Weber-Fechner law

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(psychophysics) the concept that the magnitude of a subjective sensation increases proportional to the logarithm of the stimulus intensity

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The Weber-Fechner Law and Steven's Power Law, two psychophysics laws, as well as the IQX hypothesis are reviewed in Section 2.
According to the Weber-Fechner Law, if we randomly sample a statistically large number of responses, we will find that about 30.
So we can use Weber-Fechner law [Javorskij, D'etlaf 1979; Weber-Fechner law] to establish a connection between the resources spent and the intensity of a motivation factor:
Today, this principle, which also plays a role in the Weber-Fechner law (fundamental psycho-physical law, the living system's logarithmic response to a stimulus), belongs to the generally accepted knowledge of medical statistics.