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Unformatted text preview: Reasons for difference in perception: Suggestion Attention Surprise Emotion Fear Anger Anxiety Absolute Threshold The smallest intensity of a stimulus that must be present for the stimulus to become a sensation Webers Law (Veybor) A just noticeable difference is in constant proportion to the intensity of an initial stimulus Sensory Adaptation An adjustment in sensory response capacity after prolonged exposure...
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- Spring '08