Clyde H. Coombs

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University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Area:
Mathematical psychology
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Edward Chace Tolman grad student UC Berkeley (Neurotree)
Louis Leon Thurstone grad student 1937-1940 Chicago (Neurotree)
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Coombs CH, Cohen JL, Chamberlin JR. (1984) An empirical study of some election systems American Psychologist. 39: 140-157
Coombs CH, Lehner PE. (1984) Conjoint design and analysis of the bilinear model: An application to judgments of risk Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 28: 1-42
Coombs CH, Lehner PE. (1981) Evaluation of two alternative models for a theory of risk: I. Are moments of distributions useful in assessing risk? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 7: 1110-1123
Coombs CH, Donnel ML, Kirk DB. (1978) An experimental study of risk preference in lotteries Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 4: 497-512
Coombs CH, Avrunin GS. (1977) Single-peaked functions and the theory of preference Psychological Review. 84: 216-230
Coombs CH, Avrunin G. (1977) A theorem on single-peaked preference functions in one dimension Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 16: 261-266
Coombs CH, Huang LC. (1976) Tests of the betweenness property of expected utility Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 13: 323-337
McClelland GH, Coombs CH. (1975) Ordmet: A general algorithm for constructing all numerical solutions to ordered metric structures Psychometrika. 40: 269-290
Coombs CH. (1975) A note on the relation between the vector model and the unfolding model for preferences Psychometrika. 40: 115-116
Coombs CH, Smith JEK. (1973) On the detection of structure in attitudes and developmental processes Psychological Review. 80: 337-351
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