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On cross-modal similarity: auditory-visual interactions in speeded discrimination.
  • L. E. Marks
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of experimental psychology. Human…
  • 1 August 1987
A series of four experiments explored how cross-modal similarities between sensory attributes in vision and hearing reveal themselves in speeded, two-stimulus discrimination. When subjects respondedExpand
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On associations of light and sound: the mediation of brightness, pitch, and loudness.
  • L. E. Marks
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The American journal of psychology
  • 1 March 1974
Subjects searched for pure tones to match the brightnesses of gray surfaces. Nearly all repeatedly set increasing pitch to increasing brightness; some set increasing loudness to increasingExpand
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The Unity of the Senses: Interrelations Among the Modalities
of Violins," by Carleen Maley Hutchins, provides basic technical information regarding the violin family and its historic development. She explains the new violin family of eight instruments whichExpand
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Visual marking: selective attention to asynchronous temporal groups.
In visual search, when a subset of distractors is previewed 1 s before the target and the remaining distractors, search speed is independent of the number of previewed items. This is visual marking.Expand
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Interaction among auditory dimensions: Timbre, pitch, and loudness
In two experiments, we examined whether or not pairs of auditory dimensions—timbre-loudness (Experiment 1) and timbre-pitch (Experiment 2)—interact in speeded classification. Subjects classifiedExpand
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Perceptual primacy of dimensions: support for a model of dimensional interaction.
Do Ss always process multidimensional stimuli according to psychologically primary dimensions? Our hypothesis is that they do: Primary dimensions provide one component of a new model of dimensionalExpand
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The Unity of the Senses
This chapter discusses sensory processes. In these many forms, the unity of the senses reflects fundamental facts of phylogenetic and ontogenetic development. It is commonly believed that all of theExpand
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Magnitude estimation and sensory matching
  • L. E. Marks
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Perception & psychophysics
  • 1 December 1988
Scaling procedures are commonly used to generate sensory matches, in which each match is defined as the set of stimuli that yield a constant average judgment. Five experiments evaluated the principleExpand
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