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Strength theory and confidence ratings in recall

Strength theory and confidence ratings in recall

Abstract

Reports that the reasoning of a previous study by H. A. Bernbach , which found that strength theory cannot account for the observed invariance of Type 2 receiver operating characteristic curves with respect to the probability of a correct response, was incorrect. A Monte Carlo simulation of strength theory and confidence ratings was run. Results indicate, as before, that strength theories relating confidence to strength cannot predict this invariance.
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