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(fek'nĕr),
Gustav T., German physicist, 1801-1887. See: Weber-Fechner law, Fechner-Weber law.
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(Hamburg and Leipzig: Leopold Voss, 1887 (1836)); Gustav Fechner, Zend-Avesta oder uber die Dinge des Himmels und des Jenseits: Vom Standpunkt der Naturbetrachtung, vol.
Weber's Law of psychophysics has been succinctly phrased by Gustav Fechner as "the sensation increases proportional as the logarithm of the stimulus intensity." Do we have here an inversion of this rule?
The 1992 annual issue of the Journal of Pastoral Counseling contains Gustav Fechner's little-known publication The Little Book of Life After Death along with an introduction by William James.