Last edited by Dakasa
Thursday, July 30, 2020 | History

2 edition of Cross-modality matching of loudness to brightness for flashes of varying luminance and duration found in the catalog.

Cross-modality matching of loudness to brightness for flashes of varying luminance and duration

Mark F. Lewis

Cross-modality matching of loudness to brightness for flashes of varying luminance and duration

by Mark F. Lewis

  • 57 Want to read
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Aviation Medicine in [Oklahoma City, Okla.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Signal lights -- Physiological effect.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCross modality matching of loudness to brightness for flashes of varying luminance and duration.
    StatementMark F. Lewis.
    SeriesAM -- 67-16., AM (United States. Office of Aviation Medicine) -- 67-16.
    ContributionsUnited States. Office of Aviation Medicine.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18137599M

    When a single brief visual ash is accompanied by multiple auditory beeps, the single ash is perceived as multiple ashes, as shown in Figure Control conditions, B #flashes=1 N=8. #perceived flashes. Stimuli. Percept ~50 - 15 0 ms. #Beeps FIGURE Sound-induced illusory ash effect. (A) Schematics of the sound-induced illusory ash.5/5(4). In the arguments that follow, luminance, sound pressure, frequency, weight, etc. will always refer to the physical attributes of a stimulus as those attributes are measured by a photometer, a sound level meter, a frequency meter, a scale pan, and so on, while brightness, loudness, pitch, and heaviness will denote the corresponding subjective.

    Elements of episodic memory Endel Tulving 3. Conditioning and associative learning Nicholas J. Mackintosh 4. Visual masking: an integrative approach Bruno G. Breitmeyer 5. The musical mind: the cognitive psychology of music John A. Sloboda 6. Elements of psychophysical theory Jean-Claude Falmagne 7. Animal intelligence Edited by L. Weiskrantz 8.   Predicted and Measured Modal Sound Power Levels for a Fan Ingesting Distorted Inflow. NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Koch, L. Danielle. Refinements have been mad.

      The time-course of the cross-modal semantic modulation of visual picture processing by naturalistic sounds and spoken words. PubMed. Chen, Yi-Chuan; Spence, Charles. T. George Mather - Essentials of Sensation and Perception-Routledge () - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. Essentials of Sensation and perception, an introduction to the subject in a clear and easy manner to learn from beginners to experts.


Share this book
You might also like
Portraits of authors

Portraits of authors

X-ray imaging

X-ray imaging

The new gospel of peace according to St. Benjamin

The new gospel of peace according to St. Benjamin

Exhibition of British film stills

Exhibition of British film stills

For the relief of Susan A. Sampeck

For the relief of Susan A. Sampeck

Form & figure.

Form & figure.

Managerial entrenchment and the choice of debt financing

Managerial entrenchment and the choice of debt financing

Sermons

Sermons

William Reynolds.

William Reynolds.

A concise guide to the animal tracks of southern Africa

A concise guide to the animal tracks of southern Africa

Gravitation

Gravitation

The first Lady Chatterley.

The first Lady Chatterley.

Seminar on Structural Change and Adjustment in Zimbabwe

Seminar on Structural Change and Adjustment in Zimbabwe

Cross-modality matching of loudness to brightness for flashes of varying luminance and duration by Mark F. Lewis Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Cross-modality matching of loudness to brightness for flashes of varying luminance and duration. [Mark F Lewis; United States.

Office of Aviation Medicine.]. Cross-modality matching of loudness to brightness for flashes of varying luminance and duration (AM) [Mark F Lewis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Mark F Lewis. {{Citation | title=Cross-modality matching of loudness to brightness for flashes of varying luminance and duration [electronic resource] / Mark F.

Lewis | author1=Lewis, Mark F | author2=United States. Office of Aviation Medicine | year= | publisher=Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Aviation Medicine | language=English }}. Buy Cross-modality matching of loudness to brightness for flashes of varying luminance and duration (AM) by Mark F Lewis (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Author: Mark F Lewis. Cross modality matching is a magnitude matching procedure, developed to study the relationships between sensory modalities. Auditory and visual sensory integration can be examined through cross modality matching of brightness and loudness.

Brightness and loudness. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page.

Links to PubMed are also available for Selected by: Select up to three search categories and corresponding keywords using the fields to the right.

Refer to the Help section for more detailed instructions. The subjects adjusted the respective levels of each mode (low, medium, or high brightness or loudness) in almost perfect correlation, proportionate on a line graph. Since subjects in both of these studies seemed to match luminance, a strictly visual attribute by definition, with external, non-visual attributes, we can reasonably conclude that.

Cross-modality matching functions generated by magnitude estimation Article (PDF Available) in Attention Perception & Psychophysics 27(5) June.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. Aug;54(2) Cross-modality matching of brightness and loudness. Stevens JC, Marks LE. PMCID: PMCCited by: Abstract.

The purpose was to determine whether 5-year-old children could match the brightness of a light to the loudness of a sound, and whether the resulting cross-modality function resembled the power function produced by by: Cross-Modality Matching of Brightness and Loudness Joseph C. Stevens; Lawrence E.

Marks Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 54, No. Cross-modality matching of loudness to brightness for flashes of varying luminance and duration [electro Complex performance during exposure to high temperatures [electronic resource] /.

International Workshop on Biophotonics Santa Elisabette Congress Center, Parma, Italy, June/ Published: (). Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: Comparative table chromaticity requirements of U.S.

and international specifications and standards for aviation signal light colors /. Lewis MF: Cross-modality matching of loudness to brightness for flashes of varying luminance and duration.

AD Funkhouser GE, Billings SM: A portable device for the measurement of evaporative water loss. AD Gogel WC: Cue-enhancement as a. Visualizing acoustic features of speech has proven helpful in speech therapy; however, it is as yet unclear how to create intuitive and fitting visualizations.

To better understand the mappings from speech sound aspects to visual space, a large web-based experiment (n = ) was performed to evaluate spatial parameters that may optimally represent pitch and loudness of by: 2.

Book contents; Measurement, Judgment and Decision Making. Measurement, Judgment and Decision Making. Handbook of Perception and Cognition (Second Edition)Pages Chapter 2 - Psychophysical Scaling.

Author links open overlay panel Lawrence E. FAA/AM/16 - Cross-modality matching of loudness to brightness for flashes of varying luminance and duration. FAA/AM/17 - A portable device for the measurement of evaporative water loss.

FAA/AM/18 - Cue-enhancement as a function of task-set. FAA/AM/19 - Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. VIII. This banner text can have markup.

web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Full text of "DTIC ADA An Annotated Bibliography of the Literature Dealing with the Physiological Correlates of Cognitive Performance" See other formats.Share & Embed.

Embed Script. Size (px).Intermodal r elations.-These have been investigated by cross modal matching and by comparison of functioning in two modalities. Crossmodal matching studies can involve matching of information about the same stim­ ulus from different modalities (89, ), or matching of completely different stimulus variables (,).