Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: I Ain’t Afraid of No Ghosts: People With Mind-Blindness Not So Easily Spooked

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This shows models of halloween skeletons lit up with neon lightsHorror writers may have a hard time attracting those with aphantasia to read their spooky stories. A new study reveals those with aphantasia, a disorder marked by an inability to visualize mental imagery, have a hard time getting spooked by creepy stories. Findings suggest mental imagery may have a closer link to emotional processing and expression than previously believed.