The influence of verb tense on mental simulation during literary reading

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Introduction Readers, writers and scholars alike have long recognized that reading literary stories is often accompanied by the presence of mental images. When we read about the protagonist of a story, we often imagine his or her actions, perceptions, thoughts and feelings as if we were experiencing them ourselves. This process has been called mental simulation and, according to some researchers, ...


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