L8ImageryShort - Lecture Outline Issues(a Perception vs imagery(b Depictive vs propositional code(c Compromise theory 1 Perception and imagery 1.1

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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 2.1. Differences between imagery & perception 2.2. Compromise theory
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Propositional vs. Depictive Propositional The globe is on the desk ON (GLOBE, DESK) Depictive
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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
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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)
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Kosslyn: Image Scanning Study this picture and try to remember details:
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Kosslyn: Image Scanning Now imagine the boat Look at the front tip of the boat in your mind’s eye Does the boat have a motor?
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Kosslyn: Image Scanning
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Demand Characteristics? Perhaps subjects think you
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L8ImageryShort - Lecture Outline Issues(a Perception vs imagery(b Depictive vs propositional code(c Compromise theory 1 Perception and imagery 1.1

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