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Spatial imagery is imagery of spatial relationships. If I ask you to imagine the room in which you spend most of your time awake if you produce a picture of this in your mind it is spatial imagery, particularly if it is a three dimensional mental representation. This idea is related to that of cognitive maps,  cognitive control


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