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The Psychophysiology of Mental Imagery: Theory, Research and Application
Kunzendorf, Robert G., & Sheikh, Anees A. (Eds.).
|The editors are hopeful that this state-of-the-art survey of the psychophysiology of imagery will bridge the gaps between physiological and other psychologists, mentalists and cognitive scientists, and practitioners and researchers. It begins with two theoretical chapters, one on mind-brain identity theory and one devoted to "Psi-Mediated Emergent Interactionism and the Nature of Consciousness" by Charles Tart, a very important piece in a volume such as this. The second part consists of five chapters on research into neural activity and waking imagery, creative imagination, dream generation, hypnotic hallucinations, and schizophrenic hallucinations, respectively. The last section consists of three chapters on "Applications of Psychophysiological Methods and Principles: Mental and Physical Health," the last one being "Imagery, Psychoneuroimmunology, and the Psychology of Healing" by Howard Hall.|
|Publisher Information:||Amityville, NY: Baywood, 1990. 236p. Chap. bibl; 7 figs; 1 graph; Index: 229-233; 2 tables|
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