Weber's law

noun
We·ber's law | \ ˈweb-ərz- , ˈvā-bərz- \

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: an approximately accurate generalization in psychology: the smallest change in the intensity of a stimulus capable of being perceived is proportional to the intensity of the original stimulus

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