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Fechner

(German ˈfɛçnər)
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(Biography) Gustav Theodor (ˈɡʊstaf ˈteːodoːr). 1801–87, German physicist, philosopher, and psychologist, noted particularly for his work on psychophysics, Elemente der Psychophysik (1860)
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Noun1.Fechner - German physicist who founded psychophysics; derived Fechner's law on the basis of early work by E. H. Weber (1801-1887)
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Algunas de las metaforas mas llamativas, recogidas en este articulo, son las de la bacteria voltaica y del sistema telegrafico que propuso Alexander Bain para analizar el funcionamiento del sistema nervioso (la ultima tambien empleada por Ferdinand von Helmholtz, Hippolyte Taine y William Carpenter); la metafora de la maquina de Francis Bacon para su estudio de la energia de la mente; la metafora del molino y su conceptualizacion hidrodinamica en Henry Maudsley; la metafora de la combustion interna de los motores desarrollada por Gustav Fechner para explicar la generacion de la actividad subjetiva del cerebro; o la metafora de los centros de inhibicion que David Ferrier aplicaria al estudio de los movimientos intencionales y George Henry Lewes al de la neuralidad, entre otras.
The extraction procedure was modified from the related literature (Beverly and Sari, 1983; Miller and Yang, 1985; Pikkarainen and Parviainen 1992; Fechner et al.
Bradley, and brother Henry James, to the more unlikely, like Fredric Jameson, Max Weber, and Ortega y Gasset (a detailed look at Gustav Fechner is curiously absent).
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Indeed, Gustav Fechner referred to his former mentor Weber as the "father of psychophysics" (1860, p.
The systematic measurement was first introduced in psychology also in the domain of perception (Weber, 1834; Fechner, 1860).