Problem 5: Mental Images
A Coggle Diagram about Cognitive maps (Maps and Distance, The Spatial Framework Model Franklin Tversky , Rotation heuristic, Alignment heuristic, Situated Cognition and typically based on verbal description), Visual Imagery and Rotation, Propositional code approach: , Zooming in on mental images, Analog code approach (mental image resembles physical object , Criticism: People would need huge work space to store all the images and resembles perception), Neuroimaging (Peoples same/similar brain parts are activated when forming mental images as if you would perceive the actual simuli and leads people to rather support the analog position ), Dual Code Theory: Paivio (Analog code), Visual imagery and interference, Visual Imagery and Ambiguous Figures , Manipulation of Images, Visual Imagery and Shape, Visual Imagery/ Image Scanning, Name: Kim Laura Difflipp
Student number: 430061
Tutor: Nick Beligiannis and References:
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