Bobko D J, Thompson J G, Schiffman H R, 1977, "The perception of brief temporal intervals: power functions for auditory and visual stimulus intervals" Perception 6(6) 703 – 709
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The perception of brief temporal intervals: power functions for auditory and visual stimulus intervals
Douglas J Bobko, Jack G Thompson, Harvey R Schiffman
Received 25 January 1977
Abstract. Two experiments were performed to examine the role of method of estimation and the employment of a standard stimulus on the judged duration of auditory and visual stimuli presented for brief temporal intervals (0.25 to 5.0 s). The results indicate that the relationship between judged and physical duration is nearly direct and linear. Psychophysical methodology and stimulus modality exerted little influence on the obtained power functions.
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