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The gestalt-expectation-error consists in the surprise felt by a gestalt oriented student of perception, when a perceptual phenomenon does not correspond to the expectations raised by a schematic application of gestalt laws. Some examples of such expectation-errors are presented and discussed. A...
The hypothesis is proposed that physiological and psychological reactions to noise are not independent from one another. 2 groups of Ss were exposed to an identical tape of interrupted white noise of 95 dB. For group A noise was the signal that they had made an error in a pseudo-tracking task;...
Contrary to what was expected, subjects overestimated the volume in heavier objects, when making estimations with no visual cues available (a “positive volume illusion”). This finding contradicts the result of Usnadze. He found, that the heavier of two spheres, equal in volume, was perceived as...
Several investigators have shown that diminished sinus arrhythmia can be seen as an indication of increased mental load. The present experiment deals with the influence of different levels of mental load, operationalized as the number of binary choices per minute, on the regularity of the heart...
In this paper we show, that multivariate information analysis can be used to separate pictures regarded as nice from pictures regarded as ugly. A picture may be considered as a set of pictureelements. Each pictureelement can be classified with regard to three variables, namely “vertical...
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