Electrical Activity of the Speech Musculature in Concrete Thinking
Proceeding from Pavlov’s theses concerning the unity and interconnection of the two signal systems—visual-concrete and speech [119: 476]—it may be assumed that they act jointly not only in the case of abstract, verbal thinking but also in the case of so-called objective, or concrete, thinking which operates directly with the material being perceived (usually of the visual, graphic type); the results of this type of thinking, too, can be expressed in a first signal, graphically perceived form.
KeywordsElectrical Activity Visual Search Speech Activity Galvanic Skin Response Matrix Problem
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