Index

John N. Moye (Performance Learning Technologies, USA)

The Psychophysics of Learning

ISBN: 978-1-80117-114-4, eISBN: 978-1-80117-113-7

Publication date: 22 June 2021

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Moye, J.N. (2021), "Index", The Psychophysics of Learning, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 177-193. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-80117-113-720211010

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INDEX

Ability
, 10, 45, 74, 99

Absolute pitch
, 53–54

cognition of
, 53–54

Access
, 11

educational
, 10

to learning
, 74, 86, 124

Accessible
, 2

Acculturating
, 118

Acculturation
, 112

Achievable
, 116

Achievement
, 122

Achieving
, 87

Actionable
, 69

Actions
, 14, 39, 106

Active
, 1, 73–74, 122

Activities
, 10, 73–74, 82, 87, 105, 123, 129

Activity
, 12, 73, 126

Adapt(s)
, 11, 15, 85, 100

Adaptability
, 26, 128

Adaptation(s)
, 40–42, 46, 78

Adapted
, 2, 102

Adapting
, 14

Adaptive capacity of psychophysical systems
, 11–12

Adaptive learning
, 11, 93, 100–101, 129–130

Additive
, 47

Adopted
, 21, 72

Aedo
, 7, 10, 113–114

Afacan
, 7, 85–86, 127

Afanador
, 65

Affect
, 37, 42, 44

Affected
, 44

Afniyati
, 102–103, 127, 130

Aggregate/aggregating
, 19, 74–75

Aggregation
, 5

Agile
, 29–30, 121–122, 128

Ahn
, 118

Air molecules
, 14

Aktar
, 38

Alamir
, 61, 66

Alan
, 74–75, 83

Alasiry
, 104, 124

Alfaiz
, 98–99, 129

Aligned
, 92, 106

Aligning
, 98

Alignment
, 12, 97, 123, 127

Aligns
, 53, 97, 122, 129

Alkharusi
, 98–99, 129

Allen
, 34, 38, 54, 58–59

Alleva
, 77–78, 85–86

Alluri
, 54, 66

Almeida
, 7

Almutrafi
, 64

Alper
, 74, 99, 129

Alvarez
, 64

Amabile
, 109, 112, 116, 129

Ambiguities
, 122

Amplitudes
, 33

Amygdala
, 20–23

Analogous
, 118

Analogy
, 69

Angelaki
, 57, 63

Anthropological approach
, 117

Anthropology
, 130–131

Anton-Erxleben
, 45, 73

Architectures
, 30, 49

Arkan
, 74

Artemeva
, 83

Artifacts
, 4

Artificial neural network (ANN)
, 101

Arunachalam
, 7

Ashby
, 1, 3, 5, 13

Asmus
, 34

Assess/assessed
, 1–2, 112, 132

Assessments
, 3, 118, 130

Astutik
, 117

Asutay
, 54

Atchison
, 44

Atick
, 10

Attend
, 45

Attending
, 89, 99

Attention
, 88

to learning
, 92–93

to sensation
, 88

Attributes of perception
, 88–89

Auditory canal
, 15

Auditory channel
, 15

Auditory sensations
, 32

Auditory system
, 16–17

Aural learning objects
, 84–85

Authentic learning
, 92, 97

experience
, 95, 129

Authenticity
, 75, 99, 129

Avnet
, 103

Awaludin
, 102–103, 130

Babel
, 31

Backward masking
, 37

Bader
, 32

Bajaj
, 104

Bal
, 109, 116

Barber
, 103

Barbour
, 39–40

Barling
, 98, 129

Barlow
, 131

Barrag
, 42

Barriers
, 10, 98, 123, 129

Barutchu
, 66

Basu
, 36–37

Bates
, 54

Beauchamp
, 37

Bechtold
, 37

Beck
, 51, 55

Becker
, 35, 58–59

Beer
, 7

Behavior(al)
, 3, 35, 73, 80–81, 113–114

Behrmann
, 57, 66

Beliefs
, 114, 131

Bellard
, 95, 104–105

Ben
, 61, 63

Bennett
, 114

Bennis
, 116–117

Bensmaia
, 38

Bentley
, 79, 106, 130

Berglund
, 3–4

Beurden
, 36–37

Beymer
, 97–98

Bhattarai
, 60

Bhote
, 108–109, 117, 130–131

Bianco, Lo
, 109, 116

Biases
, 64, 112, 115

Biedermann
, 116–117

Billings
, 55–56

Birth
, 10, 58

Bits
, 26, 75

Blaha
, 5

Blanchard
, 57–58

Blankenship
, 39

Blink
, 64

Bloom
, 7, 10–11, 131–132

Bogacz
, 93–94, 103

Bohm
, 9, 63, 78–80, 84

Bohnemeyer
, 55

Bolanowski
, 14, 38

Borden
, 7, 10, 63, 108, 131

Borneman
, 58–59

Boven
, 57

Bower
, 36–37

Branch(ed)
, 93, 100

Branches
, 100

Branching
, 100

Bregman
, 37

Briley
, 131

Brittian
, 112

Brown
, 7, 36

Bruer
, 2

Brugger
, 58

Buelow
, 72–73, 79, 86

Bulthoff
, 63

Burns
, 55–56

Butterfield
, 13, 24–25, 31, 62

Buxton
, 46, 58–59

Cain
, 60

Capabilities
, 16, 79, 106

Capacity
, 22, 39–40, 44, 80, 116

Cappe
, 65, 85–86, 101–102

Cariani
, 32–33

Carlton
, 63, 77, 86

Carlyon
, 15

Carpenter
, 4

Carrasco
, 45

Carroll
, 3–4

Carterette
, 3

Cartney
, 101

Cassani
, 109, 112–114, 118

Castell
, 23, 97

Categorize/categorization
, 17, 52

Category
, 17–18, 23, 28, 77–78, 108

Caudron
, 58

Cecchetto
, 60

Cerebral cortex
, 14, 18, 22, 25–26, 29

transmission
, 29

Change
, 32–33, 39, 109, 113–114

Channels
, 4, 15, 20–21, 38, 77

Charles
, 61

Chemoreceptors
, 19, 21–22, 24, 126

Chemsi
, 98–99, 129

Chen
, 37, 52–53

Chikazoe
, 39–40, 42–43

Christensen
, 60

Christoforides
, 114, 131–132

Chromatic
, 53–54

Chunk
, 28, 80

Chunked
, 80, 94

Chunking
, 10, 14, 67, 94

of data
, 67

Chunks
, 10, 55, 89

Clark
, 62, 99, 103

Cochlea
, 15–16

Codify
, 52, 69

Cognition
, 3, 6–7, 108

of absolute pitch
, 53–54

discrimination of pitch
, 53

of flavor
, 62

individualized cognition
, 66

of language
, 55–56

of loudness
, 54

of motion
, 11

multisensory cognition
, 65–66

observations
, 66–67

pitch identification
, 53

psychophysics
, 1, 51, 59

of smell
, 60

of sound
, 52–53

of speech
, 55

studies
, 5

of taste
, 61–62

of timbre
, 54

of touch
, 56–59

of vision
, 62–65

Cognitive style development
, 64, 108, 115, 131

Cohen
, 33, 51–53

Coherence
, 123

Coherent
, 9, 72, 95, 122, 130

Col
, 103

Colby
, 66

Collaborative/collaboration
, 79, 112, 116–117, 132

Collective

cognition
, 108–109, 115, 117, 132

learning
, 116

Collectively constructed learning
, 115, 117, 132

Collins
, 1–2

Colonius
, 3, 5

Color perception
, 46–47

Combinations
, 36, 44, 128

Combinatorial model
, 39–40, 42

Combinatoriality
, 43–44, 46–47, 67

Community/communities
, 83, 112, 116–117

Competencies
, 83

Complexity
, 15, 33–34

Component
, 12, 94, 116, 127

Compose(d)
, 15, 37, 113

Composite
, 44, 52, 116

Composition
, 19

Comprehension
, 5

Conceive
, 57, 108

Conceived
, 83–84

Concept
, 2, 79–80, 92, 118, 125

Conception
, 9–10, 44, 96

Conceptual
, 69–70, 73, 75, 82, 87–88

Conceptualization
, 73, 91

Configuration
, 12, 72–73, 77, 87, 98, 103

Configure
, 1, 81, 95, 122, 124

Configured
, 78, 92, 113, 132

Configuring
, 78–79, 97–98, 129

Congruence
, 95, 98

Congruent
, 101–102, 104, 116–117

Conley
, 79, 85–86

Conner
, 6

Connolly
, 1, 103

Conrad
, 103

Conscious
, 97, 108, 121

Conservative

earning system
, 11–12

model
, 74–75, 83

Consonance
, 73, 123

Consonant
, 79

Constrain
, 112

Constraints
, 125

Constructed learning
, 81–82, 123, 127–128

Constructed modeling
, 77–78, 81–84, 88

Constructed-quantum
, 11

Constructs
, 9, 56, 69, 73, 79, 123

Context effects
, 52

Contexts
, 56, 59

Contextual
, 54, 60–62

Contextualization
, 64

Contrast
, 25

Cooperative perspectives
, 79, 116

Cope
, 97

Cornu
, 52, 109, 112–113

Cowley
, 66, 107–108

Crawford
, 100

Create
, 12, 19, 86, 103, 131

Created
, 36, 58, 108, 129

Creating
, 1–2, 103, 116–117

Creation
, 116

Creative
, 116–117

Creative collaboration
, 116–117

Creative collaborative learning
, 116–117

Critical
, 34, 104, 112–114

Cross-categorical
, 23–24

Cross-category
, 23, 77–78

interconnections
, 77–78, 87–88

Cross-dimensional
, 23

Cross-modal
, 42

Cross-references
, 89

Culatta
, 78–79, 84, 104–105

Cullen
, 116

Cultural
, 60–61, 63, 80–81

influences
, 63

Culture
, 63–64, 108, 114, 131

Cummings
, 128, 130

Curiosity
, 97–98, 129

Curriculum
, 9–10, 76–77, 80–81

Cyan
, 46–47

Dada
, 74

Dahhan
, 2

Dalal
, 39–40

Damsa
, 118

Dan
, 61

Danger
, 57

Danielsen
, 37

Danna
, 66, 107–108

Dark
, 46

Darwin
, 36–37

Dasgupta
, 37

Dauenhauer
, 75, 83

David
, 51

Decibels (dB)
, 15

Decision-making
, 67, 107, 112, 116, 121

Deconstruction
, 30, 75–77, 83–84, 127

of content
, 75–77

Deconstructs
, 83, 93

Deep learning
, 94, 103–104

Deepan kumar
, 42

Degel
, 60

Delahaies
, 47

Delcomyn
, 22

Delgutte
, 32–33

Delwich
, 62

Demographic-specific
, 124

Demographics
, 29

Denervaud
, 65–66

Depper
, 60, 63–64

Depth
, 45

Deroche
, 44

Deroy
, 65–66

Destructive interference
, 33, 37, 47

Detect
, 20, 31, 69, 74

Detectability
, 18, 28, 76

Detectable
, 19

Detected
, 33–34, 46–47

Detecting
, 19

Detection
, 17, 37, 47

Diamond
, 1–2, 70

Dickinson
, 45

Differences
, 89

Differentiate
, 12, 38, 84, 105–106

Differentiated
, 73, 78, 80–81, 84, 106, 122, 127

Differentiating
, 99, 115

Differentiation
, 19–20, 78–79, 105

Direct
, 2, 69, 89, 126

Dirks
, 36–37

Disagree
, 131

Disagreement
, 116

Disciplinary
, 76, 87, 105

Discipline
, 9–10, 72, 75, 78–83, 86, 94, 127–128

Discipline-aligned
, 92

Discipline-specific learning objects
, 12, 71, 78–79, 82, 86, 128

Discriminability
, 17–18, 26

Discriminate(d)
, 3, 31, 38, 64, 69, 80, 113–114, 116

Discrimination
, 46, 53, 88–89, 91, 94–95, 99

of pitch
, 53

Disengagement
, 73

Dispositions
, 70, 83

Distract
, 93–94, 128

Distracted
, 121

Distracting
, 2

Distractions
, 74, 123

Divergent
, 117

Diverse
, 11, 99, 106, 116

Diversity
, 116

Dokka
, 46

Dolcos
, 92, 97, 114–115, 131

Dornic
, 2, 7

Dosher
, 2, 24–25, 45, 47

Doty
, 19, 22, 41–42, 61

Dreschler
, 37

Drigas
, 77–78

Drotar
, 10, 12, 73, 123, 127

Dualism
, 67, 107–108, 112

Dualistic
, 11, 107, 115

Dubas
, 105, 112

Dudek
, 100–101

Due
, 14, 34, 40

Duration
, 88

Duvdevani-Bar
, 63

Dynamic
, 22, 52, 67, 114, 116

Dynamically
, 52, 97

Dzhafarov
, 3, 5

e-Libro
, 4

Ear
, 15

Ecological integration
, 108

Ecologies
, 114

Ecology
, 52, 80, 108, 114, 125, 131

Edelman
, 63

Educational access
, 10

Educators
, 1

Edwards
, 87, 89, 95, 97, 104

Efron
, 44

Ege
, 37

Eggert
, 106

Ekman
, 40–41

El-Adl
, 98–99, 129

Elaboration
, 52

Electrical models
, 18–19

Ellis
, 65, 94

Ely
, 32

Embed
, 78, 82, 128, 130

Embedded
, 64, 87, 91–92, 130–131

Embedding
, 11, 91

Emerge
, 13, 28–29, 77, 125

Emerged
, 9, 51, 63

Emerging
, 36, 64

Emotion
, 54

Emotional
, 22–23, 60

Empowering
, 74

Empowers
, 74, 99, 129

Emulated
, 2

Emulates
, 4

Encode
, 14, 19, 26, 28, 77

Encoded
, 3, 25–26, 39, 47, 60

Encoding
, 19, 21, 23, 28–29, 43–44

Endah
, 77–79

Engagement
, 72, 92

Engel
, 46

Engineering
, 12

Engineers
, 1, 124

England
, 117

Enhance
, 10, 22, 47

Enhanced
, 75, 79, 93, 117, 128

Enhancing
, 13, 45, 93–94, 99

Enns
, 78, 85–86

Environment
, 109, 112–113, 119

Environmental intelligence
, 108–109

Environmental noise
, 37

Environments
, 1, 113, 118

Enz-Navajas
, 61

EPIC
, 79, 85–86

Epistemic
, 52

Equivalence
, 69

Equivalencies
, 70, 89

Equivalencies of psychophysics of sensation and learning engagement
, 70–71

Erickson
, 42

Ericsson
, 84, 91–92, 100, 126

eRitchie
, 51–52

Esenkaya
, 57–58

Essential components
, 88

Esteban-Guitart
, 2, 94

Estes
, 51–54, 57, 94

Ethical
, 15, 108, 114–115

Etkina
, 122–123, 127–128

Evaluated
, 5, 10, 99, 109

Evaluates
, 108–109, 113, 131

Evaluating
, 6–7, 34

Evaluation
, 7, 22–23, 131

Evidence-based
, 67, 93, 108, 121–124

Ewell
, 57, 66

Expectation
, 14, 72–73

Experience
, 3, 7, 13, 19, 58, 87, 89, 95, 101, 115, 128–130

Experiencing
, 55, 125

Expertise
, 2, 66, 114–115

Explicate order
, 9, 70, 79–80, 123, 127

Exploratory techniques
, 84–85

Explore
, 94, 129

Explores
, 116

External environment
, 130–131

External sensory energy, response to
, 27–28

External stimulus, encoding information in
, 28–29

Extract
, 31, 82

Eye
, 25

Facilitator
, 117

Factoring
, 4

Fagbemi
, 74

Fahle
, 46

Fail-safe learning
, 124–127

Fakayode
, 100–101, 103

Farah
, 2

Farbiszewski
, 39

Ferdenzi
, 60, 66

Ferreira
, 91

Ferrer
, 58–59

Fifth-order
, 103–104

Figlio
, 66

Figure-ground segregation
, 46

Fincham
, 98

Finchum
, 129

Fingerprint
, 19–20

Firestone
, 35–36

First-order
, 103–104

Fjaeldstad
, 42

Flavor cognition
, 62

Flores
, 42

Flow
, 88, 103

Flowerday
, 97–98

Fogelsanger
, 65

Fonollosa
, 93–94, 100, 104

Formants
, 34

transitions
, 36

Forward masking
, 37

Fourier transform
, 15

Fourth-order
, 103–104

Frames of reference
, 108

Framework frameworks
, 75, 78–79, 83

Francis
, 37

Franovi
, 37

Freeman
, 83, 109, 115–117

Freggens
, 64

Freitas
, 64

Frequency
, 15

ranges
, 18–19

Frerejean
, 95, 103–105

Friedman
, 3

Frymier
, 99, 129

Fu
, 47, 93–95

Fujii
, 11

Gabora
, 57

Gaete
, 7, 10–11, 108, 129–132

Gagnon
, 41–43

Gaming
, 104

Ganglia
, 26

Gardner
, 80–82, 116–117, 124

Garner
, 13

Gau
, 65–66, 128

Gayet
, 89, 97, 109, 112–113, 118, 123, 128

Gedera
, 91, 95, 112–113

Gee
, 2, 93

Geissler
, 51

Gender
, 64

Gerhardstein
, 9, 63

Germann
, 11–12, 31, 52, 62

Gescheider
, 3, 14, 17–18, 26, 39

Gilbert
, 39

Giza
, 22

Gjorgjieva
, 39

Gleaned
, 83

Glick
, 2

Gockel
, 33

Goldstone
, 64–66

Gonz
, 52, 76, 79

González-Sanmamed
, 52, 79

Goodale
, 4

Gooding
, 9, 63, 123

Goodman
, 58

Goodness of fit
, 131

Gordon
, 17

Goris
, 44–45

Goswami
, 37

Gouras
, 31, 46–47, 58

Graff
, 99, 103

Graham
, 4, 72

Grainger
, 5

Green
, 109, 112–114, 118

Griffiths
, 60

Groen
, 37

Groh
, 64

Grossberg
, 69–70, 72–73, 95, 105

Gui
, 45

Guirao
, 57

Gundlach
, 77–78, 85–86

Gunduz
, 58

Gyr
, 3–4, 70, 72, 78

Ha
, 108–109, 112, 128

Hackmann
, 98–99

Hadj
, 61, 63

Hall
, 35

Haller
, 4

Halverson
, 72

Hamed
, 61, 63

Hamilton
, 2, 13, 80

Harell
, 109, 128

Hargrove
, 116–117

Harlow
, 128, 130

Harmonic frequencies
, 32–33

Harmonic series
, 53

Harris
, 58–59

Haskins
, 109, 116–117

Hassen
, 61, 63

Healey
, 11

Healy
, 11

Hearing, sensation of
, 14–17

Hedger
, 53–54

Hence
, 14, 44, 58

Henning
, 103

Heo
, 92, 98

Herlo
, 93

Herrington
, 92

Herrmann
, 7, 34

Hertz
, 15

Hidaka
, 37

Hidi
, 97–98, 129

Hierarchical information processing model
, 10

Hierarchical learning
, 123–124

Hill
, 114

Hirshkowitz
, 46

Hladik
, 42

Hodges
, 78–79

Hofer
, 97–98, 101

Holistic perception
, 42–43

Holley
, 39–40

Hollins
, 38

Holman
, 3

Hoogeveen
, 19

Hook
, 2

Houpt
, 5

Housen
, 118

Houser
, 99, 129

Howard-Jones
, 2

Huang
, 47, 109, 116

Huberman
, 89, 94, 102–104

Hui
, 72, 74, 86, 129

Huijser
, 79

Huisman
, 60

Hulusic
, 34

Humes
, 34

Ichikawa
, 44

Ifenthaler
, 72–73, 80–81, 86

IJntema
, 55

Imai
, 7

Implicate order
, 9, 79–80, 127

Incoherent learning systems
, 10

India
, 64

Individual cognition
, 108

Individual integration
, 114–115, 131

Individualized cognition
, 66

Individualized learning
, 92, 98, 100, 129

Indow
, 3

Information processing
, 4

Inharmonics
, 33

Inner psychophysics
, 51–52

Intellectual access to learning
, 74

Intelligence
, 66, 107–109, 119

Intensity
, 15, 25

Interact
, 81, 89, 97

Interactions
, 75

Interactive
, 72, 93–94

Interactivity
, 101

Interconnected
, 25, 35, 93–94

Interconnectedness
, 75

Interconnections
, 11, 31, 77, 127–128

Interconnects
, 12

Interdependencies
, 48

Interdependent
, 47

Interest
, 88, 97–98, 129

Internal environment
, 130–131

Internalization
, 109

Inui
, 63

Ito
, 35

Ittyerah
, 57

Itzcovich
, 47

Iverson
, 34

Jackson
, 33

Jacobs
, 5

Jacobsen
, 116

Jaeggi
, 91, 93, 95, 100–101, 103

Jamal
, 65

Jamieson
, 87, 114

Jampolsky
, 103

Janzen
, 102, 127, 130

Jauhiainen
, 31

Javed
, 37

Jensen
, 65–66, 97

Jenson
, 73, 97

Jiang
, 54, 76–77, 82

Jin
, 37

Johnson
, 11, 100–103, 117, 124, 129–130

Johnsrude
, 38

Johnston
, 83

Jonas
, 65–66, 115

Jones
, 2–3

Joo
, 99, 129

Joye
, 72, 78–79, 84

Kaeppler
, 60

Kaiser
, 128, 130

Kakosimos
, 100–101

Kalloniatis
, 5, 25–26, 44–47

Kandil
, 46

Karpati
, 116–117

Kartoğlu
, 89, 92–93, 97–98

Kass
, 60

Kawaguchi
, 47

Kayser
, 65–66

Kell
, 13, 19–20

Kent
, 76

Khoroshilov
, 63

Kim
, 99, 104, 112, 115, 117, 129

Kinesthetics
, 58–59

King
, 43–44, 63

Kingdom
, 2

Kitto
, 57

Klatzky
, 58–59

Knowledge
, 1, 5–6, 93, 112

Kobayashi
, 44

Kochanska
, 117, 130–131

Kojima
, 37

Koksal
, 97

Kong
, 35–36

Kozhevnikov
, 66, 115

Kranc
, 39

Kratskin
, 19

Krauss
, 37

Kricos
, 2

Krumhansl
, 34

Kuang
, 35–36

Kundu
, 47

Kupenda
, 116–117

Kutanİs
, 74

Kutter
, 57–58

Labouta
, 92, 95, 97, 105

Lachmann
, 9, 29

Langers
, 33

Language cognition
, 55–56

Lawless
, 3, 6, 12, 15, 27–28, 33–34

Lawton
, 46, 66

Learned images
, 63

Learners
, 73–74

Learning

attention
, 97, 101, 128, 130

complexity
, 94–95, 104

of correct golf swing
, 126

discrimination
, 94–95

facilitation
, 104–105

flow
, 93–94, 103

frameworks
, 78–79, 84–85

learning-differentiated engagement
, 73, 78, 80–81, 122, 127

objects and activities
, 87

system
, 1, 11

taxonomies
, 95, 104–105

Learning engagement
, 69

conceptual framework
, 75, 83

conceptual framework of sensation
, 69–70

design attributes of learning engagement dimension
, 127–128, 130

designing
, 72, 79, 86

dimension
, 10

translating psychophysics of sensation into
, 70–72

Learning environment

designing psychophysical
, 113–119

psychophysics of sensory cognition
, 107–109

sensory cognition and
, 107

translating psychophysics of cognition into
, 109–112

Learning experience

attributes of perception
, 88–89

conceptual framework of perception
, 87–88

designing
, 95–101

dimension
, 10, 87

quantum modeling
, 101–106

translating psychophysics of perception into
, 89–95

Lederman
, 58–59

LeDoux
, 97

Lee
, 92, 103, 108–109, 112, 114, 116, 128

Leeniva
, 54

Leeuwenberg
, 44

Lehky
, 15

Lemniscal tract
, 18

Leonard
, 104

Lewin
, 87, 91, 95, 105, 112–113

Lexical grammar
, 64

Li
, 42

Liberman
, 36

Licon
, 39–40

Lifelong learning
, 6

Light energy
, 24–25

Linhares
, 74–75, 83, 106

Liu
, 54, 64, 75–77

Ljunggren
, 2, 7

Locus of control
, 98–99

Loo
, 62–63, 70, 72, 77

Losier
, 37

Lou
, 91, 93, 95, 100–101, 103

Loudness

cognition
, 54

perception of
, 33

Lowder
, 91

Lu
, 2, 24–25, 45, 47

Lubashevsky
, 2, 109, 112

Lucas
, 11, 98–101, 129–130

Lugo
, 47

Lukoff, Mandala
, 130–131

Luo
, 33–34, 58–59

Luu
, 5, 25–26, 44–47

Luvmour
, 10, 72, 117

Maciuszek
, 64

Maddison
, 46

Majchrzak
, 60

Majid
, 60

Maliar
, 94

Malnic
, 19, 39, 42

Manescu
, 60

Marcum
, 7

Marcy
, 106

Marden
, 92

Mardiansyah
, 102–103, 130

Mariani
, 4

Marks
, 54

Marley
, 3

Marr
, 44, 63

Martens
, 22, 74

Martin
, 14, 19–20, 22, 41–42, 93–94, 97–98

Martínez-García
, 61

Marulis
, 91

Massimiani
, 38–39

Masson
, 46

Mather
, 5, 7, 11, 17, 19, 22–25, 27, 33, 35–36, 38, 45–46, 57, 60

Mathews
, 11, 106, 116

Matrix
, 23, 63

Matrixed approach
, 23–24

Matsuoka
, 35

Marulis
, 106

Mayer
, 2

McAuliffe
, 31

McCormack
, 83

McCulloch
, 113–114

McDermott
, 13, 19–20

McDonnell
, 37

Mechanical energy
, 17

Mechanoreceptors
, 17, 38

Medulla
, 22–23

Meissner’s corpuscles
, 17

Melzack
, 58

Memariani
, 63

Mena
, 78, 85–86, 124

Mender
, 13, 25, 31, 127

Merchel
, 17

Mercier
, 65, 85–86, 101–102

Merkel’s disks
, 17

Mestre
, 84, 99

Meta architecture of sensory system
, 29–30

Meta-cognitive learning
, 79, 91–92

Meta-design
, 113

Metacognition
, 65–66, 79, 85–86, 105–106, 130

in learning
, 77–78

Meyers
, 45

Micheyl
, 32–33

Middle ear
, 15

Miller
, 74–75, 83, 106

Milligan
, 14

Misaki
, 63

Missing fundamental effect
, 35

Mitsea
, 77–78

Modeling
, 4

Models
, 1, 29, 77, 116–117, 122

Mohl
, 103

Mojet
, 42

Moncrieff
, 40–41

Monocular movement factor
, 46

Moore
, 33, 36–37

Moradi
, 99, 129

Morais
, 113–114

Moseley
, 58

Moskowitz
, 14

Mostafa
, 58

Motion
, 39

Moye
, 2–3, 6, 9–10, 15, 32, 84, 101, 106, 121–122

Muehleck
, 104–105

Mueller
, 60

Muhali
, 78–79, 93, 101–102, 124

Multi-dimensional

learning
, 89, 92, 99

perception
, 89

processes
, 128

scaling strategies
, 3

Multilayered approach
, 104

Multilinear process
, 29–30

Multiple perspectives analysis
, 108

Multiplistic models
, 11

Multisensory cognition
, 11, 65–66

psychophysics
, 11

Multisensory perception
, 89

Muniasamy
, 104, 124

Muo
, 58–59

Murray
, 44

Muscle memory
, 59

Musical pitches
, 53–54

Na
, 66, 114, 131

Nabet
, 42–44

Nancekivell
, 131

Naujokaitiene
, 117

Navigation
, 100

Neel
, 99

Nested systems
, 6

Neuhoff
, 33

Neural impulses
, 26

Neuro models
, 70

Neuro-receptors
, 17

Neurological processes
, 1

Neuronal-model
, 38

Neurophysiology
, 4

Neuropsychology
, 4

Neuroscience studies
, 4

Neuroscientists
, 2

Neurosensory processes
, 101

Neves
, 113–114

Neville
, 66

Nielsen
, 73, 81, 117

Nishihara
, 37, 63

Noguchi
, 46, 58

Non-conscious attention
, 97

Non-directive approach
, 123

Non-disciplinary outcomes
, 106

Non-intrusive learning strategies
, 114–115

Non-sensory perspectives
, 108–109

Nonlinear interconnections
, 31–34, 79–80

Nonspeech signals
, 36

Noppeney
, 65–66, 128

Nordin
, 75, 83

Nosofsky
, 74–75, 83, 106

Novartis Foundation
, 32

Ntseane
, 130–131

Nuemket
, 42

Oberprieler
, 103–104

Object identification
, 57

O'Callaghan
, 91

Odor perceptions
, 60

Okamoto
, 38, 61

Olfactory perception
, 60

Optic nerve
, 25

Optimization
, 48

Order
, 122

Orkwis
, 10, 72, 74

Orr
, 78–79, 93, 101–102, 117

Osa
, 47

Osgood-Campbell
, 2

Otto
, 91, 93–94, 97–98

Outer ear
, 15

Outer psychophysics
, 51

Pacinian corpuscles
, 17

Palmer
, 52–54, 57, 61, 108

Palmeri
, 9, 64, 123

Pammer
, 64

Papanek
, 113–114

Paradis
, 46, 73

Parallel processing
, 70

attribute of sensation
, 79

Parducci
, 51–52, 54, 57, 108

Parsing process
, 76–77, 83

Passey
, 117

Patil
, 34

Pattern analysis
, 89

Pattern recognition
, 67

Pauli
, 103

Pavani
, 34, 57

Pearce
, 10, 27, 84, 101, 117, 121, 124, 132

Pederson
, 55

Pelletier
, 42, 66

Peltonen
, 52, 66, 107–108

Pennock
, 100–103, 130

Perception
, 1, 4–5

of color
, 46–47

conceptual framework of
, 87–88

of external stimulus
, 7

of external stimulus
, 31

of light and dark
, 46

of loudness
, 33

of motion
, 11

observations
, 48–49

of pitch
, 32–33

psychophysics of
, 35

of smell
, 39–41

of sound
, 32–37

of speech
, 35–36

of subjective tones
, 34–35

of taste
, 41–43

of timbre
, 33–34

of touch
, 38–39

of vision
, 43–47

of visual depth
, 45

of visual motion
, 45–46

of visual space
, 45

Perceptual discrimination
, 88–89

Perceptual space
, 114, 131

Perceptual stability
, 88

Perceptual systems
, 6

Perepelkina
, 58–59

Perfect pitch. See Absolute pitch

Peripheral sensory organs
, 13, 15

Peripheral sensory system
, 14

Peripheral visual system
, 25

Perl
, 39

Perruchoud
, 4

Perry
, 11, 108, 114–115

Perus
, 62–63, 70, 72, 77

Peters
, 66

Petzold
, 51–54, 57, 108

Pfaffmann
, 42

Phantom limb phenomenon
, 58

Phenomenological assessment
, 3

Photoreceptors
, 25–26

Physical touch
, 17

Picard
, 38–39

Pierce
, 40

Pinter
, 42–44

Piqueras-Fiszman
, 62

Pitch

discrimination
, 53

identification
, 53

perception
, 32–33, 53

Pizlo
, 45

Plack
, 33

Pleger
, 65

Popham
, 35

Postle
, 44

Pratiwi
, 97–99

Predispositions
, 70, 98–99

Pribram
, 3–4, 63, 70, 72, 77–78, 86

Prins
, 2

Prior learning
, 125, 131

Proprioception
, 57–58

Proske
, 38, 58–59

Proulx
, 57–58

Psycho-motor learning
, 125

Psychoacoustical information
, 55

Psycholinguistics
, 64

Psychophysical approach
, 2, 10, 12, 122, 124

Psychophysical architecture
, 122

Psychophysical learning system
, 9–10, 85–87, 92, 95

design attributes
, 121, 127, 130, 132

order and structure of discipline
, 122

sequence of learning events in
, 10

Psychophysical research
, 1

Psychophysics
, 2, 5, 9

disciplines
, 4–7

inner
, 51–52

measurement
, 3–4

of multisensory cognition
, 11

need
, 2

outer
, 51

of sensation
, 69, 72

of sensation, perception, and cognition
, 1

of sensory cognition
, 107–109

of sensory systems
, 9–10

systems models
, 5–6

of vision
, 25–26, 43–44

Purba
, 97

Quantum

cognition
, 109, 118–119, 132

learning
, 7, 93, 101, 104, 130

modeling
, 93–94, 101, 106

processes
, 31, 63

Quantum-quantum model
, 25, 42–44, 62

Quantum-quantum-quantum model (Quantum3 model)
, 77

Quina
, 78, 85–86, 124

Raju
, 7, 16

Ram
, 95, 104–105

Ramachandran
, 65

Ramlan
, 102–103, 127, 130

Rapp
, 11, 58–59, 99

Rawson
, 61

Real-world situation
, 92

Rechavi
, 76

Reddi
, 4

Redundancy, eliminating
, 100–101

Reference frames
, 52

Relativism
, 67, 107–108, 112

Relativistic models
, 11

Remez
, 35–36

Renninger
, 97–98, 129

Resonance
, 73, 123

Resonation with stimulus
, 69–70

Retina
, 25

Reynolds
, 3, 7, 10–11, 129–132

Rhodes
, 2

Ribchester
, 11

Ribot-Ciscar
, 58–59, 66

Richardson
, 3, 80–81, 113–114, 118, 124

Ridder
, 33

Riggs
, 44

Rishiq
, 37

Risner
, 38

Riva
, 130–131

Roederer
, 15, 32–35, 53

Rogowska
, 65–66

Roper
, 22, 42

Rosen
, 46

Rosenbush
, 44

Rouby
, 60

Rouse
, 112

Roy
, 38

Royal
, 99

Rufener
, 37

Ruffini’s corpuscles
, 17

Ruge
, 83

Rushton
, 46, 58–59

Saadah
, 58

Safety
, 57

Sagi
, 54, 66

Salles
, 42

Samaha
, 44

Samora
, 11, 100–103, 118, 124, 129–130

Sandham
, 104–105

Sandoval
, 52, 66, 107–108, 112

Sangrá
, 52, 79

Santos
, 7

Saracaloğlu
, 7, 102–103, 130

Sarkar
, 47

Sarris
, 52–55

Sathian
, 65

Sattar
, 72

Sattler
, 43–44, 63

Savage
, 3

Schalow
, 4

Schauberger
, 40–41

Scheerer
, 51–52

Schein
, 112–113

Schiefele
, 97–98, 129

Schneider
, 33, 35

Schrage
, 116–117

Schroeder
, 9

Schyns
, 64

Scott
, 22

Second-order learning
, 103–104

Seeing, sensation of
, 24–26

Sehlstedt
, 17

Seitz
, 114

Sejnowski
, 124

Self-efficacy
, 102

Self-forming learning system
, 92

Self-regulated learning path
, 98

Semrau
, 58–59

Senn
, 37

Sensation
, 1

conceptual framework of
, 69–70

of hearing
, 14–17

observations
, 30

psychophysics
, 14, 69, 72

of seeing
, 24–26

sensory system
, 13–14

of smell
, 19–22

of stimulus
, 14

of taste
, 22–24

of touching
, 17–19

Sensemaking
, 6–7, 11

Sensory cognition

learning environment and
, 107

psychophysics of
, 107–109

Sensory information
, 3

Sensory stimuli
, 11

Sensory systems
, 4, 6, 13–14, 43–44

constructed-quantum model
, 11

meta architecture of
, 29–30

psychophysics of
, 9–10

She
, 106

Shell
, 97–98

Shen
, 9, 64, 123

Shepard
, 100, 102–103, 130

Shiffrin
, 74–75, 83, 106

Shim
, 44

Sicard
, 39–40

Siddique
, 100–101

Sidhu
, 64

Signal detection
, 4

Simon
, 22, 42, 52, 108

Simpson
, 64

Simulations
, 84–85

Sinding
, 60, 114

Sine wave
, 15

Sirigu
, 58

Situated learning
, 98

Sixth-order learning
, 103–104

Skedung
, 38

Smale-Jacobse
, 100–102, 130

Smell

cognition
, 60

sensation of
, 19–22

Smell perception
, 39–41

adaptation
, 40–41

Smilkstein
, 10, 73, 91–92, 109, 121, 123, 127, 132

Smith
, 31, 44, 113–114

Social influences
, 114–115, 131

on cognition
, 108

Social learning
, 10

Socioeconomic environment
, 66–67, 131

Sokolosy
, 33–34

Solivan
, 13, 24–25, 31

Somatosensory system
, 56

Soto
, 4

Sound

cognition
, 52–53

perception of
, 32–37

Sound pressure level (SPL)
, 15

Soundwaves
, 15

Sousa
, 46

Spaggiari
, 42

Speech cognition
, 55

Speech perception
, 35–36

environmental influences
, 36–37

Spence
, 42, 62

Spinothalamic tract
, 18

Srinivasan
, 66

Steady-state segments
, 35–36

Steele
, 42, 66

Stephey
, 46, 66

Sternberg
, 116

Stevens
, 5, 32–33

Stevenson
, 42–43

Stimulus

content and structure
, 70

differences
, 109

resonation with
, 69–70

Stochastic resonance
, 36–37, 47

Stoll
, 37

Stuve
, 11–12, 100–103, 121–122

Subjective tones, perception of
, 34–35

Sun
, 39–40

Sundberg
, 75, 83

Sweller
, 74–75, 83, 106

Swieten
, 93–94, 103

Sympathetic vibration
, 13

Synesthesia
, 65

Tactile learning objects
, 84–85

Tactile sensory system
, 17–19

Takahashi
, 51–52

Takatsugu
, 47

Taljaard
, 69

Tamariz
, 130–131

Tamietto
, 92, 97

Tarr
, 51–52

Taste

cognition
, 61–62

sensation of
, 22–24

Taste perception
, 41–43

adaptation
, 42

holistic perception
, 42–43

Tatler
, 63

Teghtsoonian
, 9, 17–18

Tellier, Le
, 7, 127

Tempere
, 60

Teodorescu
, 66

Teppo
, 93–94, 129

Texture
, 38

Theory
, 84

Third-order learning
, 103–104

Thoresen
, 113–114, 118

Three-dimension(al)

form
, 46

learning
, 85–86

modeling
, 89

processing
, 79

Timbre

cognition
, 54

perception of
, 33–34

Tirabeni
, 11, 58–59, 99

Todd
, 42

Toiviainen
, 54, 66

Toledo
, 91, 105

Torosyan
, 6–7, 52, 54

Tosey
, 128, 130

Touch cognition
, 56–59

Touch perception
, 38–39

motion
, 39

texture
, 38

Touching, sensation of
, 17–19

Townsend
, 1, 5, 91–92, 106, 128

Transducers
, 74

Transduction
, 1, 28

Transformation
, 3, 118

Transformational learning
, 101, 118–119, 130–132

Treisman
, 2

Tremblay
, 58, 94–95, 104

Treviño
, 47

Tsai
, 94, 103–104

Tsushima
, 1–3

Tu
, 37

Tucker
, 131

Tucker-Drob
, 66

Tulviste
, 55–56

Turk-Browne
, 65, 94

Turner
, 80–82

Ueda
, 63–64

Umami
, 42

Uttal
, 13, 22, 26

Uzan
, 13, 25–26, 28

Vaina
, 69

Vallee-Tourangeau
, 66, 107–108

Valori
, 58

Van Doorn
, 118

Vansteenkiste
, 52, 109, 112, 114–115, 118, 131

Varnum
, 66, 108, 114, 131

Vaughan-Graham
, 4

Velzen
, 79

Vestibular system
, 11, 56–59

Visible light
, 25

Vision

cognition
, 62–65

perception
, 43–47

psychophysics of
, 25–26, 43–44

Visual acuity
, 44–45

Visual color
, 46–47

Visual cortex of brain
, 25

Visual depth perception
, 45

Visual flow
, 46

Visual motion perception
, 45–46

Visual perception
, 44

influence of time on
, 44

Visual sensory systems
, 26

Visual space perception
, 45

Visual stimulus
, 26

Wagemans
, 63, 109, 114

Wahl
, 60

Walkington
, 93, 101

Wallace
, 51, 57

Wang
, 37, 62

Ward
, 13, 15, 19, 28

Warren
, 46, 58–59

Waskom
, 52

Watanabe
, 1–3

Wavelength
, 25

Weber
, 39, 57–58

Weerden
, 64

Weis
, 9, 29

Weisberg
, 2

Westwood
, 4

Wetzel
, 9

White noise
, 36

Whitehead
, 31

Wilcox
, 46

Wilkinson
, 75–77, 117

Williams
, 91, 95, 105, 112–113

Windey
, 24–25, 45, 47

Winter
, 7, 10, 60

Wish
, 3–4

Wismath
, 78–79, 93, 101–102, 117

Wolf
, 39

Wollman
, 103

Word recognition
, 55

Wu
, 37, 106

Xiao
, 98

Xiaolong
, 4

Xiaopeng
, 54

Xu
, 37

Yamakou
, 37

Yang
, 21, 39–40, 64, 72

Yard
, 4, 14, 42–44, 62

Yata
, 75, 83

Ye
, 43–44, 63

Yoshioka
, 29, 57–58, 109, 112

Young
, 80–83

Ysseldyke
, 100

Yuce
, 93

Zackoff
, 75, 83

Zhang
, 7, 10, 35–36, 39–40, 51, 55–56, 64, 104–105

Zhao
, 37

Zirk-Sadowski
, 2

Zwicker
, 34

Zwislocki
, 14, 33