F. Hegelmaier: On memory for the length of a line

@article{Laming1992FHO,
  title={F. Hegelmaier: On memory for the length of a line},
  author={D. Laming and J. Laming},
  journal={Psychological Research},
  year={1992},
  volume={54},
  pages={233-239}
}
SummaryA very early student project undertaken by Friedrich Hegelmaier (1833–1906), published in German in 1852, is republished in English translation. Slight though the experimental work is, it nevertheless occupies a unique place in the history of experimental psychology. It is the source whence Fechner had the method of constant stimuli, a method that continued in use as the preferred psychophysical method, substantially in the form described here, for more than a century. The experiment is… Expand
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