• Definition for "fechner's law"
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fechner's law definition

  • noun:
    • (psychophysics) the idea that the magnitude of a subjective sensation increases proportional towards logarithm of this stimulation intensity; based on early work by E. H. Weber
    • (psychophysics) the style your magnitude of a subjective feeling increases proportional into the logarithm associated with stimulation intensity; centered on early work by E. H. Weber
    • (psychophysics) the concept your magnitude of a subjective feeling increases proportional on logarithm for the stimulus power; predicated on early work by E. H. Weber
    • (psychophysics) the idea that the magnitude of a subjective sensation increases proportional to your logarithm for the stimulation power; considering very early work by E. H. Weber
    • (psychophysics) the idea the magnitude of a subjective sensation increases proportional toward logarithm associated with stimulus power; predicated on very early work by E. H. Weber
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