The influence of mental imagery instructions and personality characteristics on reading experiences

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Description: Data and analysis scripts


It is well established that readers form mental images when reading a narrative. However, the consequences of mental imagery (i.e., the influence of mental imagery on the way people experience stories) is still unclear. Here we manipulated the amount of mental imagery that participants engaged in while reading short literary stories in two experiments. Participants received pre-reading instruction...


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