Topic: Motor Aphantasia

Motor aphantasia is a fascinating cognitive phenomenon where individuals are unable to mentally simulate physical movements. These resources delve deeper into the realm of movement-free imagination, exploring the experiences of those who cannot envision themselves performing actions, from walking to dancing. It serves as a platform for discussions, personal stories, and research on this lesser-known type of aphantasia. Discover how motor aphantasia impacts activities that typically rely on the mental rehearsal of movements, such as sports or dance, and understand its effects on daily life, learning, and physical coordination. These resources offer a glimpse into the lives of individuals navigating a world where imagined physical actions are absent, providing valuable insights into the diverse ways our minds can function and perceive. Join in to explore the intriguing aspects of motor aphantasia and its influence on the human experience of movement and imagination.

From guided imagery to imagined athletic practices, are aphantasics disadvantaged because they lack a mind’s eye?
My journey understanding the cognitive profiles of aphantasia and hyperphantasia started when I learned at age 30 that most of you have a superpower I don’t.
A case for studying mental imagery as a whole
on February 19, 2021
How do you describe aphantasia? Founder of Aphantasia Network often gets asked this question. His answer? Think of a horse.
September 30, 2019
There’s a wide range of ways we can have aphantasia. Some people have total aphantasia, no visual, auditory, olfactory, or motor imagery, and some of u...
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