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The Doctrine of Equivalent Information
The Doctrine of Analogous Sensory Attributes
The Doctrine of Common Psychophysical Properties
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acoustical activity analogies appear arouse attributes auditory auditory system Baudelaire Bekesy bitter brightness cells cold colored hearing common sensible Conrad Aiken correlated cortex cross-modal matching dark different modalities different senses dimensions discrimination doctrine Doctrine of Equivalent duration energy example expression Figure function haptic high pitched increases intersensory intrinsic language light loudness low pitched magnitude meanings mediation nerve neural neurons noted objects odor perceived perception perhaps phenomenal physiological Poe's poem poet poetry principle processes produce properties proprioceptive psychological psychophysical receptor relation relationship representation resemble responses S. S. Stevens sensation sense modalities sensory correspondences sensory experience sensory intensity sensory qualities sensory systems shape sight similar skin smell sound frequency sound symbolism space spatial spatial summation speech stimulus intensity subjects suggest summation suprasensory sweet synesthesia synesthetic metaphor tactile tactual taste temporal theory tion tone touch unity verbal vision visual images visual perception vowels W. S. Merwin Weber's law words