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colourless. The great breakthrough in physiology made by Johannes Müller’s theory of “specific energies” in the early nineteenth century was the realisation that all sensation, whatever its modality or character, is the product of identical electrochemical impulses travelling through the nervous system

In: Art & Perception

of low level motion-energy and velocity detection mechanisms (Seiffert and Cavanagh, 1999). This points toward the dynamic double flash being processed by the first possible mechanism described above, in this case by a low-level illusory motion generator. If the first (bottom up) mechanism generates

In: Multisensory Research

-resolution HRTFs. Note that, as a result of the conversion to minimum-phase systems, the slowly rising energy before the main peak present in the original HRTFs is not present in the super-resolution HRTFs. In summary, the final HRTF set (Note 3) contained HRTFs with the interpolated amplitude and broadband timing

In: Multisensory Research

proposed as a model of rhythmic expectancy, DAT proposes that rhythm perception is induced by way of entrainment to external signals. Internal fluctuations in attentional energy (attentional ‘peaks’) generate temporal expectancies about the onset of future events that can acclimate to the period and phase

In: Timing & Time Perception

are bought about by transfers of energy from emitting entities to absorbing entities and time is just the attribute by which we measure those changes; that is, “time and energy…are two sides of the same coin” (p. 175). Hameroff (2003) said “consciousness creates time” (p. 390). Therefore

In: Timing & Time Perception

transient responses evoked by stimulus onsets. I will present electroencephalography (EEG) data collected during listening to musical rhythms, where we independently manipulated the strength of the perceived beat and acoustic properties of the rhythms in order to systematically change the energy present in

In: Timing & Time Perception

the rest of the body. One critical feature of white matter is myelin, an extension of glial cell membranes that wraps around axonal fibers to improve conduction velocity and reduce the energy requirements of axons (Van der Knaap and Valk, 2005). Due to the integral role of white matter and its

In: Multisensory Research

continuously activated by an internal energy source. However, their mutual inhibition holds down their activity when all orientations receive no external inputs. Suppose, however, that a cell in the second competitive stage lies just beyond the end of a line. Then it will be additionally inhibited by cells at

In: Art & Perception