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Re: JND for tactile frequency

dear Ani,
the defining textbook answering all your questions (and several more) is the "Handbook of Human Vibration" by my estimated colleague Mike Griffin. 


The correct answer to your question (frequency jnd) depends on several factors (frequency, amplitude, which part of the body you are measuring, which probe, whole body vibration vs fingertip, sitting, standing, lying, etc)


On 23 October 2014 20:34, Patel, Aniruddh D. <a.patel@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Dear list,


Can anyone point me to papers which quantify the JND for frequency of silent vibrotactile stimulation?    Ideally the data would show JND as a function of frequency over a range of tactile stimulation frequencies.


Ani Patel



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