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Two experiments were conducted to determine perceived similarities among psychophysical tasks. In Exp. I Ss first participated in five brightness-perception tasks: category estimation, magnitude estimation, absolute judgment, method of constant stimuli, and binary choice. At the conclusion of...
Methods for the measurement of time-errors (TEs) in the comparison of successive stimulus magnitudes are discussed. Combining a Thurstonian scaling method with the assumption of a fixed subjective width of the “equal” category, independent of stimulus level, a ratio scale for subjective...
Two experiments were conducted to test a model of how Ss perceive the similarities among different psychophysical tasks. The model states that task similarity depends upon the relative perceived accuracy demand (PAD) of each task, where PAD is the perceived number of different stimuli divided by...
A new functional response competition model to describe the cognitive processes underlying the Stroop phenomenon is proposed. The main challenge for any explanation is the asymmetry of the conflict, i.e. the fact that the meaning of the color word disturbs naming the color of an incongruent...
Four split-brain monkeys showing EEG evidence of secondary discharges were trained to make tactile discriminations. No impairment in learning was found for the hand contralateral to the secondary hemisphere. This supports the view that epileptic discharges in the absence of cortical damage are...
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