EXPERIMENTAL PHENOMENOLOGY AND PHENOMENOLOGICAL PSYCHOPHYSICS: THE PERCEPTIONS OF CONTRARIES

  • Roberto Burro
  • Ivana Bianchi
  • Ugo Savardi

Abstract

By dealing with the issue of whether spatial contraries (high/low, large/small, wide/narrow, and long/short) are unidimensional, it will be shown how the initial definition of Phenomenological Psychophysics (Kubovy & Gephstein 2002) can be further developed to match both the requirements of a phenomenological criterion used in the selection of stimuli and the application of methods for the quantification of the constructs studied.

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