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in stroke rehabilitation: A systematic review. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 8 (6), 842—852. Bunzeck, N., Wuestenberg, T., Lutz, K., Heinze, H.J., & Jancke, L. (2005). Scanning silence: Mental imagery of

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The mental rotation is a classical paradigm in cognitive psychology. Recent tests demonstrate that the linearity coefficient (r2) is an appropriate variable to show the cognitive appearance (cognitive strategy) of mental rotation. It is well documented that males perform better than females on object mental rotation. The present work is the first demonstration of a sex difference of cognitive strategy used during mental rotation. A linearity coefficient of females was higher than the coefficient of males. This result implies that females use a more active and powerful mental rotation strategy. This is very important from the viewpoint of some methodology. In the cognitive neuroscience there are various fMRI and MEG works which measure brain activity during mental rotation. However, beside the demonstration of mental rotation paradigm, it may be very important provide that subjects at whom occur actually the mental rotation during brain scanning. 

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In a recent article in this journal, Dos Santos, Enyart, Carlos Bouso, Pares, and Hallak ( 2018 ) report a case of ayahuasca use by a man with aphantasia, a condition characterized by reduced, or in this case, absence of visual mental imagery

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) Different mental imagery abilities result in different regional cerebral blood flow activation patters during cognitive task. Neuropsychologia, 30 , 6, 565-680. Different mental imagery abilities result in different regional

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Anderson, J. R. (1978) Arguments concerning representation for mental imagery. Psychological Review, 85 , 249-277. Arguments concerning representation for mental imagery. Psychological Review

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seen and imagined rotations of alphanumeric characters . Journal of Mental Imagery , 14 , 119 – 130 . 12. Lindsay , D. S. , Johnson , M. K. ( 1991 ): Recognition memory and source

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PIAGET, J., INHELDER, B. (1966/1971) Mental Imagery in the Child. Routledge & Kegan Paul, London Mental Imagery in the Child

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Hayes, S., Strosahl, K., Wilson, K. (1999) Acceptance and Commitment Therapy . Guilford Press, London Holmes, J., Hackmann, A. (2004) Special Edition of Memory: Mental Imagery and Memory in Psychopathology, 12

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reading ability . Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, , 35 , 345 – 367 . Cornoldi , C. , Fastame , M.C. , & Vecchi , T. ( 2003 ). Congenital blindness and spatial mental

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Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors: Zita Kőhegyi, Anett Freyler, and Ferenc Köteles

., & Reinschmidt, U. (1996). Evaluation eines Fragebogens zur Erfassung von Umweltbesorgnis. Zeitschrift für Gesundheitspsychologie , 4 (1), 22—36. Holmes, E.A., & Mathews, A. (2010). Mental imagery in emotion and emotional disorders

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