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Note, however, that one can design tasks without this second requirement - that is, tasks requiring a change in reference frame, but tasks for which any of a number of changes will serve. The implication of our claim is that creative, unexpected 50 Daniel Reisberg & Robert Logie discoveries will be far more likely in tasks of this latter sort. ) Auditory Imagery and the Importance of Stimulus Support To return to our main agenda, we have now argued that learning from images is bounded, but that this boundary can be overcome.
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