Subjective Panel Testing

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Baker, Robert A.   (1962, ASQC)   The Franklin Institute

Industrial Quality Control    Vol. 19    No. 3
QICID: 4646    September 1962    pp. 22-28
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Article Abstract

Subjective testing considerations are examined including: selection, training, size and motivation of panels; test methods; physical factors; person-person and person-stimuli interactions; appropriate scoring methods; and statistical procedures.

Keywords

Measurement and control


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