I ain’t afraid of no ghosts: People with mind-blindness not so easily spooked

Ghostly skeleton in the woods (stock image).Credit: © fergregory / stock.adobe.com People with aphantasia — that is, the inability to visualise mental images — are harder to spook with scary stories, a new UNSW Sydney study shows.advertisement The study, published today in Proceedings of the Royal Society B, tested how aphantasic people reacted to reading distressing […]

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