ch4 - Chapter 04 MENTAL IMAGERY Perception-Based Knowledge...

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1 Chapter 04 MENTAL IMAGERY Perception-Based Knowledge Representations How information is processed once it has been perceived and has entered the cognitive system? It depends on the way information is represented in the system. Types of knowledge representation Mental imagery TYPES OF KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION Perception-based representations Mental representations that preserve much of the structure of the original perceptual experience. Meaning-based representations Mental representations that retain the gist of events and discard Mental representations that retain the gist of events and discard most of the detail. Chapter 5
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2 PERCEPTION-BASED REPRESENTATIONS How visual and verbal information is represented and processed in the absence of an external perceptual stimulus. perceptual imagery VERBAL AND VISUAL IMAGERY Dual-code theory (Paivio) There are separate representations for verbal and visual information Comparison of verbal vs. visual processing (Santa, 1977)
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3 VISUAL IMAGERY MENTAL ROTATION
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