auditory imagery


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auditory imagery

A mental image of sounds that can be recalled, as thunder or wind.
See also: imagery
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Some psychometric properties of the Spanish version of the Clarity of Auditory Imagery Scale.
Inner Reverberations: Verbal Auditory Imagery and Meaning-making in Literary Narrative." Journal of Literary Theory 7.1 (2013): 111-34.
They express themselves in the lively, direct, and imaginative idiom of Maori English, which is blended harmoniously with the auditory imagery used in evocations of the environment.
Of special interest are the treatments of examples of artwork in defining and explaining various forms of visual and auditory imagery. The author includes scholarly research from the disciplines of psychology, philosophy, medicine, music, linguistics, and visual arts to bring together theories and questions that will drive and nourish the continued search for understanding the human mind and humaneness.
It fails to provide an account of why mental imagery needs to be a conscious experience and considers motor imagery as if it occurs separately from other kinds of mental imagery such as visual and auditory imagery. As suggested by Klatzky (1994), it is difficult to draw a boundary between visual and motor aspects of imagery.
Visualization by ear: Auditory imagery for scientific visualization and virtual reality.
Her subject, therefore, is the early medieval interpretation of auditory imagery, both verbal and visual.