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by Daniel Reisberg

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ISBN:
0805805567
Author:
Daniel Reisberg
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Psychology Press; 1 edition (January 1, 1992)
Pages:
286 pages
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Smith, D. Reisberg, M. Wilson, Subvocalization and Auditory Imagery: Interactions Between the Inner Ear and Inner Voice. MacKay, Constraints on Theories of Inner Speech. Smith, The Auditory Hallucinations of Schizophrenia. A. Baddeley, R. Logie, Auditory Imagery and Working Memory. Hubbard, K. Stoeckig, The Representation of Pitch in Musical Images. Pierce, The Climate of Auditory Imagery and Music.

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Auditory Imagery (Paperback). Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers. The study of mental imagery has been a central concern of modern psychology, but most of what we know concerns visual imagery.

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This book fills what had been a glaring hole in the literature. Perhaps because humans are so visual, mental imagery has been studied primarily in the visual modality. And we are musical creatures. Thus, it is no surprise that we have rich auditory and musical imagery, and the chapters in this book go a long way toward illuminating these abilities. Students of both imagery and perception would profit from reading this book.

Auditory imagery is a form of mental imagery that is used to organize and analyze sounds when there is no external auditory stimulus present

Auditory imagery is a form of mental imagery that is used to organize and analyze sounds when there is no external auditory stimulus present. This form of imagery is broken up into a couple of auditory modalities such as verbal imagery or musical imagery. This modality of mental imagery differs from other sensory images such as motor imagery or visual imagery. The vividness and detail of auditory imagery can vary from person-to-person depending on their background and condition of their brain.

This book provides a valuable resource for students in many areas: imagery, working memory, music, speech, auditory perception, schizophrenia, or deafness.

The study of mental imagery has been a central concern of modern psychology, but most of what we know concerns visual imagery. A number of researchers, however, have recently begun to explore auditory imagery; this foundation-level volume presents their work. The topics covered are diverse, a reflection of the fact that auditory imagery seems relevant to numerous research domains -- from the ordinary memory rehearsal of undergraduates to the delusional voices of schizophrenics, from music imagery to imagery for speech. The chapters also address the parallels (and contrasts) between visual and auditory imagery, the relations between "inner speech" and overt speech, and between the "inner ear" and actual hearing. This book provides a valuable resource for students in many areas: imagery, working memory, music, speech, auditory perception, schizophrenia, or deafness.