Mental imagery research at LUCS
By 9 - Published 3 October 2011
Often when reading a good book, part of the thrill are the environments that you create in your mind as the story unfoldes. This is an example of mental imagery; the ability that we have to see images before our inner eye. This ability comes in handy in problemsolving, for instance when you´re trying to fit your car into a parking lot.
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