The comparison of real experience mental imagery and vicarious experience mental imagery in silent reading in grade V
Martin, Clarice Bertha
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The purpose of this "study is to determine the relationship between mental imagery derived from real experience selections and mental imagery derived from vicarious experience selections. This study attempts to discover the mental imagery of the subjects tested through the component parts of mental imagery, visual, auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory, and gustatory imagery. The comparison is to be made between mental imagery derived from silent reading based upon a real experience background and mental imagery derived from silent reading based upon a vicarious experience background. By real experience is meant experience of a type frequently engaged in by schoolchildren. By vicarious experience is meant experience which in substance is unlikely to have been encountered directly or at all by the subjects of the experiment.
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