Define the following terms in relation to signal detection theory: hit, miss, false alarm, and correct rejection. An individualâ€™s hit rate is .79 and correct-rejection rate is .71. Find out his/her miss rate and false alarm rate. Examine your individual sensitivity measures for each of the three conditions (144, 400, and 900 noise dots). Describe what these numbers indicate regarding your accuracy rates. Signal detection theory assumes that a signal is always accompanied by a certain amount of noise. Identify the â€œnoiseâ€ that was present when you completed the task. Explain how it affected your performance on the task. Identify at least two sources of noise for the detection of an audio signal. Name at least three jobs that require the employee to accurately detect signals to effectively do the job. This means that signal detection methods could be used to evaluate performance. Summarize at least two other research methods for measuring detection. Give your opinion on whether the signal detection theory is superior to these.