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Norm and context : Dichotomization of stimuli and response scales influences context effects in absolute judgments. Range effects, which are contextual effects on perceptual judgments, can be subject to a limitation when a dichotomous pre-established norm is available. These limitations, initially observed by Marsh and Parducci (1978) , consist of a neutral-point anchoring and of a symmetrization of the subjective range. Four experiments show that these limitations 1/ do not cancel the usualdoi:10.3406/psy.2000.28626 fatcat:piz7bfz55vck5px2jkg7z5dizu