Mental Imagery 2


Mental Imagery 2

Mental Imagery 2

Purpose: The goal of this assignment is to  start  thinking about your cognitive world. It is useful to consider new   perspectives and how they might affect our understanding of our   environment or ourselves. For this chapter, I want you to think about   how you use (or don’t use) mental Imagery in your every day life.

Task: The book has a section on “Individual   difference in mental imagery” (if you have the 9th edition, you may  need  to contact a friend who has the 10th to read this short section).  It  describes different cognitive styles when it comes to the way may execute a mental images. However, it also cautions you to not treat these as distinct categories, everybody can probably do a mixture of both styles.


  1. For paragraph 1 for this discussion, I want you to explain in your  own words what are the Visualizers vs Verbalizers which are the two  cognitive styles used in mental imagery. How does this  relate to or  support propositional codes and analog codes?
  2. For the second paragraph is for fun, what type of cognitive style  do you typically rely  on? Provide an example of where you used one  style, the other, or both?  Or think think of an example where you  struggled forming mental images.

Formatting: Short written response. Please write in   complete sentences. Minimum 2 paragraphs (1 per question), though it  can  be longer.  You can share resources or links that you find relevant  in  your response. You can even comment on other students’ ideas, but  it is  not required for this discussion.

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