In my article "Neurophysiological Uncertainty" on my website http://www.quantumdream.net, I introduce a classical neuronal analog to quantum uncertainty. Here I wish to explore the relative correspondence to the observer by quantum and nonquantum systems. In the quantum system, measurement is mediated by Planck's constant, h, and in the classical case (derived in my article) by neuronal action, Psi=1010h. Measurement of quanta is reciprocal to that of macroscopic objects in that the subjectivity of the one transposes with the objectivity of the other, from the perspective of the observer. In quantum observation, neurophysiology takes the role of a comparatively macroscopic system, while it takes the role of a comparatively microscopic system with observation of correspondent classical systems.