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" ... I am very rarely able to recall any object whatever with any sort of distinctness. Very occasionally an object or image will recall itself, but even then it is more like a generalised image than an individual one. "
Inquiries Into Human Faculty and Its Development - Page 93
by Sir Francis Galton - 1883 - 387 pages
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Mind, Volume 5

Philosophy - 1880
...whether they can reasonably be called images. They are incomparably less than those of dreams. 100. My powers are zero. To my consciousness there is almost...with objective visual impressions. I recollect the breakfast table, but do not see it. These quotations clearly show the great variety of natural powers...
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Scribner's Magazine, Volume 63

Robert Bridges, Alfred Dashiell, Harlan Logan - 1918
...objects with perfect ease and clearness. One distinguished subject replied to the interrogatory: " My powers are zero. To my consciousness there is almost no association with objective visual impressions. I recall the breakfast-table, but do not see it." Others had difficulty...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 10

Karl M. Dallenbach, Madison Bentley, Edwin Garrigues Boring, Margaret Floy Washburn - Psychology - 1899
...image than an individual one. I seem to be almost devoid of visualizing power as under control. Lowest. My powers are zero. To my consciousness there is almost...impressions. I recollect the table, but do not see it. Below is given the result of the self-classification of our seven subjects under the above divisions....
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 10

Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener - Psychology - 1899
...image than an individual one. I seem to be almost devoid of visualizing power as under control. Lowest. My powers are zero. To my consciousness there is almost...impressions. I recollect the table, but do not see it. Below is given the result of the self-classification of our seven subjects under the above divisions....
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Individual Psychology: As Study in Psychological Method ...

Stella Emily Sharp - Individuality - 1899 - 63 pages
...image than an individual one. I seem to be almost devoid of visualizing power as under control. Lowest. My powers are zero. To my consciousness there is almost...impressions. I recollect the table, but do not see it. Below is given the result of the self-classification of our seven subjects under the above divisions....
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Experimental Psychology: Students' manual. pt. 2. Instructor's manual

Edward Bradford Titchener - Psychophysiology - 1901
...an individual one. I seem to be almost destitute of visualising power as under control. Lowest. — My powers are zero. To my consciousness there is almost...impressions. I recollect the table, but do not see it. The Instructor should be on the look-out for special remarks bearing upon peculiarities of mental constitution....
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The Elements of Psychology

Edward Lee Thorndike - Psychology - 1905 - 351 pages
...an individual one. I seem to be almost destitute of visualising power as under control. Lowest. — My powers are zero. To my consciousness there is almost...impressions. I recollect the table, but do not see it. IN COLOUR REPRESENTATION Highest. — Perfectly distinct, bright and natural. First Suboctile. —...
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The Elements of Psychology

Edward Lee Thorndike - Psychology - 1905 - 351 pages
...an individual one. I seem to be almost destitute of visualising power as under control. Lowest.—My powers are zero. To my consciousness there is almost...impressions. I recollect the table, but do not see it. IN COLOUR REPRESENTATION Highest.—Perfectly distinct, bright and natural. First Suboctile.—White...
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The Elements of Phsychology

Edward Lee Thorndike - Psychology - 1905 - 351 pages
...an individual one. I seem to be almost destitute of visualising power as under control. Lowest.—My powers are zero. To my consciousness there is almost...impressions. I recollect the table, but do not see it. IN COLOUR REPRESENTATION Highest.—Perfectly distinct, bright and natural. First Suboctile.—White...
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The Mental and Physical Life of School Children

Peter Sandiford - Educational psychology - 1913 - 346 pages
...The memory possesses it, and the mind can at will roam over the whole, or study minutely any part." " My powers are zero. To my consciousness there is almost...impressions. I recollect the table, but do not see it." Galton thus shows that the powers of visual imagery have an exceedingly wide range and that in a few...
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