Vibrotactile adaptation enhances frequency discrimination.

@article{Goble1994VibrotactileAE,
  title={Vibrotactile adaptation enhances frequency discrimination.},
  author={A K Goble and Mark Hollins},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1994},
  volume={96 2 Pt 1},
  pages={
          771-80
        }
}
Human vibrotactile frequency discrimination (with respect to a 25-Hz standard stimulus, 20 dB above unadapted detection threshold) was measured on the thenar eminence and index fingerpad, using two-interval forced-choice tracking. Measurements were made in the unadapted state and following exposure to 25-Hz adapting stimuli of various amplitudes. The standard and all comparison stimuli were equated for perceived intensity, on the basis of matching experiments that were carried out separately… CONTINUE READING
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