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The role of visual imagery in the short-term retention of distance and location cues

Lynn Dale Housner

The role of visual imagery in the short-term retention of distance and location cues

by Lynn Dale Housner

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Short-term memory,
  • Motor learning

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Lynn Dale Housner
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvii, 101 leaves
    Number of Pages101
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14434152M


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Get this from a library. The role of visual imagery in the short-term retention of distance and location cues. [Lynn Dale Housner]. According to Kosslyn et al., visual mental imagery and visual short-term memory rely on a common ‘depictive representation’ system, such that visual mental imagery is disrupted by maintenance of perceptually similar items within visual short term memory (Borst, Ganis, Thompson, & Kosslyn, ).Cited by: This series of experiments concerns short-term retention of the position of a circle on a line (visual-location) and of the length of a motor movement without.

the memory retention test (i.e: individuals that believe they are visual learners will perform better on the visual test than those who do not). In addition, factors that negatively affect brain activity, such as starvation and stress should lead to a decrease in File Size: KB.

The positive association of pre-frontal and frontal lower beta and mid-beta ratios, Hz, and parietal lower beta-1, 12 Hz, from EO recordings with more consistent CVS and HRT were.

A) getting information into memory through the use of visual imagery. B) the organization of information into meaningful units. C) the unconscious encoding of incidental information.

D) the tendency to recall best the first item in a list. Start studying Themes & Variations: Chapter 7 (Memory). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Strategies designed to enhance memory through the use of either verbal cues or visual imagery to enrich encoding are termed Based on George Miller's research into the capacity of short-term memory, if.

In the remainder of the problems, the subjects were given the general instruction to report on their imagery during the solution process. However, during the interviews I frequently asked the subjects to elaborate on a point they had discussed, e.g., to provide information on the location of an image, or to direct their attention to some aspect of the solution process which they had not Cited by: 1.

Introduction. Mental imagery is the simulation or re-creation of perceptual experience (Kosslyn et al.,Pearson, ) across sensory imagery has been shown to play a key role in various psychological disorders, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) (Holmes, Grey, & Young, ), social phobia (Hackmann et al.,Hirsch et al., ), Cited by: The Vividness of Movement Imagery Questionnaire-Revised Version (VMIQ-2), previously used in PD, is a item questionnaire that assesses the vividness of 3 modes (i.e., external visual, internal visual, and kinesthetic) of movement imagery using 12 actions.

VAS ranging from 1 (“perfectly clear and as vivid as normal vision or feel of Cited by: 5.