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Argues that the main point of disagreement in the debate over the nature of mental imagery concerns the following: (a) whether certain aspects of the way in which images are transformed should be attributed to intrinsic knowledge-independent properties of the medium in which images are...
Describes a computational theory of imagery that posits that visual mental images are transitory data structures that occur in an analog spatial medium. These "surface" representations are generated from more abstract "deep" representations in long-term memory and, once formed, can be operated...
People remember information from 2 basic sources: external (perceptual processes) and internal (processes such as reasoning, imagination, and thought). Of particular interest are the processes people use in deciding whether information initially had an external or an internal source, i.e.,...
Argues that the results discussed by L. R. Hartley are consistent with the composite model of E. C. Poulton . Continuous noise and articulatory suppression both appear to reduce proactive interference, presumably by masking the echoic storage of the words in working memory that are carried over...
Outlines a theory of action in which an action sequence is represented by a parent schema and numerous child schemas, in which several action schemas can be active at any one time, and in which each schema has a set of triggering conditions and an activation value. The path from intention to...
Contrary to E. C. Poulton , it is argued that there is no evidence of noise-induced masking of articulatory or acoustic encoding in memory and that there is no evidence that noise impairs performance by masking the sound of the Ss' responses in serial reaction performance. Accordingly, Poulton's...
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