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|Tipo de material:||Recurso en Internet|
|Tipo de documento:||Libro/Texto, Recurso en Internet|
|Todos autores / colaboradores:||
Ernst Heinrich Weber; Helen E Ross; David J Murray; Experimental Psychology Society.
|Nota del idioma:||Translated from the Latin of: De Tactu with translation from the German of: Der Tastsinn.|
|Notas:||"2nd edition"--T.p. - Originally published: London : Academic for the Experimental Psychology Society, 1978.
Shelving title: Weber on the tactile senses.
Translated from the Latin of: De Tactu with translation from the German of: Der Tastsinn.
|Descripción:||xii, 260 pages : illustrations, forms, portraits ; 23 cm|
|Contenido:||De Tactu / translated by H.E. Ross. --
der Tastsinn / translated by D.J. Murray.
|Otros títulos:||Weber on the tactile senses|
|Responsabilidad:||edited and translated by Helen E. Ross and David J. Murray ; De Tactu translated by H.E. Ross ; Der Tastsinn translated by D.J. Murray ; with a preface to the first edition by J.D. Mollon and a revised historical introduction by the translators.|
The reader will find here much more than those topics for which Weber is best known - the two-point threshold, experiments on weight discrimination and a statement of what is now called Weber's Law. Weber also made interesting remarks on many aspects of sensory psychology - on left-right asymmetry in sensitivity, on visual resolution, the binocular combination of colours, the moon illusion, on summation, inhibition and adaptation in sensory systems, on the difference between simultaneous and successive presentations, on selective attention, the externalisation of sensations and the difference between sensation and perception. As a scientist, Weber was working in the new area of experimental psychology; as a philosopher, he bridged the gap between philosophy and experiment. His work remains of interest to historians of science, to philosophers and to sensory psychologists.