What kind of mental images are spatial forms?

  title={What kind of mental images are spatial forms?},
  author={Mark C. Price},
  journal={Cognitive Processing},
Spatial forms are a salient, common, but poorly understood individual difference in the conscious representation of sequences such as numbers, days, months, or historical dates. For some people, thinking about members of one of these sequences is involuntarily accompanied by the additional visuo-spatial experience that the sequence member occupies a precise location in imaginal or peripersonal space. This location is in turn part of a spatially extended pattern which is usually unchanging over… CONTINUE READING
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