The prevalence of aphantasia (imagery weakness) in the general population

  title={The prevalence of aphantasia (imagery weakness) in the general population},
  author={C. J. Dance and Alberta Ipser and Jools Simner},
  journal={Consciousness and Cognition},

Imagery agnosia and its phenomenology

It is argued that from a neuropsychological perspective this phenomenon is much more widespread, and should be categorized as imagery sensory agnosia, and after over twenty years of learning to play music phenomenology of auditory imagery agnosIA is described from the first-person perspective.

Language evolution is not limited to speech acquisition: a large study of language development in children with language deficits highlights the importance of the voluntary imagination component of language

Did the boy bite the cat or was it the other way around? When processing a sentence with several objects, one has to establish ‘who did what to whom’. When a sentence cannot be interpreted by