visual imagery


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visual imagery

A mental concept of an object seen previously.
See: afterimage
See also: imagery
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However, the univariate analysis revealed no significant differences between women and men in the seven sensory modalities: Visual imagery, F(1, 243) = 1.
This data is then used to create and compare sublists of high tactile, auditory, and visual imagery words, and low-imagery words.
One of the most exciting examples of visual effects is Life of Pi, a film that pushed technology barriers to create very realistic visual imagery .
That great visual imagery, al- most certainly underrated as a contributor to a commercial's effectiveness, does contribute to an ad's success because it ren- ders the consumer journey seamless and more believable.
In particular as they graduate from one level to the next in their apprenticeship community of female relatives and peers, children may learn to employ their visual imagery and memory (without which they cannot recall what they observed previously), as well as their spatial and algebraic reasoning, with increasing sophistication (e.
These seem to be well-formed, coherent questions about the gross aspects of what many will take to be a kind of conscious experience, the experience of visual imagery.
Burton and Fogarty (2003) correlated the previously mentioned image rotation tests with the Betts' Questionnaire Upon Mental Imagery (Sheehan, 1967), and with the Vividness of Visual Imagery Questionnaire (VVIQ, Marks, 1973), and found that correlations ranged from .
Simply put, language that refers implicitly or explicitly to the act of seeing "prompts" visual imagery in readers, making imagery more likely as a response.
Pre/ post test Vividness of Visual Imagery Questionnaire (VVIQ) was administered.
One small sampling of his topics turns up borderline personality disorders and hallucinations, dimensions of visual imagery, hallucination in braille, inattentional deafness, obscuration, German judge Daniel Paul Schreber (1842-1911), and teleological hallucination.
The lights and psychedelic visual imagery ensured that guests left the place with eyes ' floydified'.

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