06_Mental_Representation

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Unformatted text preview: alities (Segal & Fusella, 1970)   Image or no (visual or auditory)   Leads to decrease in performance on additional visual or auditory task   Functions   Planning ▪  E.g. imagining self doing something before actually do it   Problem ­solving   Memory ▪  For example….   Concrete   Abstract   Balloon   Wish   Unicorn   Color   Pinecone   Hope   Calendar   Honor   River   Ambience   Dandelion   Perseverance   Trumpet   Oligarchy 3   “Seeing with the mind’s eye”   In which hand does the Statue of Liberty hold the torch?   “Seeing with the mind’s eye”   In which hand does the Statue of Liberty hold the torch?   Necessary for many tasks   To understand some jokes  ­ “Corduroy pillows are making headlines”   How do you tie a shoe?   Is a collie’s head higher than the bottom of a horse’s tail? 4   Allan Paivio (1960s)   Two ways to represent concepts  ­ different codes   Mental image = analogical   Verbal representation = symbolic   C...
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