Aphantasia Videos

Dive into videos exploring aphantasia, hyperphantasia, and the spectrum of imagination. Engage with interviews from leading thinkers and delve into the world of imagery extremes—no mind’s eye required.

Neuroscientist Mac Shine delves into the fascinating world of aphantasia—a condition he personally experiences—to challenge conventional views on perception, explore the neuroscience of imagination, and draw unexpected parallels between the cognitive functions of aphantasics and large language models like ChatGPT-4.
August 30, 2023
Discover how individuals with aphantasia engage in imaginative processes using language and how this experience differs from visualizers.
June 28, 2023
Discover the hidden differences that shape human behavior (aphantasia, synesthesia, inner speech) with professor Gary Lupyan, as he joins the Aphantasia Network to shed light on the fascinating world beyond what meets the eye.
May 19, 2023
Researcher Alexander Sulfaro answers the community’s questions about 'Why Don't We Hallucinate Our Mental Images' in this live Q&A. Hosted by Tom Ebeyer.
April 20, 2023
Have you ever wondered why mental images aren't as vivid as real images? What's the difference between imagining something and hallucinating it? Alexander Sulfaro joins Aphantasia Network to discuss this and more.
April 20, 2023
Recent research reveals that aphantasia, while not a mental disorder, can be a psychological stressor for some who newly discover they have it. Psychologist Merlin Monzel discussed these findings with the Aphantasia Network.
March 14, 2023
Aphantasia appears to overlap with this memory condition. Brian Levine joins the Founder of Aphantasia Network, Tom Ebeyer for a live Ask Me Anything event to answer questions on Aphantasia and SDAM.
December 14, 2022
Why might traditional therapy not work for aphantasics? Tom Ebeyer, Founder of the Aphantasia Network speaks with Cristina Crowe, a Canadian Registered Psychotherapist about Aphantasia.
December 5, 2022