Les mathématiques utilisées en psychologie mathématique

R. D. Luce

Mathématiques et Sciences Humaines (1965)

  • Volume: 13, page 23-39
  • ISSN: 0987-6936

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Luce, R. D.. "Les mathématiques utilisées en psychologie mathématique." Mathématiques et Sciences Humaines 13 (1965): 23-39. <http://eudml.org/doc/93985>.

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