Flicker fusion device; psychophysiological instrum
Flicker fusion device; psychophysiological instrument used to determine the frequency at which a subject perceives a rapidly flashing visual stimulus (such as a strobe light) fuse into a continuous percept; made in USA by the Lafayette Instrument Co., and used in the undergraduate laboratory, Department of Psychology, University of Staffordshire, 1990-1999.
- Psychology, Psychiatry & Anthropometry
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- flicker fusion apparatus
- Staffordshire University
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