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internal representation

term used by neurolinguistic programming to denote the way people use mental imagery (visual, auditory, or kinesthetic) to encode experience, the composite of which comprises their internal and external reality.

in·ter·nal rep·re·sen·ta·tion

(in-tĕr'năl rep'rĕ-zen-tā'shŭn)
Term used by neurolinguistic programmers to denote the way people use mental imagery (visual, auditory, or kinesthetic) to encode experience, the composite of which comprises their internal and external reality.
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Moreover, this design allowed us to investigate age-related differences in the role of vision (or visual guidance) during mental simulation in order to activate internal representations of balance tasks.
External representations are ways that teachers, based on their pedagogical content knowledge, introduce in their teaching acts to help students to acquire the necessary level of internal representation, or some refer to as abstraction [20].
These different internal representations are stored in a macrostructure that, according to Pinker (2009), aggregates a series of representations on different scales related to one another through landmarks.
One may hypothesize that for these students the process of adaptation to the numerical abstraction has achieved some endurance, and that numbers have become their internal representation of the material objects.
Classification and cognition: A cognitive model of concept learning with a flexible internal representation system.
One was to test the "representational mapping hypothesis": The greater the transparency of the mapping between physical materials and desired internal representations, the greater the learning of the desired internal representation.
Given a corpus of annotated user utterances, statistical algorithms calculate the internal representation of the transformation algorithms.
88) states that as a result of an internal representation of their bodies and parts, macaques "gradually come to mentally regard their hands and arms, and then their entire bodies, from a third-person perspective" Isn't that a good definition of self-awareness, one of the supposed differences between humans and other animals and between humans and machines?
The theoretical model proposes that faulty proprioceptive input disrupts the internal representation of the limb.
For an example, consider the internal representation of extremely small floating-point numbers on various platforms.

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