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Shinobi Shinobi
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The discrimination of a stimulus from background noise and the decision that the stimulus is present combine in the view known as
a. top-down processing.
b. just noticeable difference.
c. Weber’s Law.
d. signal detection theory.
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Correct: Both the sensation of a stimulus from background stimuli, and the decision that the signal does, in fact, exist are required for a signal to be detected. This combination of elements comprises signal detection theory.
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