The perceptual nature of visual imagery
This study was concerned with visual imagery conceived - in general terms - as the mental event involved in the subjective experience of "seeing" absent objects. Most recent studies of visual imagery, in this sense, have been concerned with its usefulness, rather than with its nature. The present study departed from this purely functionalist stand- point and investigated a specific question concerning the nature of visual imagery- namely, the question of whether this subjectively...[Show more]
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