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Concepts, Results, and Applications

Author: Eric Klinger
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1981.
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Nearly everyone performs this task by walking around the house in imagination while counting windows, or by walking through the house counting them from the inside. There is a temptation to point at  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Eric Klinger
ISBN: 9781468439748 146843974X
OCLC Number: 851756092
Description: 1 online resource (ix, 397 pages)
Contents: I. Concepts of Imagery.- The Central Place of Imagery in Human Functioning.- Imaginative Play as the Precursor of Adult Imagery and Fantasy.- Developmental Aspects of Mental Imagery: A Theory of Thematic Dissonance.- Life-Sustaining Systems and Consciousness.- A Philosophical Critique of Piaget's View of Images as Interiorized Actions.- Images, Propositions, and Natural Signs.- II. Measurement of Imagery.- Imagery Measurement in Clinical Settings: Matching the Method to the Question.- Imagery Assessment through Content Analysis.- III. Hypnosis and Imagery.- Hypnotic Responding: Automatic Dissociation or Situation-Relevant Cognizing?.- Vivid Fantasy and Hallucinatory Abilities in the Life Histories of Excellent Hypnotic Subjects ("Somnambules"): Preliminary Report with Female Subjects.- IV. Synaesthesia.- A Comparison of Synesthetes and Nonsynesthetes.- Chromesthetic Responses to the Music of G. F. Handel.- V. Imagery and Cognitive Processes.- Brain Hemisphericity and Response to the Imaginal Processes Inventory.- Imagery, Incubation, and Right Hemispheric Learning Style as Related to Divergent Thinking.- The Interactive Effects of Imagery Learning Strategy and Originality on Learning and Long-Term Retention.- Mental Imagery and Creativity.- Self-Consciousness as a Component and Correlate of Focusing Ability.- Mental Imagery: A Memory Aid for the Older Adult?.- Training Spatial Ability.- VI. Imagery and Clinical Treatment.- A Multiple Component Model of Clinical Imagery.- The Role of Mental Events in Behavior Therapy.- The Psychologist's Imagination and Sexual Imagery.- Using Death Imagery to Induce Proper Grieving: An Emotive-Reconstructive Approach.- Interpersonal Conflict and Mental Imagery.- The Application of Humorous Imagery Situations in Psychotherapy: Case Illustrations.- Covert Modeling in the Context of Storytelling: Observational Learning in Therapy with Children.- Kinetic Imagery in Movement Psychotherapy.- Bridging through Imagery: An Integration of the Selves through Art Therapy, a Visual Dialogue.- An Art Therapy Approach to the Drug Abuser, Correlating Behavioral, Narcissistic, and Laterality Theory.- Contributors.
Responsibility: edited by Eric Klinger.


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