Reaction times from shepard coopers study orientation

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Reaction Times from Shepard & Cooper’s Study Orientation of Test Stimulus (degrees from upright) Mean Reaction Time (milliseconds) 100 msec in advance 400 msec in advance 700 msec in advance 1000 msec in advance identity information only (no orientation cue) Letter/Orientation Cue Presented: 19
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Kosslyn’s Mental Map Study 20
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Results From Kosslyn’s Mental Map Study Distance Between Landmarks on Map (centimeters) Reaction Time (seconds) 21
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Mental Scanning Between Body Locations (Lakatos & Shepard) Air Nozzles 22
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Distance Between Cue and Target Location (cm) Reaction Times as a Function of Distance Between Body Locations in Body Scanning Study Reaction Time (msec) 23
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What is the Nature of a Mental Image? Is it a visual representation , or does its representation transcend any particular sensory modality (i.e., is it amodal )? Is a mental image like a low-level sensory image that can be inspected repeatedly (unlike actual sensory images, which fade within a few seconds), or does it have a more complex structure ?
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