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a mediocre power of visual imagery

front flyleaf (detail, 90º ccw, inverted)
The American Journal of Psychology 17 (1906)
Stanford copy, no date of digitization.

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“A person may have a mediocre power of visual imagery, measured by the definition and vividness of the pictures called up, and yet may think habitually in visual terms.”

ex Alma Bell and Loretta Muckenhoupt, their “Comparison of methods for the determination of ideational type,” in Minor studies from the psychological laboratory of Vassar College, communicated by M. F. Washburn, pp 121-126

25 November 2017

tags: least favorite word; “minor studies”
Alma Bell & Loretta Muckenhoupt (1906)