Mental images and their transformations

Cover of: Mental images and their transformations | Roger N. Shepard

Published by MIT Press in Cambridge, Mass .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Imagery (Psychology),
  • Thought and thinking,
  • Imagination

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StatementRoger N. Shepard, Lynn A. Cooper, with chapters coauthored by J.E. Farrell ... [et al.].
ContributionsCooper, Lynn A.
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LC ClassificationsBF367 .S55 1982
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Paginationviii, 364 p. :
Number of Pages364
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4268246M
ISBN 100262192004
LC Control Number81014276

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The active manipulation and transformation of mental images occurs during many different aspects of everyday problem-solving and creative thinking (Pearson,Pearson et al., ). One of the most extensively researched types of image transformation is that of mental rotation, a paradigm first established by Shepard and Metzler ().

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In contrast to previous research, the axis of the orientation difference (OD) between a pair of objects was quite unconstrained by experimental design. Each stimulus pair differed in orientation by an angle of rotation up to. Philosophers and psychologists have debated whether or not mental images of ambiguous-figures are reversible as pictures of such figures are.

Previously, empirical evidence both pro (Finke, Pinker, & Farah, ) and con (Chambers & Reisberg, ) has been obtained. In a series of four experiments, we identify the conditions under which images of classic ambiguous figures like the duck/rabbit.

Book contents; Visual Information Processing much of the recent research on mental images and mental transformations with which we shall be concerned here can be viewed as a search for experimental paradigms that yield behavioral evidence to confirm and to elaborate the models for mental processes that are suggested by introspection.

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By creating mental images from the words on a page or screen, we tap into both the verbal and. A mental image or mental picture is an experience that, on most occasions, significantly resembles the experience of visually perceiving some object, event, or scene, but occurs when the relevant object, event, or scene is not actually present to the senses.

There are sometimes episodes, particularly on falling asleep (hypnagogic imagery) and waking up (hypnopompic), when the mental imagery. Assessment. In a mental rotation test, the participant compares two 3D objects (or letters), often rotated in some axis, and states if they are the same image or if they are mirror images (enantiomorphs).

Commonly, the test will have pairs of images each rotated a specific number of degrees (e.g. 0°, 60°, ° or °). A set number of pairs will be split between being the same image. Shepard, R. & Cooper, L. (), Mental images and their transformations, MIT Press/Bradford Books, Cambridge, MA.

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Analog Code: pictures in the head; similar mechanisms in the visual system are activated when objects or events are imagined as when they are the same objects or events are actively perceived (Finke,p.

Book Table of Contents. Chapter Contents. Prev page. Next page. Mental Imagery. Mental imagery can be defined as pictures in the mind or a visual repre­sentation in the absence of environ­mental input. This is not a universal talent; not everybody can conjure up mental images at will.

Children can also use their mental images of things to "play school" or to "play house." Even though children in the Preoperational Stage have gained new cognitive skills, Piaget suggests that their thinking is rather rigid, limited to one aspect of a situation at a time.

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in their work. We demonstrated that object visualization ability relates to specialization in visual art (Kozhevnikov, Blazhenkova, & Becker, ).Furthermore, the results from qualitative interviews with members of different professions (Blazhenkova & Kozhevnikov, submitted) demonstrate that the visualization processes and experiences of visual artists during solving their professional tasks.

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