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The presentation of tones with alternating interstimulus intervals (ISIs) of 10 and 70 s leads to an electrodermal response pattern with an increase in magnitude after long and a decrease after short ISIs. The present study investigated whether there is a relation between the occurrence of the response pattern and the perception of stimuli as a pattern and,… (More)
The lack of empirical evidence for faster habituation with the regular presentation of stimuli suggests that it is not the constancy of presentation of stimuli, but rather the rate of stimulation--defined as the reciprocal of the harmonic mean of the interstimulus intervals--that determines the speed of habituation. Using alternation of 10-70 and 30-50 sec… (More)