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Re: Dprime and false alarm rates
Kala Lakshminarayanan said:
> Has anyone had the
> problem of having false alarm rates that exceed the hit rate sometimes and
> not being able to calculate dprime?
You may want to check the nonparametric sensitivity and responsivity
measures, such as SI and RI (Frey and Collier 1973 Learn Motiv 4:327) or
A' and B'' (Grier 1971 Psychol Bull 75:424, see also Stanislaw and Todorov
1999 Behav Res Meth Instr Comput 31:13).
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