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This is particularly important in the perceptual representation for the following reason. The mechanism in the brain that generates the spatial imagery of hallucinations, dreams, and mental imagery, is clearly capable not only of generating three-dimensional volumetric forms, but it is capable of translating, rotating, and scaling those volumetric forms, as is commonly seen in hallucinations, dreams, and mental imagery, and of course also in perception.
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