Absolute Judgment

Absolute Judgment

a psychophysical judgment in which a single stimulus is placed in a particular category (e.g., bright, loud), as opposed to one in which several stimuli are compared to one another or to a given standard (e.g., brighter, louder). Compare comparative judgment.

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