The discriminability of temporal patterns used in the Whitehead discrimination procedure.

@article{Jones1988TheDO,
  title={The discriminability of temporal patterns used in the Whitehead discrimination procedure.},
  author={Gary E. Jones and Stanley W. Collins and Edward A. Dabkowski and Kirsten R. Jones},
  journal={Psychophysiology},
  year={1988},
  volume={25 5},
  pages={
          547-53
        }
}
Katkin, Reed, and DeRoo (1983) reported that subjects were unable to make discriminations between two exteroceptively presented tones at delays commonly used in the Whitehead heartbeat detection procedure. To further evaluate this report, 72 men and women were equally divided into five experimental and one control group and presented with two tactile, auditory, visual, or two mixed-mode exteroceptive stimulus pairs (tactile/visual and tactile/auditory). Also, external stimuli were presented so… CONTINUE READING
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