Visual imagery differences and eye movements in the recall of pictures *

@inproceedings{Marks2010VisualID,
  title={Visual imagery differences and eye movements in the recall of pictures *},
  author={David F. Marks},
  year={2010}
}
Groups of vivid and poor visualizers were given a picture memory task. and horizontal and vertical components of the electro-oculogram were recorded. This allowed a detailed investigation of each S's eye movements in the perception, imagery, and recall phases of the task. The vivid visualizers gave a higher accuracy of recalL Eye movement rate was lower in visual imagery than it was in perception. especially in the group of vivid visualizers. There was some evidence of scanning activity prior… CONTINUE READING

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