Visual Imagery. Imagery. Forming a picture in the mind without sensory input Mental imagery Visual imagery Paivio , Smyth and Yuille (1968 ) Subject studied word-pairs with each member varying in imagery High-High ( H-H ) High-Low ( H-L ) Low-High ( L-H ) Low-Low ( L-L )
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