Dec 8, 1967

Successiveness discrimination as a two-state, quantal process

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A B Kristofferson

Abstract

The duration of the "psychophysical time quantum" measured through the application of a two-state model of successiveness discrimination is equal in magnitude to the modal zero-crossing interval of the alpha rhythm. The two quantities have similar distributions and they are correlated over individuals.

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Mind-Body Relations (Physiology)
Discrimination (Process of Differentiation)
Brain
Visual Perception
Quantum
Auditory Perception
Alpha Rhythm
Electroencephalogram

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