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VOLUME 6, 1982

No. 1, Spring

The nature and function of eidetic imagery, David Marks and Peter McKellar, with open peer commentary by A. Ahsen, R. Ashton, T.X. Barber, B. Bridgeman, B.R. Bugelski, A.T. Dolan, L.W. Doob, J. Drummond, B.L. Forisha, C. Furst, R.N. Haber, T. Hanna, T. Hatakeyama and T. Onizawa, K. Heinerth, E.R. Hilgard, D.H. Holding, I.M.L. Hunter, C.S. Jordan, G. Kaufmann, S. Krippner, R.S. McCully, K. Pribram, A. Richardson, B.C. Riggs, P. Roodin and E. Giray, T.R. Sarbin and J. Juhasz, P.W. Sheehan, H. Slochower, G. Smith, D.S. Solomon, B. Wallace, R.W. Wescott; Imagery-eliciting strategies and meaningful learning, Kathryn Lutz Alesandrini; The effect of bizarre imagery on memory as a function of delay: Reconfirmation of interaction effect, V. Alan Bergfeld, Lisa S. Choate, and Neal E.A. Kroll; Dual coding of pictorial stimuli by children, John K. Burton; Actual daydream content and the Imaginal Processes Inventory, Steven R. Gold and Ruth G. Gold; The effects of presentation mode, imagery ability and type of stimulus material on learning, Patricia Ann Hunter, David M. Moore and Terry M. Wildman; Mental images, appreciation of grammatical patterns, and creativity, Robert G. Kunzendorf; An investigation of sex differences in visual recognition and recall, Diane McGuinness and Lorraine McLaughlin; Principles of imagery in art and literature, Akhter Ahsen; Book Review, Educational psychology of the gifted

 

No. 2, Fall

Learning and imagery, B.R. Bugelski, with open peer commentary by A. Ahsen, J. Deese, H.J. Eysenck, R.N. Haber, G. Kaufmann, D.L. King, E. Klinger, R.S. Lockhart, L. McCullough, P. McKellar and D. Marks, A. Paivio, H.W. Reese, J. Reyher, A. Richardson, J. Wolpe; Imagery, ambiguity, emotional arousal and ongoing thought, Robert A. Zachary; Sex differences in actual daydream content, Ruth G. Gold and Steven R. Gold; Imagery and eye movements, Sara Cheney, Laurence Miller, and Rod Rees; Chess imagery in novice and master, James D. Milojkovic; Descent into Heller: Mythic imagery in Catch-22, Walter James Miller; Imagery in perceptual learning and clinical application, Akhter Ahsen; Book Review, Mindsplit: The psychology of multiple personality and the dissociated self

 

VOLUME 5, 1981

No. 1, Spring

Editorial, Akhter Ahsen; Imagery and imagination in American psychology, Ernest R. Hilgard, with open peer commentary by A. Ahsen, J.S. Antrobus, J.W. Brown, B.R. Bugelski, R.N. Haber, D.H. Holding, R.R. Holt, I.M.L. Hunter, J.F. Kihlstrom, P. McKellar, D. Marks, M.T. Orne and K.M. McConkey, K.H. Pribram, P.A. Roodin and E.F. Giray, B. Wallace; Types of relationship instantiated in verbal, visual and enactive imagery, Susan M. Aylwin; Patterns of creativity and mental imagery in men and women, Barbara L. Forisha; Recognition memory for movement patterns and their corresponding pictures, Craig Hall and Eric Buckolz; Therapeutic use of generative graphics — II: Application to family therapy, Marvin Karno, Joseph Brunon, Dean Ishiki and Georgia Wagniere; The functional significance of visual imagery in ideational fluency performance, Geir Kaufmann; Relative image-evoking ability of personalized and non-personalized sentences, Bruce A. Bracken; Müller-Lyer illusion induced by imagination, Kevin Berbaum and Chan Sup Chung; Counting daydreams, Steven R. Gold, Ruth G. Teague and Phyllis Jarvinen; The mapping of thoughts, emotions, sensations and images as responses to music, John W. Osborne; The employment of imagery to study social psychological phenomena, Neil J. Wollman; King Lear: Images of the self in old age, Hyman L. Muslin; Imagery approach in the treatment of learning disability, Akhter Ahsen; Book Review, The mythic image

 

No. 2, Fall

The power of visual perceiving, Ralph N. Haber, with open peer commentary by A. Ahsen, M.W. Dobson, S.M. Kosslyn, J. Wilkinson, R.D. Zakia; SCPC imagery technique for treatment of jet lag, Edith M. Jurka; Individual differences in imagery and autonomic control, Robert G. Kunzendorf; A developmental study of cognitive equivalence in the congenitally blind, Amanda Hall; The effects of suggestion and distraction on coping ideation and reported pain, Nicholas P. Spanos, Henderikus J. Stam, and Kevin Brazil; Individual differences in hypnagogic and hypnopompic imagery, J.T.E. Richardson, A. Mavromatis, T. Mindel, and A.C. Owens; A “light-switch phenomenon” in lucid dreams, Keith M.T. Hearne; Daydreaming, self-consciousness, and memory monitoring, Steven R. Gold and Bruce B. Henderson; Hypnotic state reports: Contextual variation and phenomenological criteria, Celine Wedemeyer and William C. Coe; Retrieval of abstract nouns as a function of mnemonic instructions and reading ability, Seong-Soo Lee and Peter Edwards; Organizational factors in a sequential visual integration task, Miguel Kazen-Saad and Keith E. Nelson; Verbalizer-Visualizer Questionnaire: Relationship with imagery and verbal-visual ability, John E. Edwards and Wallace Wilkins; Literature and vicarious experience: The imagination as trickster and midwife, Patrick H. Dust; Imagery in hemispheric asymmetries: Research and application, Akhter Ahsen; Book review, Image and mind

 

VOLUME 4, 1980

No. 1, Spring

Exploratory analyses of verbally stimulated imagery of the self, Desmond S. Cartwright; Fantasy as mirror: A preliminary analysis, John N. Kotre; A cognitive, reconstructive approach to the psychotherapeutic use of imagery, James K. Morrison and Michael S. Cometa; How analog can digital models be? A comment on Anderson’s “Arguments concerning representations of mental imagery,” David Navon; Concreteness, imagery, and semantic categorization, John T.E. Richardson; Daydreaming in a war environment, Yacov Rofe and Isaac Lewin; Creation of literary metaphors as stimulated by superimposed versus separated visual images, Albert Rothenberg and Robert S. Sobel; Individual differences in visual imagery ability and the retrieval of visual appearances, Judith A. Slee; Strategies for imagery research, Robert Sommer; Case History Section, Akhter Ahsen

 

No. 2, Fall

An alternative model to account for the Clark and Chase picture verification experiments, John R. Beech; Creativity, analogical thinking, and muscular metaphors, David M. Harrington; Self-generated images are more effective mnemonics, Donald G. Jamieson and Myron G. Schimpf; Hypnosis and imagery in the rehabilitation of a brain-damaged patient, Karen Johnson and Errol R. Korn; Eidetic-imagery group methods of assertion training, Charles S. Jordan, Mary Davis, Peter Kahn and Robert H. Sinnott; Mental rotation: Is it stage related?, N.H. Kerr, R. Corbitt and G.J. Jurkovic; An adaptation of the keyword method to children’s learning of foreign verbs, Gloria E. Miller, Joel R. Levin and Michael Pressley; Imagery, absorption, and hypnosis: A factorial study, Kenneth P. Monteiro, Hugh Macdonald and Ernest R. Hilgard; The intensive journal process: A method for integrating life’s experiences, LaRee D. Naviaux; Mental imagery and stimulus concreteness, John T.E. Richardson; The stuff hypnotic “dreams” are made of, Nicholas P. Spanos, Mary E. Nightingale, H. Lorraine Radtke, and Henderikus J. Stam; Vividness and control of imagery in personality types, A.B. Stricklin and M.L. Penk; The magic theater and the ordinary theater: A comparison, Jon Tolaas; Higher-imagery words and the readability of college history texts, William P. Wharton; Case History Section, Akhter Ahsen

 

VOLUME 3, 1979

No. 1 & 2, Spring/Fall

Editor’s note; Introversion-extraversion and mental imagery, Moira A. Gralton, Yvonne A. Hayes, and John T.E. Richardson; Cyclical processing: A framework for imagery research, Peter J. Hampson and Peter E. Morris; Creative imagery in blind and sighted adolescents, Roger A. Johnson; Physiological correlates of eidetic imagery and induced anxiety, Charles S. Jordan and Kenneth T. Lenington; Relationship between spontaneous imagery distortions and schizophrenic psychopathology, Richard I. Lanyon and Anne C. May; Eidetic imagery and cognitive abilities, Allan Paivio and Murray Cohen; Dream recall frequency and vividness of visual imagery, Alan Richardson; A possible function of lateral eye movements, Barbara A. Rosenberg; Images, language, emotions, and personality: Social behaviorism’s theory, Arthur W. Staats and Jeffrey M. Lohr; Adolescent daydreaming: The I.Q. effect, Philip L. Taylor and Mark Fulcomer; Case History Section, Akhter Ahsen

 

VOLUME 2, 1978

No. 1, Spring

Eidetics: Neural experiential growth potential for the treatment of accident traumas, debilitating stress conditions, and chronic emotional blocking, Akhter Ahsen; Incubation, imagery, and creativity, J.C. Gowan; Frontiers of creative imagination imagery, Joe Khatena; Image theory of conditioning, memory, forgetting, functional similarity, fusion, and dominance, Donald L. King; Successful grieving: Changing personal constructs through mental imagery, James K. Morrison; The representation and manipulation of three-dimensional space in mental images, Steven Pinker and Stephen M. Kosslyn; Subject, task, and tester variables associated with initial eye movement responses, Alan Richardson; Mental imagery and memory: Coding ability or coding preference?, John T. E. Richardson; The social psychology of hallucinations, Theodore R. Sarbin and Joseph B. Juhasz; Television and imaginative play, Dorothy G. Singer

 

No. 2, Fall

Imagery in verbal communication, Ian Begg, Douglas Upfold, and Terrance D. Wilton; The effects of imagery ability and contextual saliency on the semantic interpretation of verbal stimuli, Francis J. Di Vesta and Steven M. Ross; Imagery-based perceptual centering and decentering: Experimental effects and individual differences, Frank H. Farley and Arie Cohen; Mental imagery and creativity: Review and speculations, Barbara L. Forisha; The function of imaginative fantasy in sexual behavior, Kathryn Kelley and Donn Byrne; Reported absence of visual dream imagery in a normally sighted subject with Turner’s syndrome, Nancy H. Kerr, David Foulkes, and Gregory J. Jurkovic; Imagery facilitation and performance on the Creative Imagination Scale, Peter W. Sheehan, Kevin M. McConkey, and H.G. Law; Eidetics in the hospital setting and private practice: A report on eidetic therapy procedures employed with 69 patients, George E. Twente, II, Dwight Turner, and John Haney; Bizarreness effects in imagery as a function of processing level and delay, Shelley M. Weber and Philip H. Marshall; Some diagnostic and therapeutic implications of visual imagery reactivity (Brief Report), Alexander Yanovski and Max L. Fogel

 

VOLUME 1, 1977

No. 1, Spring

Mental images: Ghosts of sensations?, Anees A. Sheikh; Eidetics: An overview, Akhter Ahsen; Imagery and verbal behavior, B.R. Bugelski; Covert conditioning: Assumptions and procedures, Joseph R. Cautela; Imagery, comprehension, and mnemonics, Ian M.L. Hunter; Guided affective imagery: An account of its development, Hanscarl Leuner; Autonomy, imagery, and dissociation, Peter McKellar; Verbalizer-Visualizer: A cognitive style dimension, Alan Richardson; Imagination and make-believe play in early childhood: Some educational implications, Jerome L. Singer; Imagery assessment: A survey of self-report measures, K. White, P.W. Sheehan, and R. Ashton; The role of imagery in models of cognition, John C. Yuille and Michael J. Catchpole

 

No. 2, Fall

Imagery ability and cognition: A critical review, Carole H. Ernest; Eidetic and general image theory of primary image objects and identification processes, Anna T. Dolan; Toward a cognitive theory of mnemonic imagery, Hayne W. Reese; Visual imagery control: One dimension or four?, K.D. White and R. Ashton; Spontaneous visual imagery: Implications for psychoanalysis, psychopathology, and psychotherapy, Joseph Reyher; Imagery and consciousness: A theoretical review from an individual differences perspective, David Marks; The effects of stimulus invariance on daydreaming and divergent thinking, Richard J. Tushup and Marvin Zuckerman; Mental imagery: An indispensable psychological concept, O. Hobart Mowrer; The dream as metaphor: An information-processing and learning model, John S. Antrobus; Protosymbolic method: A phenomenological treatment of schizophrenic hallucinations, Garry F. Prouty; Imagery from the point of view of psychological aesthetics, the arts, and creativity, Martin S. Lindauer