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Lecture 14

PSYC 2660 Lecture 14: Lecture 14Premium

3 pages54 viewsWinter 2018

Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC 2660
Professor
Garry Martin
Lecture
14

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Chapter
8
-
Thinking
o
Types
of
thinking
Imagining
yourself
when
you
imagine
so
hard
that
it
feels
real
Self
talk
Telling
yourself
things
-
Thinking
as
imagery
and
sensaions
o
Condiioned
seeing
Bringing
some
physiological
acivity
associated
with
one
or
more
of
our
senses
under
the
control
of
a
previously
neutral
simulus
Ex)
when
you
smell
a
smell
that
you
smelt
in
Pakistan,
you
think
of
Pakistan
Procedure
for
condiioned
seeing
Page
102
Kinestheic
sensaions/propriocepive
feedback
Learning
to
be
responsive
to
Kinestheic
sensaions
is
apart
of
the
process
of
becoming
aware
of
our
body
posiions
and
movements
-
Learning
mental
rehearsal
o
Refers
to
the
process
of
imagining
and
feeling
oneself
performing
an
acivity
o
Can
involve
all
senses
that
are
typically
used
while
actually
performing
the
skill
that
is
being
mentally
rehearsed
o
Guidelines
for
teaching
mental
rehearsal
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