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(fek'nĕr),
Gustav T., German physicist, 1801-1887. See: Weber-Fechner law, Fechner-Weber law.
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In response to the army's participation in the CCC, Robert Fechner in 193.
Fechner Day 2010: Proceedings of the 26th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics (pp.
We also find that decisions over other people's money are associated with a larger Fechner error and that this is a statistically significant effect, implying that there is less sensitivity to differences in expected utility when acting for others than when acting for self.
Rainer Fechner, head of Bell Labs in Germany and member of the management board of Alcatel-Lucent in Germany, said, "What makes EARTH so compelling is that it has the potential to deliver tangible benefits to society on a number of levels: reducing energy consumption of networks and their impact on the environment while making broadband wireless service available to a greater number of people in Europe.
Director Carl Fechner raised the budget from some 150 donors --ranging from individuals to solar-power companies--who contributed mostly smallish amounts of at least $1,400.
Gustav Fechner, the 19th-century experimental psychologist, and William McDougall, a prominent British psychologist of the early 20th century, both wondered what would happen to consciousness if the brain were split.
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German spiritualism received scientific support from the physiologist Gustav Fechner who, in addition to his foundational scientific work, published his thoughts on death and the Beyond in two treatises, The Little Book of Life after Death (1836) and Zend-Avesta or Over the Things of Heaven and of the Beyond: From the Viewpoint of the Observation of Nature (1853).
Reconciling Fechner and Stevens: Toward a unified psychophysical law.
Os quatro niveis intermediarios foram definidos matematicamente, seguindo incremento logaritmico e respeitando-se a acuidade da visao humana de acordo com a Lei do estimulo de Weber e Fechner (Horsfall & Barrat, 1945).
Supervised by Moritz Schlick, Ludwig von Bertalanffy wrote his PhD thesis (Bertalanffy, 1926) about concepts of the German physicist and philosopher Gustav Fechner.