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Recent Investigations on Visual Imagery, with Special Reference to Hallucinations

  • T. H. Pear (a1)
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It is difficult to give this lecture as a whole, for it is in two halves, the first dealing with normal experimental psychology, the second with psycho-pathology. I have seen few writings which bridge the gap between these two aspects of imagery. It is because this gulf may be spanned in the future that I chose visual imagery as a subject related to the interests of this Association.

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(1) Die Eidetik und die Typologische Forschungsmethode, Leipzig, 1927.
(2) “Eidetic Images,” British Journal of Psychology, October, 1924.
(3) “The Nature of Images,” ibid., July, 1926.
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Recent Investigations on Visual Imagery, with Special Reference to Hallucinations

  • T. H. Pear (a1)
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