Is there "feedback" during visual imagery? Evidence from a specificity of practice paradigm.

@article{Krigolson2006IsT,
  title={Is there "feedback" during visual imagery? Evidence from a specificity of practice paradigm.},
  author={Olav E. Krigolson and Geraldine H Van Gyn and Luc Tremblay and Matthew Heath},
  journal={Canadian journal of experimental psychology = Revue canadienne de psychologie experimentale},
  year={2006},
  volume={60 1},
  pages={24-32}
}
The specificity of practice hypothesis predicts the development of a sensorimotor representation specific to the afferent feedback available during skill acquisition (Proteau, 1992; Proteau, Marteniuk, Girouard, & Dugas, 1987). In the present investigation, we used the specificity of practice hypothesis to test whether skill acquisition through visual imagery would lead to the development of a sensory-specific movement representation similar to one resulting from actual practice. To accomplish… CONTINUE READING

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