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[Imagination: its definition, purposes and neurobiology].

著者 Drubach D , Benarroch EE , Mateen FJ
Rev Neurol.2007 Sep 16-30 ; 45(6):353-8.
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Imagination, distinct from imagery, memory, and cognition, is a poorly understood but fascinating cognitive ability of human beings. Herein, imagination is defined as 'the cognitive process which enables the individual to manipulate intrinsically generated phenomenal information in order to create a representation perceived by the mind's senses.' This definition is expanded within the context of the neurobiology of the brain and the possible purposes the imagination fulfills in daily living, human development, and normal behavior.
PMID: 17899517 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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