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Article

Eardley, Alison F. and Pring, Linda (2014) Sensory imagery in individuals who are blind and sighted: examining unimodal and multimodal forms. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 108 (4). p. 323. ISSN 0145-482X

Eardley, Alison F. and Pring, Linda (2011) Exploring the impact of sucking sweets on flavour imagery. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 23 (7). pp. 811-817. ISSN 2044-5911

Eardley, Alison F. and Pring, Linda (2007) Spatial processing, mental imagery, and creativity in individuals with and without sight. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 19 (1). pp. 37-58. ISSN 0954-1446

Eardley, Alison F. and Pring, Linda (2006) Remembering the past and imagining the future: A role for nonvisual imagery in the everyday cognition of blind and sighted people. Memory, 14 (8). pp. 925-936. ISSN 0965-8211

Eardley, Alison F. and Pring, Linda (2002) Imagining things you have never seen: imagery effects in individuals born totally blind. Proceedings of The British Psychological Society, 10 (2). p. 64. ISSN 1350-472X

Book Section

Eardley, Alison F. and Pring, Linda (2004) Creative discoveries in mental imagery: the role of spatial processing in individuals with and without sight. In: Touch, blindness and neuroscience. IUED, Madrid, Spain.

Pring, Linda and Eardley, Alison F. (2003) Cognitive styles and their implications for effective presentation of information for children with visual impairment. In: Art beyond sight: a resource guide to art, creativity, and visual impairment. AFB Press, New York, USA. ISBN 9780891288503

Conference or Workshop Item

Eardley, Alison F. and Pring, Linda (2005) Illuminating non-visual imagery: exploring the everyday use of sensory imagery in the blind and sighted. In: Xth European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition, 28 - 30 Jun 2005, St Andrews, Scotland.

Eardley, Alison F. and Pring, Linda (2002) Imagining things you’ve never seen: imagery effects in individuals born totally blind. In: Kitzinger Workshop, May 2002. (Submitted)

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