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Pierre Divenyi wrote:
>I would venture pointing out that (as they have shown) identification and
>can be regarded as esentially identical processes.

This is correct as detection and discrimination are simply  special cases of
identification where the number of stimuli is two.

Daniel J. Tollin, Ph.D.

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