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The purpose of the present experiment was to analyse the metric of haptic space. The subjects were shown a goal-point, after having felt the sides of a right triangle with differing lengths. The subjects were then required to estimate the position of the goal-point in one of two ways, either...
This study examines the purposive-causal use of IF in inducements (conditional threats and promises). It is shown that subjects are sensitive to the relations obtaining among conditional threats and promises phrased in IF, AND, and OR, and to the inferences that may be drawn from conditional...
When ambulatory subjects wear prisms with bases vertically opposed before the two eyes, the direction of the after-effect measured on a localization task shows that there is a bias favouring selection of the field which contains more of the floor. Subjects allowed differential views of the floor...
Two different explanations of the masking phenomenon with simple structured stimuli have been discussed in the literature: The summation hypothesis and the interruption hypothesis. The summation hypothesis maintains that the images of quickly succeeding stimuli superimpose and build up one...
A Movement After-Effect (MAE) observed on a structured test figure contains generally two successive phases. The initial one is non-contingent upon the test figure and is assumed to result from an adaptation process. The second phase is shown to be contingent upon the features of the test figure...
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