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Chapter 3 Quiz - the relative difference or ratio between...

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This person discovered the law, S = K log R. Fechner
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This researcher systematically destroyed parts of the brain using extirpation. Flourens L a t e i n h i s c a r e e r , F e c h n e r n o t e d
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Fechner wrote satirical essays ridiculing medicine and science under the pen name Dr. Mises
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J o h a n n e s M ü l l e r ' s m o s t i n f l u e n t i a l p u b l i c a t i o n
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Although he did not develop the theory called phrenology, ____ served as its popularizer. Answer Gall Spu rzhe im Gal vani Frits ch Hall
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Who invented the ophthalmoscope? Answer Wu ndt Hel mho ltz Fec hner We ber Caja l Fechner's flash of insight about the mind-body connection was that there is a(n) ____ relationship between a mental sensation and a material stimulus.
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Quantitative The "publish or perish" ethic, which is a hallmark of the most prestigious U.S. research universities and colleges, is a direct descendant of the 19th-century ____ universities.                           British, French, German, Austrian, Russian Weber suggested that discrimination among sensations depended on
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Unformatted text preview: the relative difference or ratio between two weights . The point of sensitivity below which no sensation can be detected and above which sensation can be experienced is a definition of the absolute threshold. After Fechner obtained the very important appointment of professor at the University of Leipzig, he became depressed. Who developed both the two-point threshold and the concept of the just noticeable difference? Weber In the Unites States, the ____ brothers had a profitable and extensive business selling phrenology readings. Fowler "Acts like a chicken with its head cut off" is a description of behavior that has its roots in ____ research. Hall, Helmholtz , Broca, Fritsch, Flouren The calculation of the mean of a group of scores is the same as Fechner's method of average error ....
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  • Spring '11
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  • Fechner, 19th-century ____ universities, Hel mho ltz, business selling phrenology, prestigious U.S. research

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