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The effects of auditory stimulation on the critical flicker fusion frequency response

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Item Summary Miller, Howard Lee 2009-09-09T20:05:23Z 2009-09-09T20:05:23Z 1963
dc.description Typescript.
dc.description Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Hawaii, 1963.
dc.description Bibliography: leaves 73-77.
dc.description iii, 77 leaves ill., diagrs., tables
dc.description.abstract Intersensory influence has been regarded as an established fact for many years, and it has been accorded much investigation. Its parameters, however, are surprisingly unknown (London, 1954). It is becoming increasingly clear that these parameters are of more than academic interest. They would not only serve as guides in constructing models and seeking physiological mechanisms but would also prove to be of practical significance in obtaining optimal efficiency of modality responses of human and infrahuman organisms. For if the effects of other modality stimulation on the efficiency of response in one sense modality are known, we will be able to obtain greater efficiency in any setting which is dependent upon responses of these modalities.
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dc.relation Theses for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (University of Hawaii (Honolulu)). Psychology; no. 34
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dc.subject Hearing
dc.subject Vision
dc.title The effects of auditory stimulation on the critical flicker fusion frequency response
dc.type Thesis
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