Comparison of Vivid and Unvivid Images in Consciousness Between the Pakistani and U.S. Students
09 Sep, 1990
02 Nov, 1991
31 Dec, 1991
AA-WVIQ (Ahsen's adapted version of the VVIQ) was administered on 22 male and 22 female post-graduate Punjab University students, age ranging from 19-30 years. The results revealed that the male students got 32% and the female students 20% dim scores when they kept figure of father in mind and, when they kept figure of mother in mind the nude students got 31% and the female students 17% dim scores. The findings of the present study were compared with Ahsen's earlier studies (1990, 1991) with St. John's University students, in New York and Lahore College for Women students in Pakistan. Differences among the results were discussed. Further cross-cultural studies were recommended on the relationship of vividness and unvividness imagery with a larger sample under different personal and social conditions.
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