Just noticeable difference (JND) refers to the sensation that results if a change in stimulus intensity exceeds the differential threshold; any noticeable difference in a stimulus. Just noticeable difference (JND) is a term coined by Fechner that refers to the internal sensation evoked by one difference threshold and the basic unit defining an internal psychological scale. Please see also Differential threshold.

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