thoughts is a term which according to Külpe refers to the pure mental acts of, for example, judging and doubting, without those acts having any particular referents or images.
Imagery refers to the mental representation of things that are not currently being sensed by the sense organs.
flooding refers to a behavioral technique in which the client is immersed through imagination in the feared situation.
Imaginal scanning refers to a task in which a participant is asked to form a mental image and to scan over it from one point to another.
Imaginary audience refers to the belief that others around us are as concerned with our thoughts and behaviors as we are one aspect of adolescent egocentrism.
ideas into countless configurations. According to Aristotle, Imagination is the pondering of the images retained from past experiences.
model of AIDS-preventive behavior refers to a theory postulating that information, motivation, and behavioral skills guide individuals’ protective actions in the sexual domain