Multisensory Imagery

  • Simon Lacey
  • Rebecca Lawson

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Simon Lacey, Rebecca Lawson
    Pages 1-8
  3. Giorgio Ganis
    Pages 9-28
  4. Alberto Gallace
    Pages 29-50
  5. Timothy L. Hubbard
    Pages 51-76
  6. M. Bensafi, B. Tillmann, J. Poncelet, L. Przybylski, C. Rouby
    Pages 77-91
  7. Helen A. Anema, H. Chris Dijkerman
    Pages 93-113
  8. Chiara Renzi, Zaira Cattaneo, Tomaso Vecchi, Cesare Cornoldi
    Pages 115-130
  9. Jack M. Loomis, Roberta L. Klatzky, Nicholas A. Giudice
    Pages 131-155
  10. Charles Spence, Ophelia Deroy
    Pages 157-183
  11. Catherine Craver-Lemley, Adam Reeves
    Pages 185-206
  12. Simon Lacey, K. Sathian
    Pages 207-219
  13. Timothy L. Hubbard
    Pages 221-247
  14. Paolo Bartolomeo, Alexia Bourgeois, Clémence Bourlon, Raffaella Migliaccio
    Pages 249-269
  15. Simon Lacey, Rebecca Lawson
    Pages 271-282
  16. Giorgio Ganis, Haline E. Schendan
    Pages 283-298
  17. Jörn Munzert, Britta Lorey
    Pages 319-341
  18. Eva Kemps, Marika Tiggemann
    Pages 385-396
  19. Francine Malouin, Carol L. Richards
    Pages 397-419
  20. Rebecca Lawson, Simon Lacey
    Pages 421-428
  21. Back Matter
    Pages 429-435

About this book


Is a pear sweeter than a peach? Which of Mona Lisa’s hands is crossed over the other? What would the Moonlight Sonata sound like played by a brass band? Although these are questions that appeal to mental imagery in a variety of sensory modalities, mental imagery research has been dominated by visual imagery. With the emergence of a well-established multisensory research community, however, it is time to look at mental imagery in a wider sensory context. The first part of this book provides overviews of unisensory imagery in each sensory modality, including motor imagery, together with discussions of multisensory and cross-modal interactions, synesthesia, imagery in the blind and following brain damage, and methodological considerations. The second part reviews the application of mental imagery research in a range of settings including individual differences, skilled performance such as sports and surgical training, psychopathology and therapy, through to stroke rehabilitation. This combination of comprehensive coverage of the senses with reviews from both theoretical and applied perspectives not only complements the growing multisensory literature but also responds to recent calls for translational research in the multisensory field.

Editors and affiliations

  • Simon Lacey
    • 1
  • Rebecca Lawson
    • 2
  1. 1., Department of NeurologyEmory University School of MedicineATLANTAUSA
  2. 2., School of PsychologyUniversity of LiverpoolLiverpoolMontserrat

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