This site examines the philosophical psychology of mental images. Philosophical psychology applies the insights of Descartes, Brentano, Locke, Aristotle, and other philosophers to contemporary psychological investigations into mental imagery.
Most of the documents on this site are introductory texts, although some prior knowledge of philosophy or psychology is helpful.
It is hoped that these texts will provide a useful starting point for anyone interested in the topic.
Some of the topics covered at this site:
The contemporary imagery debate: Kosslyn vs. Pylyshun (imagism vs. descriptivism)
Philosophical/psychological descriptions of the types of mental images (following the work of Alan Richardson)
How to experience mental images and measure yourself against others.
For an academic, research-oriented, linear approach, read the texts in sequence, starting with What are Mental Images (you may find it best to skip The Homunculus Problem and come back to it later).