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The Characteristics of Imagery Thinking in the Processes of Science-Gifted Students` Generating Analogy
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The Characteristics of Imagery Thinking in the Processes of Science-Gifted Students` Generating Analogy
Yang, Chan-Ho; Park, Won; Kim, You-Jung; Choi, Gil-Soon; Noh, Tae-Hee;
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 Abstract
In this study, we analyzed the characteristics of imagery thinking in the processes of generating analogy of seventh grade science-gifted students in terms of the information-processing of imagery. The analyses of the results revealed that science-gifted students` information-processing of imagery in the processes of generating analogy consisted of image generation, image operation, and image representation. The types of imagery used by science-gifted students were classified into perception imagery, memory imagery, and imagination imagery, and there were some differences in the patterns of information-processing of imagery. In the bases of these results, we suggested the information-processing model of imagery by the types of imagery used in generating analogy. The results of this study may provide useful implication to develop effective methods for a strategy of generating analogy emphasizing the interaction between analogy thinking and imagery thinking which promotes imagery thinking of science-gifted students.
 Keywords
Generating analogy;Imagery thinking;Information-processing of imagery;Science-gifted student;
 Language
Korean
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비유 생성 전략을 활용한 수업에서 과학영재의 언어적 상호작용과 비유 생성 패턴 분석,김유정;노태희;

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