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Visual Imagery Magazine Article



Fredericka Barnes

Dr. Paulette Pitt


Visual Imagery Magazine Article

Imagery is an idea that is articulated as a figurative language which represents

the action of an object of an idea. In the concept of imaging, ones conclusion would

formulate a visual representation of a person ideas imagery is an associated with a

person having a mental picture on the subject at hand. This paper will argue the pros

and cons of verbal communication and visual visualization. The paper will justify how

useful they are to the field of research as to how scholarly articles support such findings.

Contrast of Verbal and Visual Imagery

Considering Verbal and Imagery as dual coding considering verbal as the

language arrangement we use to communicate. Imagery co-exists in sound, pictures,

and nonverbal communication. Psychology deems verbal and visualization as everyday

necessary skills all individual has. This is the way our mind director memories as well as

processing information. Both oral and mental imagery care consider a system inside a

person's head when thinking of a word a person can carry out categories in

conversations. Seeing, through the mind of the eye the person can see pictures through

imagination, in relating to recalling their childhood memory. Language exists on the left

side of the brain, and composite visual imagery on the right side of the brain. The verbal

organization requires more thinking in several theoretical, liners factual and conscious.

Understanding that words are abstract about things that similarity words. Mental

imagery structure is more of a holistic, sensory, emotional, personal and make-believe.

Images are considered more thrilling which awaken senses the elements of the eyes

are impressed by what they see. Certain rudiments of the eye can perceive base off the

first reaction some individuals depend on verbal and imagery arrangement. As it relates

to the cognitive function, some individual visualizes concept first concluding their ideas.

Oral communication takes more thoughts to gathering information processing.

Photography formulates a visual processing information that allows a person to image

views that make the mind think and become creative at a faster pace.

Compares of Verbal and Visual Concept which is Most Effective

Visual imagery is seen every day it could be fictional and real-life imagery

advertisement from a book or magazine display imagery. We can obtain and receive

messages through a visual statement. Verbal languages are skilled through cognitive

development the used of words. There is an excellent advantage to both types of

communication some individual prefers visual aide as a fundamental learning tool

illustration increase excitement the location of ideas of immediacy release useful ideas

that are endless visual imagery creates simplicity, flexibility. Cognitive abilities (spatial

and verbal strength), and knowledge presentation endured examined. The findings

showed that cognitive style and learning outcomes were unconnected, Individual who

are learners predilection for visual supplies do not necessarily complete better with

optical learning materials. Kolloffel (2012.) Verbal involves greater thinking such as

telephone skills, motivating skills, gathering information among peer using spoken

communication working with oral.

Divergence with Research

Research believe that people have stronger development on cognitive skills

when he or she use verbal communication. They can think at a rate, rely on spoken

dialogue when need. Research confirms self- awareness in oral communication. The

components of intelligence are sharper and wiser. The ability to think and solve

problems efficient improve their changes of higher educational goals. Visual-spatial

cleverness, which reflects ones skill to process evidence about three-dimensional

families and manipulate substances in space. Research believe that visually adds

creative thinking while both styles approaches comprehend components. Visual-object

intellect, which replicates ones ability to develop evidence about the visual entrances of

objects and their illustrative possessions Blazhenkova, Kozhevnikov (2010)

Researchers believe that people should have sufficient support among different

dimension both optical and visual communication. The concept of understanding that

includes verbal skills both structures carry value because you learn to think and grow as

the person. As we learn we are critical thinkers in towards retain information and gather

existing information both elements are functioning powerful tools.



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performance with visual or verbal learning material. The University of Twente,

Faculty of Behavioral Sciences, Department of Instructional Technology.

Blazhenkova, Kozhevnikov (2010) Visual-object ability: A new dimension of non-verbal

intelligence National University of Singapore, Psychology Department, Singapore

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