Principles Of Gestalt Psychology
Routledge, 8. lis 2013. - Broj stranica: 732
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... behavioural environment the difficulty disappears; behaviour with regard to two stimuli is identical when they produce two identical behavioural objects; it is different when the two corresponding behavioural objects are different.
Sound stimuli would produce excitations of fibres in the acoustic nerve which would be transmitted to the temporal part of the cortex and excite the ganglion cells there to their specific forms of response, corresponding to the ...
In essence they are totally different; did not Wundt emphasize the point that the sensation blue and the corresponding neural event had nothing, absolutely nothing, in common? Or could anything be more emphatic than the assertion: THE ...
... he had formulated the general principle in these words: "Any actual consciousness is in every case not only blindly coupled to its corresponding psychophysical processes, but is akin to it in essential structural properties" (p.
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ADJUSTED BEHAVIOUR ATTITUDES EMOTIONS