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Topic: Slope above 1 in zROC in SDT (Signal Detection Theory)
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Re: Slope above 1 in zROC in SDT (Signal Detection Theory)
Posted: May 30, 2006 1:51 PM
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Unequal means diffrent than one - usually meaning lower than one.

The dual-process theories (applying SDT to memory) disagree that a
slope diffrent than 1 means unequal variance. They claim that a process
behaving in a non SDT manner is involved.




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