Visual Mental Imagery
A Case Study in Interdisciplinary Research
This chapter begins with a discussion of how visual mental imagery has progressed from a time of introspective analysis alone to the examination of the brain circuitry that underlies it. This sets the stage for a discussion of the possible relevance of imagery research for health. Topics covered include mental simulation of aversive events, imagery and cognitive restructuring, and imagery and mind-body interactions.
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