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    Default When you read something how does it transfer?

    like do you hear it in your head, do you visualize it, do you something else?

    me most of the time, I can feel the words going up my eyes, imprinting on my right frontal lobe, and being proccessed in which I use the data to make other connections. occasionally I'll hear it, but generally what I said happens

    as I've been reading more than usually lately, it feels like the front right side of my brain is larger and rounder than my front left side of my brain which feels like a deflated balloon
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    I can't synthesize moving images in my head for long. I have to summarize what happened without actually "seeing" it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nihilogen View Post
    I can't synthesize moving images in my head for long. I have to summarize what happened without actually "seeing" it.
    I don't visualize things either, I just feel it being transferred, their's a certain sensation i get
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    Either I have a mental folder of images from which I select stationary images and backgrounds as relates to what I'm reading to illustrate the concept, or I hear a person with an amusing accent speaking the words to me.

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    Hm... I think I say the words in my head, but now I'm focusing on it too much and I don't know what I normally do...
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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    Hm... I think I say the words in my head, but now I'm focusing on it too much and I don't know what I normally do...
    relax, move the thought to the back of your mind to where you don't notice it, read stuff, have epiphany, come back to thread, report
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    When I read fiction, I visualize what is happening as I read the text, usually to the point where I almost feel as if I am part of the narrative. When I'm reading nonfiction/textbook-like material, my mind draws on preexisting information on which I build upon as I am reading.

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    What functions are associated with reading in respective ways? Anyone?

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    I hear it, and see it happening in real time in my head.
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    I feel as if the words resonate within my head(read by what I assume to be the mental manifestation of my own voice,independent of what I perceive my physical voice to sound like) for a millisecond then my brain creates its/my interpretation in the form of (moving)images usually in line with the context presented,yet independent in it's nature as an idea.That is to say,I don't draw from anything in particular (aside from the text of course) when it comes to developing a mental picture in regards to reading.

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