In search of occipital activation during visual mental imagery

@article{Kosslyn1994InSO,
  title={In search of occipital activation during visual mental imagery},
  author={Stephen M. Kosslyn and Kevin N. Ochsner},
  journal={Trends in Neurosciences},
  year={1994},
  volume={17},
  pages={290-292}
}
Visual mental imagery seems destined to remain a controversial topic. Unlike memory, language and motor control, imagery has no easily observable sequelae; it is a quintessential private event, and notoriously difficult to study. The study of imagery over the past 1 5 years has focused on the nature of the internal representations that produce the experience of 'seeing with the mind's eye '~-6 rather than on its relation to perception (although that topic has also been debated; for example, see… CONTINUE READING

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