblauch [aut, cre], Laurence T. Maloney [aut]
Date of publication2014-02-12 09:34:40
MaintainerKen Knoblauch <>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)

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