an experimental technique whereby stimuli are presented in ascending and descending magnitude until the participant cannot detect a change, hence finding the threshold value.

MINIMAL-CHANGE METHOD: "The minimal-change method involves changing the intensity of a stimulus until the participant realizes the change and therefore highlights the threshold level."
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