Loss of visual imagery: Neuropsychological evidence in search for a theory

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (2):191-191 (2002)
Observations on patients who lost visual imagery after brain damage call into question the notion that the knowledge subserving visual imagery is “tacit.” Dissociations between deficient imagery and preserved recognition of objects suggest that imagery is exclusively based on explicit knowledge, whereas retrieval of “tacit” visual knowledge is bound to the presence of the object and the task of recognizing it.
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