Images and Information Processing
The unique role of images in information processing is to provide a counterpart to verbal processing. Images appear to be more intimately linked to the individual experience than the verbal labels naming these experiences. Images may be more directly expressed visually than verbally. The specific characteristics of imagery that enhance their effectiveness in therapy were pointed out previously.
KeywordsLeft Hemisphere Imagination Imagery Sensory Level Alpha Activity External Reality
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