Neuropsychological data from an architect (PL518) who lost his ability for visual imagery following a bilateral posterior cerebral artery (PCA) stroke.
Index Tags: Perception
Writer and editor Robert Wood makes a compelling case for why authors need to know about aphantasia. Wood explains how the best writing advice deals with perception – the ability to understand how someone else will process your art.
Insights into the neural mechanisms that underlie visual imagery, how imagery can be objectively and reliably measured, and how it affects general cognition.
Patient MX reports losing the ability to generate visual images. MX experienced almost no imagery on standard questionnaires, yet performed normally on standard tests of perception, visual imagery and visual memory. These unexpected findings were explored using fMRI scanning.