Movement and mental imagery : outlines of a motor theory of the complexer mental processes / by Margaret Floy Washburn .. Washburn, Margaret Floy, 1871-1939

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Washburn, Margaret Floy, 1871-1939
Movement, Psychology of; Psychophysiology; Thinking.
"Since psychology undertook to call itself a science, there has existed a strong desire to connect the facts of the mind with the facts of bodily movement. The excuse which the present essay would offer for its own existence is that while the facts of attention, perception, and emotion have had their relation to bodily movement fully discussed, there still remain many phenomena connected with the complexer life of the mind, the revival of past experiences and the construction of new thoughts and ideas, whose connection with motor processes has not been satisfactorily traced. This book seeks to connect movement, the ultimate facts of physical sciences, with the domain of mental imagery, the world of imaginary objects."--Introduction.
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