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p = .27, power = .20, [[??].sup.2.sub.p] = .006; Auditory imagery, F(1, 243) = 2.71, MSE = 1.02, p = .10, power = .38, [[??].sup.2.sub.p] = .01; Cutaneous imagery, F (1, 243) = 3.04, MSE = .91, p = .08, power = .41, [[??].sup.2.sub.p] = .01; Kinaesthetic imagery, F(1, 243) = 02, MSE = .98, p = .89, power = .05, [[??].sup.2.sub.p] = .001; Gustatory imagery, F(1, 243) = .55, MSE = .94, p = .46, power = .12, [[??].sup.2.sub.p] = .003; Olfactory imagery, F(1, 243) = .12, MSE = 1.13, p = .73, power = .06, [[??].sup.2.sub.p] = .001, and Organic imagery, F(1, 243) = .54, MSE = 1.10, p = .46, power = .11, [[??].sup.2.sub.p] = .003.
The relationship between the use of kinaesthetic imagery and different visual imagery perspectives.
The MIQ-R is an eight-item inventory that assesses an individual's ability to perform visual and kinaesthetic imagery. The MIQ-R has been found to have acceptable concurrent validity when correlated with its earlier version, the MIQ, with r-values of -.77, -.77 and -.87 for the visual sub-scale, kinaesthetic sub-scale, and overall score, respectively (Hall & Martin, 1997).
Although kinaesthetic imagery is commonly considered to be of importance in the formation of internal perspective images (Murphy & Jowdy, 1992), it may also be possible to experience kinaesthetic imagery with external visual imagery or without any visual imagery whatsoever.
The Movement Imagery Questionnaire (MIQ) (Hall & Pongrac, 1983), which assesses both visual and kinaesthetic imagery ability, was used to measure the movement imagery ability of each participant.