Symmetries and Asymmetries Between Imagery and Perception
It is safe to say that, for most of us, our introspective experience is that mental imagery seems to closely mirror perception. Perhaps as a result, much of the work on imagery in the past decade has attempted to (1) explore how closely imagery and perception overlap or parallel each other and (2) develop some theoretical frameworks to explain the parallels.
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