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Lecture Outline Issues: (a) Perception vs. imagery (b) Depictive vs. propositional code (c) Compromise theory 1. Perception and imagery 1.1. Depictive and propositional codes 1.2. Imagery phenomena: scanning, zooming, transforming 2. Theory of mental imagery 2.2. Compromise theory Propositional vs. Depictive Propositional The globe is on the desk ON (GLOBE, DESK) Depictive Propositional vs. Depictive Issue: Is the representation that underlies imagery propositional or depictive? Propositional: Depictive: George Washington has white hair wooden teeth has has thin lips Perform two tasks simultaneously, if they interfere then they must require the same mental system. Interference effects Auditory Detection Visual Detection Auditory imagery Visual imagery Interference Interference (None) (None) Kosslyn: Image Scanning Study this picture and try to remember details: Kosslyn: Image Scanning Now imagine the boat
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