Imagery Assessment through Content Analysis
One of the most frustrating areas in imagery research is assessment. A wide variety of assessment approaches have been used, ranging from rating scales of one’s own imagery, to questionnaires about thinking habits, to spatial reasoning tests, to verbal memory tests, to psychophysiological measures. In general, the relationship of scores on these measures to outcome measures of imagery-based therapeutic procedures has been minimal or inconsistent.
KeywordsVerbal Report Response Information Response Detail Imaginal Activity Verbal Memory Test
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