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Imagery in a process perspective

Smith, Gudmund LU (2003) In Journal of Mental Imagery 27(3/4). p.241-245
Abstract
Since many of the data offered in his text, and many of his conclusions, give the indication of agreeing with what is more or less loosely termed process psychology, I would like to try my own hand at drawing a theoretical sketch of how images can be conceptualized within a theory of perception. The sketch agrees basically with what Quill, inspired by Whitehead, takes to be the requirements of a truly psycholgical theory: that the universe is ”understood in terms of individually percipient events occurring over space-time”.
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Journal of Mental Imagery
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Brandon House
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0364-5541
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  abstract     = {Since many of the data offered in his text, and many of his conclusions, give the indication of agreeing with what is more or less loosely termed process psychology, I would like to try my own hand at drawing a theoretical sketch of how images can be conceptualized within a theory of perception. The sketch agrees basically with what Quill, inspired by Whitehead, takes to be the requirements of a truly psycholgical theory: that the universe is ”understood in terms of individually percipient events occurring over space-time”.},
  author       = {Smith, Gudmund},
  issn         = {0364-5541},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3/4},
  pages        = {241--245},
  publisher    = {Brandon House},
  series       = {Journal of Mental Imagery},
  title        = {Imagery in a process perspective},
  volume       = {27},
  year         = {2003},
}