Well-illustrated practical treatment of the role of imagery in the thinking process; contains many illustrations, puzzles, experimens, and problems.
Comment by James Adams in "Conceptual Blockbusting"
This book not only goes deeply into imagery in a very effective and experiential way, but also contains generous discussion of conceptualisation, drawing, and general problem-solving. It is an excellently designed book with plenty of illustrations, puzzles, experiments, and problems. It is used as a text in an extremely popular undergraduate course at Stanford (Viz-Think in the local jargon) and is a convincing argument for the importance of visual thinking. It is fun to read and deceptively profound.