FUNCTIONAL EQUATIONS IN THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES^1

 ACZEL Janos
 DEPARTMENT OF PURE MATHEMATICS, UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO

 FALMAGNE JeanClaude
 INSTITUTE FOR MATHEMATICAL BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES, SSP, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA

 LUCE R. Duncan
 INSTITUTE FOR MATHEMATICAL BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES, SSP, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
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Author(s)

 ACZEL Janos
 DEPARTMENT OF PURE MATHEMATICS, UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO

 FALMAGNE JeanClaude
 INSTITUTE FOR MATHEMATICAL BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES, SSP, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA

 LUCE R. Duncan
 INSTITUTE FOR MATHEMATICAL BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES, SSP, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Journal

 Mathematica japonicae

Mathematica japonicae 52(3), 469512, 20001101
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