Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Sleep events among veterans with combat-related posttraumatic stress disorder. Although images often come into the mind unbidden, and sometimes it is hard to shake off unwanted imagery say, of the horrible accident that one cannot get out of ones mind in general one can conjure-up, manipulate, and dismiss images at will. Analýzy měření jsou tedy založeny v první řadě na předpokladu, že individuální odlišnosti v úrovni mentální imaginace, zjišťované metodou výpovědi probanda o představivosti self-reported mental imagery , korelují se subtesty divergentního myšlení, a druhým předpokladem je, že těsnější vztah se projeví, vezmeme-li v úvahu intervenující proměnné inteligenci, kognitivní styl aj. New York: Oxford University Press, Inc. The Role of Imagery in Cognition. This is a collaborative project with Dr.
Representing Reality: Discourse, Rhetoric and Social Construction. Nonetheless, visual and auditory mental images are reported as being the most frequently experienced by people ordinarily, in , and when participating in guided imagery, with visual images remaining the most extensively and documented in literature. Journal of Sports Science, 20: 137— 45. The movement recognition task assessed children's understanding that pivot position and the shape of a rotating object remain invariant throughout the movement. British Journal of Psychology 63 149-62.
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Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, Vol. However, it fails to look seriously beyond this context, and is rather unreliable on historical and empirical issues. Minor Descriptor: Advertising; Consumer Behavior; Films; Memory; Subliminal Stimulation; Television. Nevertheless, during this century it has come under strong challenge, and can no longer be regarded as uncontroversial. The utility of enactment to overcome the limitations of imagery was investigated in three experiments using a paper- and pencil-sketching task.
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Human Learning: Biology, Brain, and Neuroscience synthesizes findings across these levels and types of learning and memory investigation. The Debate About Mental Imagery. American Journal of Nursing, Vol. Mental Pictures and Cognitive Science. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, Vol.
The Neurological Basis of Mental Imagery: A Componential Analysis. However, a particular mental transformation, synthesis i. Unilateral Neglect, Representational Schema and Consciousness. Mental Images and Pictorial Properties. Scientific American 245 iii, March 76-83.
New York: North-Holland Jaynes, J. Multiple perspectives on discovery and creativity in mind and on paper R. Sinhgad e-Journal of Nursing, Vol. However, this is not an established convention, and using these terms exclusively throughout this entry would seriously complicate discussion of the views of those thinkers probably the vast majority who fail to disentangle these notions. British Journal of Psychology 90 567-585. These representations or processes are generally understood to be such that their presence or activity can but need not always be consciously experienced as imagery in our original sense.