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Gustav Theodor Fechner

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  • On October 22 of that year, German physicist Gustav Theodor Fechner had an inspiration that led to the origins of modern experimental psychology and psychophysiology.

    ENTANGLED MINDS

  • On October 22 of that year, German physicist Gustav Theodor Fechner had an inspiration that led to the origins of modern experimental psychology and psychophysiology.

    ENTANGLED MINDS

  • On October 22 of that year, German physicist Gustav Theodor Fechner had an inspiration that led to the origins of modern experimental psychology and psychophysiology.

    ENTANGLED MINDS

  • This is called the Weber-Fechner Law after the two Germans, Ernst Heinrich Weber and Gustav Theodor Fechner, who worked it out.

    The Human Brain

  • He quotes with approval on this point the writings of Gustav Theodor Fechner, the

    The Complex Vision

  • I refer to the philosophy of Gustav Theodor Fechner, a writer but little known as yet to English readers, but destined, I am persuaded, to wield more and more influence as time goes on.

    A Pluralistic Universe Hibbert Lectures at Manchester College on the Present Situation in Philosophy

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