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Department
Psychology
Course
Psychology 3190F/G
Professor
Tony Vernon
Semester
Fall

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Imagery Visual (mental) imagery - Memory representation that preserves visual and spatial information - Visual Perception: a sensory impression in the presence of sensory input - Visual Imagery: a sensory impression in the absence of sensory input How do we create mental images? - Propositional, by Zenon Pylyshin - Mental images are created by the same mechanism that creates language (propositional mechanism) - Analogue, Stephen Kosslyn - Mental images and perceptual images both involve visual and spatial analogues of the stimulus Evidence for Mental Images: fMRI - Ganis et al. 2004 - Compare the brain area that are activated - 1) when a person observed perceptions of actual visual stimuli (p
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