Feeling and Hurting by Edward C. Carterette and Morton P. Friedman (Eds.)

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J. Pressure adaptation-time: A function of intensity and extensity. American Journal of Psychology, 1932, 44, 709-720. Chapter 2 BIOPHYSICS AND PSYCHOPHYSICS OF FEELING* DAN R. KENSHALO, SR. I. Tactile Sensitivity A. The Stimulus B. Absolute Thresholds C. Adaptation D. Scaling Touch Sensations E. Spatial Factors F. Temporal Factors G. Time and Space Interactions H. Active Touch II. Thermal Sensations A. The Stimulus B. Adaptation and Physiological Zero C. Absolute Threshold D. Scaling Thermal Sensations E.

Spatial summation on the forehead, forearm, and back produced by radiant and conducted heat. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1967, 63, 510-515. Kenshalo, D. , Holmes, C. , & Wood, P. B. Warm and cool thresholds as a function of rate of stimulus temperature change. Perception & Psychophysics, 1968, 3, 81-84. Knudsen, V. O. Hearing with the sense of touch. Journal of General Psychology, 1928, 1, 320-352. Lechelt, E. C. Some stimulus parameters of tactile numerousness perception.

Goff used frequencies matched in intensity to produce equally loud sensations, the latter two did not. Furthermore, Goff and Mountcastle et al. used full wave sinusoids whereas Franzén and Nordmark (1975, p. 480) used "half wave rectified sinusoids" of 2-msec duration. Such pulses emphasize the time intervals between them and may account for the apparently superior discriminative prowess of the skin in this study over that shown in the other two investigations. Other methodological considerations, such as the use of the method of adjust- T 1 I 2 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 r- 8 16 32 64 128 256 FREQUENCY (F) (Hz) FIG.

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