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VOLUME 36, 2012

No. 3 & 4, Fall/Winter

"A way to grow": An eidetic model of growth for intellectual disability, Akhtar Ali Syed; Multimedia learning in congenitally blind and normally sighted people: The role of haptics in the construction of spatial mental models, David Dulin and Coline Serrière; Reported vividness of visual imagery and apparent motion, Junichi Takahashi and Takao Hatakeyama; The 7th annual meeting of the Research in Imagery and Observation Group, 2012 - Introduction by Paul S. Holmes; Abstracts by Bruce D. Hale; Tadhg MacIntyre, Mark Campbell, Derek Dorris, Aidan P. Moran, Christian Collet, and Aymeric Guillot; Sheree McCormick, Joe Causer, and Paul S. Holmes; Christine S. Wilson, Dave Smith, Rachel Stockley, and Paul S. Holmes; Sjoerd de Vries, Marga Tepper, Anne Boonstra, Wya Feenstra, and Egbert Otten; Ciaran Kelly, Robert Vaughan, Tadhg MacIntyre, Aidan P. Moran, and Mark Campbell; Dan Jiang, Nichola Callow, Martin Gareth Edwards, and Paul Mullins; Stéphane Grade, Arnaud Badets, and Mauro Pesenti; Glenn Williams, Tadhg MacIntyre, Gavin Breslin, and Eric Wallace; Emily Suzanna Cross, Antonia Felicity de Courcy Hamilton, Nichola Rice Cohen, and Scott Thomas Grafton; Clément Letesson, Dana Samson, and Martin Gareth Edwards; Alastair Grills and Caroline J. Wakefield; Carys Evans, Martin Gareth Edwards, Lawrence John Taylor, and Magdalena Ietswaart


VOLUME 36, 2012

No. 1 & 2, Spring/Summer | OPEN PEER COMMENTARY (Theme Issue)

Target Article - A default hypothesis of the development of internal and external imagery perspectives, Tony Morris and Michael Spittle. Open Peer Commentary by Nichola Callow and Ross Roberts; Christian Collet and Aymeric Guillot; Peter R. Giacobbi, Jr.; Paul Holmes, Stuart J. McKelvie and Dany J. MacDonald; Aidan Moran and Tadhg MacIntyre; C.-J. Olsson; Dave Smith, Caroline J. Wakefield, and David J. Wright; John Sutton; Khaled Taktek; Danielle Tobin and Craig Hall. Response To Commentaries - Default or not default on imagery perspectives development, Tony Morris and Michael Spittle


VOLUME 35, 2011

No. 3 & 4, Fall/Winter

Mental imagery and embodied cognition: A multimodal approach, Tina Iachini; Open peer commentary by Anna M. Borghi, Yann Coello, Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr., Michael P. Kaschak, Michael Mayer, and Cassie Stutts, Marta Olivetti Belardinelli; Response to commentaries - Embodied mental imagery: Problems and perspectives, Tina Iachini. The image control and recognition task: A performance-based measure of imagery control, Lucy Irving, Richard Barry, Nicholas LeBoutillier, and David Westley; Can internal and external imagery perspectives be trained? Michael Spittle and Tony Morris


VOLUME 35, 2011

No. 1 & 2, Spring/Summer | New Directions in Imagery Research in Japan (Theme Issue)

New theories, findings, and methods in Japanese imagery research: An introduction, Shinsuke Hishitani; Some mechanisms responsible for the vividness of mental imagery: Suppressor, closer, and other functions, Shinsuke Hishitani, Takuya Miyazaki, and Hiroki Motoyama; Handedness differences in memory recall and image generation: A neuropsychological supra-modal activation model, Takeshi Hatta, Chie Hotta, and Shinji Kitagami; The role of outcome imagery in motor control, Fumihito Imai, and Shingo Matsumoto; Effects of positive body experience using the Dohsa method: Changes in the present and past self-image, Yoshitaka Konno; Imagery-induced dark adaptation: Psychophysical evidence, Kenji Hirose; Does mediation of visual mental imagery cause recruitment of the early visual system in haptic distance judgment?, Shinkichi Nishihara; ERP modulation during image generation and inspection, Keiko Yamazaki, Jun'ichi Katayama, and Harumitsu Murohashi; Research on eidetic imagery in Japan, Kazuo Matsuoka and Takao Hatakeyama


VOLUME 34, 2010

No. 1 & 2, Spring/Summer | The Eidetic Image: Past, Present, and Future (Theme Issue)

Editorial - The eidetic: An image whose time has come?, Judith Hochman; Articles by Akhter Ahsen – Eidetics: An overview; Case history section; ISM: The triple code model for imagery and psychophysiology; Unvividness paradox; The new structuralism: Images in dramatic interlock


No. 3 & 4, Fall/Winter

Disruption to aspects of imagery vividness following stroke, Louise M. Ewan, Nickolas C. Smith, and Paul S. Holmes; Does real physical ability affect judgments of imagined reach?, Carl Gabbard, Priscila Cacola, and Sunghan Lee; The role of affective imagery in changing negative attitudes, Namita Pande and Praveera Srivastava; Aura vision as a hallucinatory experience: Its relation to fantasy proneness, absorption, and other anomalous perceptual experiences, Alejandro Parra; Multisensory images for everyday products: How modality importance, stimulus congruence and emotional context affect image descriptions and modality vividness ratings, Hendrik N.J. Shifferstein and Michelle C. Hilscher


VOLUME 33, 2009

No. 1 & 2, Spring/Summer

Editorial: Blending tradition and innovation, Judith Hochman; Effect of the simultaneous versus successive presentation of lines on the vertical-horizontal and bisection illusions, Leonard Brosgole, Michelle Berg-Gonzalez, Eliyahu P. Reich, and Angela Wilkos; The efficacy of imagery strategies on long-term recall and recognition, Alfredo Campos, Rocío Gómez-Juncal, and María José Pérez-Fabello; Examining psychological constraints in estimating reach via motor imagery, Carl Gabbard, Priscila Caçola, and Alberto Cordova; Auditory Imagery Questionnaire: Its factorial structure, reliability, and validity, Shinsuke Hishitani; The metaphysics of imagery, Itai Ivtzan; Motor imagery: A multidimensional ability, Laura P. McAvinue and Ian H. Robertson; Does mental practice help in tactical relearning?, Daniel Memmert, Julian Schafer, and Jan Mayer


No. 3 & 4, Fall/Winter | MENTAL IMAGERY ABSTRACTS (Theme Issue)

Journal of Mental Imagery, 1990-2009 


VOLUME 32, 2008

No. 1 & 2, Spring/Summer | Autism: The Picture Approach (Theme Issue; Akhter Ahsen)

Preface;   1. Autism spectrum disorder;   2. Neurological potentials;   3. ARMIS: Autism Rainbow Model of Interactive Simulations;   4. The parental imagery connection: Autism in social context;   5. Eidetic Parents Test: Learning about who we are;   6. Crossing the line;   7. Michael: A child’s journey through autism;   8. Autism treatment for younger children;   9. Awe-Tism: An adult’s experience;   10. Autisma


No. 3 & 4, Fall/Winter | Psychopedagogy of Learning Theories: Issues, Trends and Applications in the Field of Education (Theme Issue; Khaled Taktek)

Foreword; Preface;  1. Learning: Conceptual analyses and fundamental attributes;  2. Classic behavioral theories of learning: Underlying processes and educational applications;  3. Cognitive theories of learning: Epistemological perspectives and pedagogical implications;  4. Interactive theories of learning: Educational implications of Bandura’s Social Learning Theory and Gagne’s conditions of learning;  5. Humanistic paradigms of learning: Pragmatic pedagogical relevance in academic settings;  6. Ahsen’s Image Psychology: A cutting-edge ecological learning theory pertaining to the field of education. References