Experiences in Visual Thinking
Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 1980 - Psychology - 183 pages
An experiential approach to the development of new thinking skills investigates the kinds of visual images that are the primary vehicles of visual thinking, materials, and environmental conditions conductive to visual thinking, and the significance of ide
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