Symposium on Cutaneous Sensitivity, 11-13 February 1960
ARMY MEDICAL RESEARCH LAB FORT KNOX KY
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Contents Introduction Receptive Capacities of the Skin The Neural Coding of Somesthetic Sensation A Psychophysical Neurophysiological Comparison The Influence of Inhibition on the Sensation Pattern of the Skin and the Eye Some Subjective Magnitude Functions for Touch Discussion of the Preceding Four Papers Possibilities of Cutaneous Electro-Pulse Communication Some Coding Problems in the Design of a Cutaneous Communications Channel On the Potential of Tactual Displays An Interpretation of Recent Findings On Optimizing Cutaneous Communication A Respectful Supplement to Some Adventures in Tactile Literacy The Unfinished Chapter Comments on the Preceding Five Papers Observations Relating to Some Common Psychophysical Functions as Applied to the Skin Cutaneous Research Possibilities.
- Anatomy and Physiology