**Proceedings of the First International Conference on Information Integration Theory and Functional Measurement**

Algom, D.

Functional measurement and perceptual independence

Anderson, N. H.

Unified science based on psychological laws

Anderson, N. H.

Comment on article of Vidotto and Vicentini

Ben-Nathan, M., & Algom, D.

The perceived magnitude of two-digit numbers: A functional measurement analysis

Corneli, E., & Vicovaro, M.

Intuitive cognitive algebra of sliding friction

Da Pos, O., & Basilari, A.

Factorial constraints of transparency

Dai Prà, M.

Test of Anderson’s model of numerical rating

de Sá Teixeira, N., & Oliveira, A.

Multidimensional quantitative semantics of pain: A nomothetic-idiographic approach through functional measurement

Fruchart, E., Rulence-Pâques, R., & Mullet, E.

Ecological validity test of laboratory studies of information integration

Geissler, H.-G.

Real-time integration in perceptual updating: The apparent vertical as a case of study

Hofmans, J., Mairesse, O., & Theuns, P.

An alternative for prescribed integration rules in testing the linearity of a response measure

Hommers, W.

Everyday judgmental schemes for punishment and recompense

Lafratta, A.

On the activation of information integration rules

Mairesse, O., Hofmans, J., De Valck, E., Cluydts, R., & Theuns, P.

On the linearity of subjective sleepiness measures

Marks, L. E., Elgart, B. Z., Burger, K., & Chakwin, E. M.

Human flavor perception: Application of information integration theory

Masin, S. C.

Functional measurement in physics

Oliveira, A., de Sá Teixeira, N., Oliveira, M., Breda, S. J., & da Fonseca, I.

Algebraic integration models of facial features of expression: A case made for pain

Petzold, P.

Assimilation and contrast – two effects of information integration

Schlottmann, A., & Anderson N. H.

Belief learning and revision studied with information integration theory

Scupola, N.

Additive law for emotional involvement

Shanteau, J., Pringle, L. R., & Andrews, J. A.

Why functional measurement is (still) better than conjoint measurement: Judgment of numerosity by children and adolescents

Theuns, P., Hofmans, J., & Verresen, N.

A functional measurement inquiry on the contribution of different life domains to overall subjective well-being

Van Acker, F., Theuns, P., Hofmans, J., & Mairesse, O.

Test of the effect of scale labels on response linearity

Vidotto, G. & Vicentini, M.

A general method for parameter estimation of averaging models

Weiss, D. J.

Extracting individual contributions to a team’s performance

Wilkening, F.

Demythifying three orthodox views of cognitive development via functional measurement