William L. Thompson mainly focuses on Mental image, Cognition, Neuroscience, Visual cortex and Perception. The study of Mental image is intertwined with the study of Mental representation in a number of ways. His Cognition study often links to related topics such as Cognitive psychology.
His Cognitive psychology research includes themes of Creative visualization and Neuroimaging. As part of the same scientific family, William L. Thompson usually focuses on Visual cortex, concentrating on Audiology and intersecting with Cerebral blood flow and Psychiatry. His Perception study deals with Cortex intersecting with Information processing and Positron emission tomography.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mental image, Cognitive psychology, Neuroscience, Cognition and Auditory imagery. His Mental image research includes elements of Mental representation, Visual perception, Perception, Artificial intelligence and Visual cortex. He has included themes like Stimulus, Laterality, Audiology and Information processing in his Perception study.
The Cognitive psychology study combines topics in areas such as Creative visualization and Dissociation. His research in Cognition intersects with topics in Developmental psychology and Object. His studies deal with areas such as Long-term memory, Sulcus and Visual memory as well as Auditory imagery.
William L. Thompson mainly investigates Cognitive psychology, Mental image, Cognition, Perception and Auditory imagery. His Cognitive psychology study combines topics in areas such as Iconic memory, Visual short-term memory, Visual memory and Neuroscience. His Mental image research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Dissociation, Visual search, Mental representation and Communication.
As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Cognition, concentrating on Developmental psychology and frequently concerns with Stimulus, Spatial skills, Elementary cognitive task and Spatial transformation. His biological study deals with issues like Cognitive neuroscience, which deal with fields such as Cognitive test, Information processing, Personality and Correlation. William L. Thompson interconnects Creative visualization, Parietal lobe, Postcentral gyrus, N2pc and Long-term memory in the investigation of issues within Auditory imagery.
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Neural foundations of imagery.
Stephen M. Kosslyn;Giorgio Ganis;William L. Thompson.
Nature Reviews Neuroscience (2001)
The case for mental imagery
Stephen Michael Kosslyn;William L. Thompson;Giorgio Ganis.
Topographical representations of mental images in primary visual cortex
Kosslyn Sm;Thompson Wl;Kim Ij;Alpert Nm.
Changes in cortical activity during mental rotation. A mapping study using functional MRI.
M. S. Cohen;M. S. Cohen;S. M. Kosslyn;H. C. Breiter;G. J. DiGirolamo.
Brain areas underlying visual mental imagery and visual perception: an fMRI study.
Giorgio Ganis;William L Thompson;Stephen M Kosslyn.
Cognitive Brain Research (2004)
The role of area 17 in visual imagery: convergent evidence from PET and rTMS.
S. M. Kosslyn;A. Pascual-Leone;O. Felician;S. Camposano.
Visual mental imagery activates topographically organized visual cortex: Pet investigations
Stephen M. Kosslyn;Nathaniel M. Alpert;William L. Thompson;Vera Maljkovic.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (1993)
Regional cerebral blood flow during script-driven imagery in childhood sexual abuse-related PTSD: A PET investigation.
Lisa M. Shin;Richard J. McNally;Stephen M. Kosslyn;William L. Thompson.
American Journal of Psychiatry (1999)
Mental rotation of objects versus hands: Neural mechanisms revealed by positron emission tomography
Stephen M. Kosslyn;Gregory J. Digirolamo;William L. Thompson;Nathaniel M. Alpert.
Visual imagery and perception in posttraumatic stress disorder. A positron emission tomographic investigation
Lisa M. Shin;Stephen M. Kosslyn;Richard J. McNally;Nathaniel M. Alpert.
Archives of General Psychiatry (1997)
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