This influential treatise presents a mathematical analysis of
choice behavior. It begins with the statement of a general axiom,
then explores applications of the theory to substantive problems:
psychophysics, utility, and learning. Includes considerations of
the Fechnerian assumption and signal detectability theory; utility
theory; stochastic theories; more. 1959 edition.
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