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Psychophysical evidence for a triplex system of cutaneous mechanoreception.
3:4 1979 Dec pg 334-52
Research Support, U.S. Gov't, P.H.S.
Vibrotactile forward masking: psychophysical evidence for a triplex theory of cutaneous mechanoreception.
Paradoxes in tactile adaptation. Focus on "vibratory adaptation in cutaneous mechanoreceptive afferents" and "time-course of vibratory adaptation and recovery in cutaneous mechanoreceptive afferents".
Cutaneous mechanoreceptors of the hand: experimental studies and their implications for clinical testing of tactile sensation.
Temperature and criterion effects in a somatosensory subsystem: a neurophysiological and psychophysical study.
Psychophysics of vibrotactile stimulation.
Sensory funneling. I. Psychophysical observations of human subjects and responses of cutaneous mechanoreceptive afferents in the cat to patterned skin stimuli.
The effect of surface gradients on vibrotactile thresholds.
Factors affecting cutaneous mechanoreceptor response. II. Changes in mechanical properties of skin with repeated stimulation.
Factors affecting cutaneous mechanoreceptor response. I. Constant-force versus constant-displacement stimulation.
Vibrotactile frequency discrimination in human hairy skin.