Special Issue #4: Perceptual-cognitive scaffolding via imagery

What is it that we learn when practicing via imagery?

Fourth position paper of our Special Issue on the neurocognitive mechanisms of imagery and learning via imagery: Imagined action leads to learning via perceptual-cognitive scaffolding. See here

Many thanks to Sarah Kraeutner, Martina Rieger and Shaun Boe for collaborating on this manuscript!

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