Feeling and Hurting by Edward C. Carterette and Morton P. Friedman (Eds.) PDF

Feeling and Hurting by Edward C. Carterette and Morton P. Friedman (Eds.) PDF

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3 mm—just above the passive two-point limen for the pad of the index finger. Reading speeds of expert Braille users approximate those of a sighted person reading aloud. 9 mm (Meyers, Ethington, & Ashcroft, 1958). In the process of reading Braille the reader scans the line with the preferred finger. Attention to any difficulty is reflected by rapid oscillatory movements of the fingers over the letter. If, however, scanning move­ ments are prevented or the reader is allowed only to press a finger against a succession of characters, reading capacity is all but abolished.

Selected from Wilska (1954). 3 Two-point limen (mm) Touch sens. 9 34 DAN R. KENSHALO, SR. tween the contactor and the skin lowers the absolute vibratory threshold (Craig & Sherrick, 1969; Verrillo, 1962, 1966a). The absolute vibratory threshold for a 200-Hz stimulus differs by as much as 46 dB (almost 200-fold) from the most (finger tips) to the least (buttocks) sensitive body site, as shown in Table I (Wilska, 1954). Several conditions of stimulation have been shown to be without effect on measurements of vibrotactile sensitivity.

Journal of Clinical Investigation, 1937, 16, 517-524. (a) Oppel, T. , & Hardy, J. D. Studies in temperature sensation: II. The temperature changes responsible for the stimulation of the heat end organs. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 1937, 16, 525-531. (b) Rein, H. Über die Topographie der Warmempfindung. Zeitschrift für Biologie, 1925, 82, 513-535. Sherrick, C. E. Variables affecting sensitivity of the human skin to mechanical vibration. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1953, 45, 273-282.

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