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Mental Imagery as Revealed by Eye Movements and Spoken Predicates: A Test of Neurolinguistic Programming.
Elich, Matthew; And Others – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 1985
Tested Bandler and Grinder's proposal that eye movement direction and spoken predicates are indicative of sensory modality of imagery. Subjects reported images in the three modes, but no relation between imagery and eye movements or predicates was found. Visual images were most vivid and often reported. Most subjects rated themselves as visual,…
Descriptors: Auditory Perception, Eye Movements, Imagery, Kinesthetic Perception