Talk:Visual language

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Active imagination[edit]

From what I know of active imagination, this is incorrect. Active Imagination is a way of working with dreams, allowing them to unfold in all sensory channels, not only visual. There is a connection between visual language and active imagination, but it is tenous and they are not by any means the same.

This article had ben started and I thought was too important not to develop it. All comments welcome to improve it.

paula clare --Paula Clare 17:35, 1 April 2006 (UTC)

removed from article[edit]

I removed this bit just now as I found it incoherent. If someone later feels it's important and can rework it, here 'tis:

" to gather the mass of memory data: fleeting images or parts of images and sounds; into communicable language. " Figma 17:46, 16 August 2006 (UTC)

Wiki editing as Visual Language[edit]

If thought processes in composing written text is of interest to researchers in Visual Language, than differences between "unsaved" edit versions of a wiki article would provide voluminous data using a large site like Wikipedia. Would MediaWiki need to be further "instrumented" to allow these intra-edit changes to be logged. See Language_production#Speech_Errors and Speech_error.

-- anonymous former linguistic undergrad —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 24.17.151.250 (talk) 19:38, 5 May 2007 (UTC).

Copy-paste registration[edit]

  • This edit is copy/pasetd here from this article. -- Mdd (talk) 21:39, 18 October 2009 (UTC)