# Calculating 95% confidence intervals for d primes based on mAFC experiment (Imran Dhamani )

```Subject: Calculating 95% confidence intervals for d primes based on mAFC experiment
From:    Imran Dhamani  <imrandhamani@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Sat, 17 Mar 2012 19:41:15 +0800
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Dear All,
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ld calculate 95% confidence intervals for group d primes obtained from a 5 =
AFC experiment. Would this be any different than calculating them for a yes=
/no experiment ?=20

Regards,
Imran

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