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Discusses the problem of combining several elementary detectors by the extreme decision rule of responding "no" only when all elementary detectors respond "no" and "yes" otherwise. The question of which psychometric functions for the detectors have the property that the resulting psychometric...
Proposes 3 models concerned with the behavior of Ss estimating 2 successive durations. The accepted model assumes that the subjective total duration (sum of 1st and 2nd durations) and the 2nd duration are each accumulated in a separate sensory register. 5 experiments conducted with a total of 12...
Applied functional measurement and A. Parducci's (1974) range-frequency theory to the analysis of an iterative technique for category ratings propounded by S. S. Stevens. Range-frequency theory is shown to provide a theoretical foundation for the iterative technique that is testable. It also...
Discusses the logic of masking experiments and other experiments employing a similar temporal paradigm. Contrary to the usual theoretical assumptions, it is suggested that 3 classes of neurons could be responding, at least in some cases, to the 2 stimuli presented in such experiments. The 1st of...
Describes a theoretical framework whereby the action's endogenous attribution is linked with the inferences of intrinsic motivation, subjective freedom, and the action's underlying intention. The endogenous-exogenous distinction is proposed to replace the frequently invoked partition between the...
Presents a spreading-activation theory of human semantic processing, which can be applied to a wide range of recent experimental results. The theory is based on M. R. Quillian's (1967) theory of semantic memory search and semantic preparation, or priming. In conjunction with this, several...
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