Portland State University. Department of Psychology
Gerald D. Guthrie
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Psychology
Human information processing, Imagery (Psychology), Left and right (Psychology)
1 online resource (72 p.)
The present research is based on the theory that there are two major modes of consciousness, verbal and imaginal, which are controlled by the left and right hemispheres, respectively. This project was concerned with the relationship between these modes of consciousness and the measures employed in this study. The measures employed were an ongoing mentation report (OMR), a paired-associate learning (PAL) task, the Betts vividness of imagery questionnaire, the Gordon test of imagery control, and the visual imagery scale of Imaginal Processes Inventory (IPI). EEG and EOG measures were recorded during the OMR, and lateral eye movement was taken as an indication of activation in the cerebral hemisphere contralateral to the direction of eye movement.
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