I will pay for the following article The Theory behind Mental Imagery and Visual Imagery. The work is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. The research paper will provide a critical analysis of these arguments.This paper looks at mental imagery in its aid in human cognition, looking at the principles behind it. The paper also explores the theory behind mental imagery and visual imagery which are always believed to be functioning as one. The article, therefore, looks into various general motivations behind the assumptions that mental image entertainment involves inspection of a picture-like object. The paper looks into the processing of information using depictive information and gives how these representations are brought by neural processes.The knowledge behind mental imagery playing a role in human reasoning can be traced back from the study carried by Sir Francis Galton during the 1880s.galton was involved in the survey of a huge group of people for their mental imagery use by use of his breakfast table visualizing test ( Foltner et al., 2006). Surprisingly, he discovered that most people disavowed experiencing any visual imagery and scientists applied generally imagery function in their thinking. However, such mentalistic concepts study soon felon difficult times under behaviorism. Mental imagery became the first to emerge into reputation when behaviorist ideology started losing grip on psychology. At the beginning of mental imagery rehabilitation, many experiments were carried out for an exploration of functions and forms of mental imagery during reasoning. The experiments prove that image scanning, rotation and examination were easy in the minds eye to judge shape, size and various visual features. There was also evidence of mental image examination projected onto scenes that are perceived showing various properties connected to visions. Such images may interfere with the perceptual tasks, an adaptation of visual motor and visual illusions .of the expected sort in case the imagined forms formed the exact stimulus part. This act convinced many individuals that mental images constituted many visual stimuli properties, and specifically that they had metrical spatial properties like inter-object distances and size.