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Research Article Open Access
The study was designed to investigate the effect of Guided Imagery on the factors of vividness of visual imagery among Higher Secondary School students. Sample consists of 200 Higher Secondary School students. Tools chosen for the study were Vividness of visual Imagery questionnaire by David Marks (1973), Visual Information Processing ability questionnaire (Terry L. Childers et al) Visual Cognitive Style questionnaire by Revel and Norman, 1997) and Working memory scale by Dr. K. Saraladevi (2013). The means of the variables were recorded for pre test and post test. Statistical analyses were done on the different variable scores. It was found that guided visual imagery increase the level of vividness of visual imagery visual information processing ability, Visual Cognitive style and Working memory.