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2. _____________ refers to the smallest change in sensation that can be detected at least 50% of the time. a. Adaptation b. Weber’s Law c. Difference Threshold d. Absolute Threshold
The Difference Threshold refers to the smallest change in sensation that can be detected at least 50% of the time.
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