Bibliographie générale

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  • Bent, N.A. (2006). Beyond vividness: Parental filters as moderators in mental imagery and measured anxiety level. Doctoral dissertation. New York: St John’s University. (University Microfilms International, No. TX6-383-894).
  • Bent, N.A.; Wick, E. (2006). Beyond vividness: Parental filters as moderators in mental imagery and measured anxiety level. Journal of Mental Imagery, 30(1&2), 21-38.
  • Caouette, L. (2013). Self-emergence in eidetic psychotherapy: A bridge to the existential-humanistic perspective. Open peer commentary target article. Journal of Mental Imagery. 37(1&2), 1-56.
  • Caouette, L. (2013). Self-emergence, embodiment, and presence in eidetic psychotherapy: Integrative bridges to the existential-humanistic perspective and beyond. Open peer commentary response. Journal of Mental Imagery. 37(1&2), 112-123.
  • Caouette, L. (2011). L’expérience d’émergence de soi dans le contexte de la psychothérapie eidétique: une recherche phénoménologique. Thèse de doctorat. Québec : Université Laval.
  • Caouette, L. (2011). Self-emergence experience in eidetic psychotherapy : A phenomenological inquiry. APA conference abstract. PsycEXTRA 658802011-001, Washington, août 2011.
  • Caouette, L. (2008). Experience of self-emergence in eidetic psychotherapy : A phenomenological inquiry. APA conference abstract. PsycEXTRA 520222008-001, Boston, août 2008.
  • Caouette, L., & Hochman, J. (2007). Mental image as a companion in Eidetic Psychotherapy. Journal of Mental Imagery, 31(3&4), 47-62.
  • Caouette, L., & Hochman, J. (2007). L’image mentale, une présence active en psychothérapie eidétique. Traduction de : Mental image as a companion in eidetic psychotherapy. Journal of Mental Imagery, 31(3&4), 47-62. Document non publié en français. Disponible à l’Institut canadien de l’image eidétique.
  • Dagnall, L. J. (2002). Alvoeiro’s experimental work on Ahsen’s triple code model (ISM): Active mental practice approach. Journal of Mental Imagery, 26(1&2), 139-173.
  • Dagnall, L.J. (2003). Imagery as an educative psychotherapy model. In J. Hochman (Ed)., Imagery and imagination in education: Working with learning hability and disability &ADD with children and adults. New York: Brandon House.
  • Dolan, A.T. (1977). Imagery treatment of phobias, anxiety states and other symptom complexes in Akhter Ahsen’s Image Psychology. New York: Brandon House.
  • Drake, S.M. (1996). Guided imagery and education : Theory, practice and experience. Journal of Mental Imagery, 20(1&2), 1-58.
  • Duval, L. (2006) : La formation d’image et le choix professionnel. Bulletin d’Orientaction vol.3 no2.  Disponible sur le site : http://www.orientaction.ca/bulletins/v3-n2/v3-n2a.html
  • Duval, L. (2006-2007) : Image formation and Career choice. Contact point Bulletin. Available at : http://www.contactpoint.ca/bulletins/v10-n3/v10-n3.html
  • Hamel, O. (2006). Exploration des images du Test des parents eidétiques : s’adresser au co-conscient pour retrouver les racines de son être et enrichir la conscience. Document non publié. Disponible par l’Institut canadien de l’image eidétique.
  • Hochman, J. (1994). The image psychology of Akhter Ahsen. An introduction. Journal of Mental Imagery, 18 (3&4), 1-118.
  • Hochman J. (1998). Memory and the eidetic: An integration. Doctoral dissertation.New York: Union Institute. (University Microfilms International, No. 98-34296).
  • Hochman J. (2000). Image and word in Ahsen’s Image Psychology. New York: Brandon House.
  • Hochman J. (2002a). Ahsen’s Triple Code Model of dynamic imagery and mindbody connection in contemporary psychology. Journal of Mental Imagery, 26(1&2), 111-138.
  • Hochman J. (2002b). Memory and the eidetic in phenomenological context and functional operational operations. New York: Brandon House.
  • Hochman, J. (2002c). La psychologie de l’image de Akhter Ahsen. Une introduction. Trad. de l’anglais par Hamel, O. et al. Document non publié. Disponible par l’Institut canadien de l’image eidétique.
  • Hochman J. (2003a). Ahsen’s Image Model of Education. Journal of Mental Imagery, 27(1&2), 150-194.
  • Hochman J. (2003b). Image and learning in psychological research, psychotherapy and education: A new dynamic story. Journal of Mental Imagery, 27(3&4), 177-187.
  • Hochman J. (2003c). Imagery and imagination in education: Working with learning ability and disability &ADD with children and adults. New York: Brandon House.
  • Hochman J. (2007) Brief Image Therapy. Ahsen’s 10-sessions Model. New York: Brandon House.
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  • Marks, D.F. (1973). Visual imagery differences in the recall of pictures. British Journal of Psychology, 64, 17-24.
  • Marks, D.F. (Ed.) (1986). Theories of image formation. New York: Brandon House.
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  • Mc Kelvie, S.J. (1995). The VVIQ as a psychometric test of individual differences in visual imagery vividness : A critical quantitative review and plea for direction. Journal of Mental Imager, 19, 1-106.
  • McKelvie, S.J. (1995). Vividness of visual imagery. Measurement, nature, function and dynamics. New York: Brandon House.
  • Mc Kelvie, S.J. (2000). Parental imagery vividness : Gender differences and relationships to emotional closeness. Genetic, Social and General Psychology Monographs, 126 (4), 373-400.
  • Nixon  T. (1997). New treatment of alcohol and drug abuse in Akhter Ahsen’s  Eidetic Image Therapy. New York: Brandon House.
  • Parker, L.J. (1998). Mythopoesis and the crisis of postmodernism. Toward integrating image and story. New York: Brandon House.
  • Pribram, K.H. (1971). Languages of the brain. Experimental paradoxes and principles in neuropsychology. New York: Brandon House.
  • Quill, G.W.(Ed) (2003). Akhter Ahsen’s image and maze. Quantum imagery of implicate-explicate orders. New York: Brandon House.
  • Roeckelein, J.E. (2004). Imagery in psychology. A reference guide. Westport:Praeger.
  • Richardson, A. (1983). Imagery: Definition and types. In A.A. Sheikh (Ed.), Imagery. Current theory, research, and application (pp. 3-42). New York: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Sheikh, A.A. (1978). Eidetic psychotherapy. In J.L. Singer,& K.S. Pope (Eds.), The power of human imagination: New methods in psychotherapy. New York: Plenum Press, 197-223.
  • Sheikh, A.A. (Ed.) (2002a). Handbook of therapeutic imagery techniques. New York: Baywood.
  • Sheikh, A.A. (Ed.) (2003). Healing images: The role of imagination in health. New York: Baywood.
  • Sheikh, A.A. et Sheikh, K.S. (2007). Healing with death imagery. Amityville, NY: Baywood.
  • Sheikh, A.A. & Jordan, C.S. (1983). Clinical use of mental imagery. In A.A. Sheikh (Ed.), Imagery. Current theory, research, and application (pp. 391-435). New York: John Wiley & Sons.
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  • Sheikh, A.A. & Schaffer, J.T. (1979). The potential of fantasy and imagination. New York: Brandon House.
  • Sussman, J.L. (2001). Images of desire. New York: Forge.
  • Sussman, J.L. (2003) Freedom from failure. New York: Brandon House.
  • Taktek, K. (2000). Stratégie pédagogique et apprentissage d’une tâche motrice chez des enfants de huit à dix ans. Thèse de doctorat. Montréal : Université du Québec à Montréal.
  • Taktek, K. (2004). The effect of mental imagery on the acquisition of motor skills and performance: A literature review with theoretical implications.  Journal of Mental Imagery, 28(1&2), 79-114.
  • Taktek, K. (2006). Mental representation: Fundamental principles and ontogenetic perspectives.  Journal of Mental Imagery, 30(1&2), 125-161.
  • Taktek, K. (2008). Psychopedagogy of learning theories: Issues, trends and applications in the field of education.  Journal of Mental Imagery, 32(3&4), 1-132.
  • Taktek, K., & Hochman, J. (2004). Ahsen’s Triple Code Model as a solution to some persistent problems within Adam’s closed loop theory and Schmidt’s motor schema theory. Journal of Mental Imagery, 28(1&2), 115-158.
  • Taktek, K., & Rigal, R. (2005). Stratégies pédagogiques et apprentissage d’une tâche motrice discrète chez des enfants de huit à dix ans. Revue des Sciences de l’Éducation, 31(3), 607-632
  • Taktek, K., Salmoni, A., Rigal, R. (2004). The effect of mental imagery on the learning and transfer of a discrete motor task by young children. Journal of Mental Imagery, 28(3&4), 87-120.
  • Taktek, K., Zinsser, N., & St-John, B. (2008). Visual versus kinesthetic mental imagery: Efficacy for the retention and transfer of a closed motor skill in young children. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62(3), 174-187.