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ELEMENTS the PSYCHOPHYSICS 02 English Gustav Theodor Fechner.pdf


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XVIII. The negative sensory values in particular. Representation of the contrast
between the sensation of warmth and cold.
XIX. Reference passage of stimulus and sensation.
XX. Summation of sensations.
XXI. Distributional relations of sensation.
XXII. Distinction between sensory differences and contrast sensations.
XXIII. The difference formula.
XXIV. The difference measure formula.
XXV. Apply the difference measure formula to the estimate of the star sizes.
XXVI. The higher difference measure formulas.
XXVII.The layer formulas. Application of the same to the assessment of the ratios of
constant errors.
XXVIII. Remarks on the measurement methods of sensitivity.
XXIX. Relationship between contrast sensations and sensation sums.
XXX. Question about sensory products. Relationship between height, strength and
periodic element in the tone scale
.
XXXI. Generalization of the measure principle of sensation.
XXXII.The oscillatory stimuli in general. Attempt of an elementary construction of
the measure of sensation.
a) Preliminary discussion.
b) General course of the investigation.
c) Overview of terms used in the following.
d) equations for the oscillations, which are based on below.
e) Formulas and results that emerge from the study.
f) Derivation of the formulas.
g) More general considerations.
Special investigations on some sensory areas.
XXXIII. About sensations of light and sound in relation to each other.
a) On the limits of the visibility of the colors and the causes of the
limitation of this visibility.
b) Points of agreement and difference between the areas of sensation
of light and sound.
c) assumptions that seem necessary to explain the previous points of
agreement and diversity.
XXXIV. About extensive sensations in particular.