Time matters! Implications from mentally imaged motor actions

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (2):208-209 (2002)
Abstract
Pylyshyn provides sound arguments against the dominant picture theory of mental imagery. However, we claim that mental imagery is intrinsically dynamic and that the very nature of mental imagery will not be uncovered by studying static pictures. Understanding mental imagery of motor actions reveals that any theory of mental imagery should start off with the temporal nature of real-life experiences.
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