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An investigation of data collection methods for auditory stimuli: Paired comparisons versus a computer sorting task

Journal/Book: Behav Res Method Instrum Comp. 1996; 28: 1710 Fortview Rd, Austin, TX 78704. Psychonomic Soc Inc. 275-278.

Abstract: Two experiments were performed to determine whether a computer sorting task could be used to collect data for auditory stimuli. Within each experiment, subjects were assigned to either a paired comparison task or a computer sorting task. For the first experiment, the stimuli were 18 graph representations constructed to vary on three parameters (shape, frequency, and amplitude). The stimuli for the second experiment were 30 sentences produced by actors portraying five emotions (anger, fear, happiness, sadness, and neutral). Multidimensional scaling solutions were produced and comparisons were made between the paired comparison and computer sorting task in each experiment. The results suggest that the computer sorting task is a viable alternative to the paired comparison task traditionally used for the investigation of the perception of auditory stimuli.

Note: Article TL Bonebright, Depauw Univ, Dept Psychol, Greencastle, IN 46135 USA

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