Psychological Bias in Attribute Sampling


Toulouse, Julian H.   (1958, ASQC)   Owens-Illinois Glass Co.

Industrial Quality Control    Vol. 14    No. 12
QICID: 4327    June 1958    pp. 5-12
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Article Abstract

This article deals with the psychological bias of inspectors when sampling by attributes is in use. It approaches the problem on the basis of kinds of bias, how to discover if bias is present and to what degree, the theory of bias, simulated inspection procedures, and the effect of borderline conditions.


Statistical process control (SPC),Managerial applications

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