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VOLUME 27, 2003

NO. 1 & 2, SPRING/SUMMER |IMAGERY AND IMAGINATION IN EDUCATION: WORKING WITH LEARNING ABILITY AND DISABILITY & ADD WITH CHILDREN AND ADULTS (Theme Issue; Judith Hochman)

Introduction.   1. Modernizing education reform: The eidetic stance, Hillel A. Schiller;  2. Drama-imagery processes as socialization: An interdisciplinary perspective, Gloria Count-van Manen;   3. Family life laboratory: The uses of creative-dramatic processes in university social science settings, Ralph C. Gomes and Gloria Count-van Manen;  4. Guided imagery and education: Theory, practice and experience, Susan M. Drake;   5. The impoverishment of human experience and eidetic imagination through the manipulation of language: The systematic destruction of language in Orwell’s 1984, Christopher A. Lucca and Jerry L. Jennings;  6. Ahsen’s image model of education, Judith Hochman;   7. Image as an educative psychotherapy model, Leslie J. Dagnall;  8. Reportage on a difficult journey, Akhter Ahsen.

 

NO. 3 & 4, FALL/WINTER| AKHTER AHSEN'S IMAGE AND MAZE: QUANTUM IMAGERY OF IMPLICATE–EXPLICATE ORDERS (Theme Issue; William G. Quill)

Preface. Part I.   1. Target article — Image and maze: Learning through imagery functions Akhter Ahsen;   2. Lead commentary — A critical assessment of Akhter Ahsen’s “Image and maze: Learning through imagery functions” from a postmodern, relativity perspective, William G. Quill;   3. Elaboration on “Image and maze” — Quantum image, Akhter Ahsen. Part II.  4. Response to commentaries — Via image and maze to implicate and explicate orders, William G. Quill. Part III.   5. Open peer commentary by Andrew Botterell, Eva T.H. Brann, Leslie J. Dagnall, Nasik Elahi, Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr., Robert E. Haskell, Judith Hochman, Robert G. Kunzendorf, Donald J. Levis, Bryan A. Castelda, and Adam R. Krantweiss, Tadhg MacIntyre and Aidan Moran, Stuart J. McKelvie, Charles McLafferty, Jr., Vickie R. Pierce, Jonathan D. Raskin, Paul A. Roodin and Laura H. Brown, Beverly Roskos-Ewoldsen and David R. Roskos-Ewoldsen, and Thomas B. Ward, Eric Schwitzgebel, Gudmund Smith, Katy Swafford, Benjamin Wallace, Joseph Weinbaum, Stephen C. Yanchar.

 

VOLUME 26, 2002

No. 1 & 2, SPRING/SUMMER

Mental imagery and embodied activity, Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr. and Eric A. Berg; Open peer commentary by Akhter Ahsen, John Annett, Alan Cienki, Herbert L. Colston, Karen Emmorey, Judith Hochman, Timothy Hubbard, Albert N. Katz, William G. Quill, Daniel L. Schwartz and Taylor Martin, Maxine Sheets-Johnstone. Response to commentaries — Finding the body in mental imagery, Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr. and Eric A. Berg. Ahsen’s triple code model of dynamic imagery and mindbody connection in contemporary psychology, Judith Hochman; Alvoeiro’s experimental work on Ahsen’s triple code model (ISM): Active mental practice approach, Leslie J. Dagnall

 

NO. 3 & 4, FALL/WINTER | MEMORY AND THE EIDETIC IN PHENOMENOLOGICAL CONTEXT AND FUNCTIONAL OPERATIONS (Theme Issue; Judith Hochman)

Foreword; Preface;   1. Origins;   2. Husserl, Eidos and two phenomenological psychology research models;   3. Eidos and intentionality in Ahsen’s Image Psychology;   4. Methodology in Image Psychology: The paradigm of New Structuralism;   5. Introspective operationalism: Unity and divisions in method and mind;  6. The blurred and the still wheel: A return to Ahsen’s methodology; Appendices A-J

 

VOLUME 25, 2001

No. 1 & 2, SPRING/SUMMER | IMAGERY AND THE INTERNET (Theme Issue; Akhter Ahsen)

Editorial: Imagery online, Akhter Ahsen;  1. The virtual mind — Stoking the fires of heaven: Computer, fax, telephone and internet in service of the image, Akhter Ahsen.  2. Imagery and the internet, Peter McKellar;  3. Commentaries on imagery and the internet, Alfredo Campos, Benjamin Wallace, Joseph Weinbaum;  4. Akhter Ahsen and the history of imagery theories: The saga of an internet search, Toni D. Nixon;  5. Psychotherapy online in 2001: For psychotherapists new to the internet, Betsy Marks Landau;  6. “Imagerie mentale”: A review of mental imagery in the French language on the world wide web, Oscar Hamel;  7. A basic online search on the eidetic with PsycINFO, MEDLINE and ERIC, Judith Hochman

 

No. 3 & 4, Fall/Winter

Imagery in sports, general performance and executive excellence, Akhter Ahsen; The effects of imagery and pleasantness on recalling brand names, Francis S. Bellezza, Margaret B. Apel and Mark H. Hatala; An assessment of the accuracy of two clinical imagery procedures to elicit in a non-patient population recall of a reportedly forgotten long-term memory: An exploratory study, Michael V. Kirch and Donald J. Levis; Electroretinographic after-effects of visual imaging: Individual differences in imagery vividness and reality testing, Robert G. Kunzendorf and Scott Hall; Mental simulation increases physical performance estimates but not physical performance, Joshua D. Landau, P. Andrew Leynes and Terry M. Libkuman; The factorial validity and reliability of the eyes-open version of the Vividness of Visual Imagery Questionnaire, Nicholas LeBoutillier and David F. Marks; Procedural variables and skill level influences on pre-performance mental practice efficacy, Rafer Lutz, Daniel M. Landers and Darwyn E. Linder; Imagery vividness, creativity and the visual arts, Robert G. Morrison and Benjamin Wallace; Imagery used in autobiographical recall in early and late blind adults, J.A. Ogden and K. Barker; Mental imagery increases representational momentum: Preliminary findings, Carl Senior, James Barnes and Anthony S. David

 

VOLUME 24, 2000

No. 1 & 2, Spring/Summer

Image and maze: Learning through imagery functions, Akhter Ahsen; The electrocortical correlates of daydreaming during vigilance tasks, Stephen Cunningham, Mark W. Scerbo and Frederick G. Freeman; Mental imagery: In what form and for what purpose is it utilized by counselor trainees?, Janis Davis and Chris Brown; Imagery effects in false recall and false recognition, Harvey H.C. Marmurek and Melinda E. Hamilton; An experimental study of the influences of magical ideation and sense of meaning on the attribution of telepathic experience, Adrian Parker; The availability and effectiveness of imaginal mediators in associative learning: Individual differences related to gender, age, and verbal ability, John T.E. Richardson; Imaging ability and eyewitness accuracy, Michelle L. Riske, Benjamin Wallace and Philip A. Allen; Influence of protagonists’ race and salience and participants’ imagery skill on recognition, inferences and perception, Daniel S.L. Roberts and Brenda E. MacDonald; Gender differences in dream recall, Michael Schredl; Reverse spelling, the VVIQ, and mental imagery, Jeffery J. Walczyk and Robert W. Taylor

 

No. 3 & 4, Fall/Winter | IMAGE & WORD IN AHSEN’S IMAGE PSYCHOLOGY (Theme Issue; Judith Hochman)

Preface;  1. Eidetic imagination, science and spirituality;  2. Strategic notions in mind experience;  3. Akhter Ahsen’s “The bronze serpent” [introductory remarks by Hochman; article by Akhter Ahsen];  4. Western linguistics: A comparative analysis;  5. The sacred tradition and Ahsen’s New Structuralism;  6. Essence and humanistic eidos

 

VOLUME 23, 1999

No. 1 & 2, Spring/Summer

Image and reality: Eidetic bridge to art, psychology and therapy, Akhter Ahsen; Imaginal discovery, working memory, and intelligence, Jacqueline Bichsel and Beverly Roskos-Ewoldsen; Effect of eyes open/closed and order of rating on VVIQ scores, Alfredo Campos, Antonio Lopez and Maria Angeles Gonzalez; A pictorial mnemonic numeric system for improving students’ factual memory, Yooyeun Hwang, Willy A. Renandya, Joel R. Levin, Mary E. Levin, Lynette D. Glasman and Russell N. Carney; Imagined movement and response programming, Masanobu Ito; Dream cognition and rapid eye movement sleep in the narcolepsy syndrome, Anthony Lequerica; The dynamic flow of imagery, its visual expression and impairment in psychopathology, Vija B. Lusebrink; Subjective, not cognitive psychology: The revolutionary theory of the twenty-first century, William G. Quill; Bizarre imagery and distinctiveness: Implications for the classroom, Dan E. Tess, Roger L. Hutchinson, James H. Treloar, and Charles M. Jenkins

 

No. 3 & 4, Fall/Winter | HOT AND COLD MENTAL IMAGERY: MIND OVER BODY ENCOUNTERS (Theme Issue; Akhter Ahsen)

Preface;  1. Meta-thermals, mind, and image;  2. Mental imagery and neurological pathways;  3. Hot and cold water image experiments;  4. Heat thermostats in imagery and perception;  5. The pure heat: When cold strikes cold;  6. Various temperatures, mixed and unmixed;  7. Thermodynamics of mythology;  8. The imaginative walk;  9. The ice circle;  10. The heart and longevity: Working with imagery potentials;  11. Seven layers of the father image;  12. Hologram and image cloning